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Saukville's Pick 'n Save Sold for $6.6M

The company who formerly owned the grocery store sold the property on Dec. 21.

If you ever wondered how much the more than 6-acre property that houses the Saukville Pick 'n Save is worth — it's apparently $6.6 million.

That's the price Capital Equities LLC, a company related to Los Angeles-based Arnel Investment, paid for the Saukville store, 810 E. Green Bay Ave., according to BizJournals.com. The sale took place on Dec. 21; the property had not been listed for sale, but an "'acceptable' offer was proffered by a broker," the article said.

The Pick 'n Save sits in a corner of town where Walmart recently finished renovations including a full grocery store; Piggly Wiggly is also across the street.

Ken December 29, 2012 at 02:30 PM
I think that's a great idea. They should have built it by the Humane Society. I drive that way about three times a year, about as often as I will step foot in a Pick 'N Save thanks to their overpriced expired, rotting meats, fish & disgusting produce.
Greg Huegerich December 29, 2012 at 08:40 PM
Is it just the land with the store on it? Or did the get some of the land jus past the store? My understanding is there had been a ton of utility work done past the dead end by the store entrance, back when Walmart was considering a brand new store back there...
M. W. Schmidt December 30, 2012 at 02:01 PM
The store is changing ownership but is it staying open for business ?
Susie Ropiak January 02, 2013 at 05:58 PM
I love my Piggly Wiggly! Sad that my Guaranty Bank moved from the Pig over to PNS. Now the convenience part is gone. I still "Shop The Pig!" Nicer produce, meat, but have to stay away from the bakery dept........ New Year's resolution.
Bridgett Bartlein Drews January 02, 2013 at 06:35 PM
I agree! I love Pig & the people that work there. Plus I know where everything is so I can eliminate about 1/2 of the aisles. Which means a cheaper shopping trip. Pick n Save is way to expensive and the employee's don't seem very friendly

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