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Lynn Holdings successfully completes sale of former Kmart property

Lynn Holdings successfully completes sale of former Kmart property

February 07, 2019

Posted By Tim Adamany

Local Portage developer Lynn Holdings announced today that they have successfully completed the sale of the former Kmart property located at 2935 New Pinery Road on the north side of Portage to an Illinois-based retailer that plans to open the entire 86,000 square foot building this summer with a farm, home, and outdoor sporting goods store.

Furniture store planned for former Portage Staples location

Furniture store planned for former Portage Staples location

February 07, 2019

Posted By Tim Adamany

Lynn Holdings will rent the former Staples store at 2830 New Pinery Road to a Rockford, Illinois, business that plans to turn the entire property into an outlet furniture store, offering a variety of household furnishings.

ALDI Opens Its Doors In Portage

ALDI Opens Its Doors In Portage

November 17, 2016

Posted By LynnHoldings Admin

Before an around-the-building line of customers enters Portage's new Aldi grocery store at 2941 New Pinery Road, employees and officials gather for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

 

Developers Richard Lynn and Tim Adamany hold the ribbon with Portage Mayor Rick Dodd and Floor manager Kennedy Angel.

ALDI store coming to Portage near old Kmart building

ALDI store coming to Portage near old Kmart building

March 17, 2016

Posted By LynnHoldings Admin

Portage will get an ALDI food store, pending city approvals.

 

The national grocer submitted significantly advanced plans to build a new store near the old Kmart location on the city’s north side. The old Kmart building, located at 2935 New Pinery Road, will remain.

Lynn Holdings takes hold of empty Kmart lot

Lynn Holdings takes hold of empty Kmart lot

July 17, 2015

Posted By LynnHoldings Admin

Work is underway to inject new life into the property that has been called “the old Kmart” for the better part of a year.

Local developer and Portage Common Council Alderman Richard Lynn got behind the controls of a bulldozer Friday morning in front of the property, now owned by the Lynn Holdings.