First Tenants Signed to Strip Mall

Retail center near the corner of Rawson and Howell has been vacant up until now.

The empty strip mall near the corner of Rawson and Howell avenues isn't empty any longer.

City records show Affiliated Health of Wisconsin and Hyatt Chiropractic took out occupancy permits for the multi-tenant building at 7001 S. Howell Ave. Signs outside the building confirm as much.

offers services in physical therapy and pain management. Services include massage therapy, orthopedic treatment, exercise programs, sports medicine and more for children and adults.

Dr. Daniel Hyatt of Hyatt Chiropractic has been practicing in the Oak Creek area since 1992, according to the business' website. The website is taking appointments for the new location.

Attempts to reach representatives for the businesses and the building's owner were unsuccessful.

The 13,000-square-foot building has room for up to nine tenants. .

Patriot September 14, 2012 at 01:14 PM
And they still want to build a town center off of Drexel? Hmmmmmmm makes ZERO sense to me!!! They can't even fill the 9 spots that have been vacant for some time now.
Resident of O.C. Paul September 14, 2012 at 02:40 PM
Patriot, I'm with you. I can't figure the city's logic. And all I get from their reasoning is that: This is their memorial to themselves and their time served in office. They want people that pass it or use it to think of the city administration that built it. Also, the money isn't theirs, so they'll spend it, forgetting that there will always be things needed to be done in the future...improvements to the infrastructure (roads, services, schools...)...more important than this memorial to them. We have a city hall, do we need a new one? No, I've been to the current one, and see nothing wrong with it that a little maintenance and sprucing up couldn't fix. We, the residents don't tear down our houses and build new ones when we get tired with the wall colors, rugs, exterior color, etc...or when something needs to be fixed (faucet, toilet, window pane, etc...), NO, we fix the broken stuff, redecorate, and repaint. Building new when nothing major is broke is a SENSELESS WASTE OF MONEY.
jake September 14, 2012 at 08:37 PM
No new businesses, just moving to new locataion of the month.. what about the empty space left behind???
Resident of O.C. Paul September 17, 2012 at 01:48 PM
Jake, the empty space being left behind after they move city hall is supposed to be used for a 9th grade only addition...I guess you could call it an addition to the high school, even though it will be a stand alone building...it was conceptualized after the sham of a deal between Wis Park/ We Energies, the city and the school district, to exchange the land at Oakwood and Howell for the former Delphi site at a fraction of what the land was really worth, then the city in turn exchanged the land that city hall currently resides to the school district for the former Delphi site, the school district and Wis Park/We Energies should have been the only ones involved in the deal, and the school district should have sold the land at Oakwood and Howell (if they wanted to sell it) for it's full value and bought the former Delphi site for it's full value. And if the citizens backed it, a new high school could have been built on the former Delphi site, instead of that town center with apartments or condos next to the railroad tracks...try filling those with the train traffic...
Kira Klamar September 21, 2012 at 02:08 AM
Right down the street from my gymnastics place, maybe that's good for the next time I hurt myself during practice.


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