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Pritzker Archives & Memorial Park Center Development Kicks Off in Somers, WI with Virtual Groundbreaking Video

Press Release10.22.20

SOMERS, WI (October 22, 2020) – The Pritzker Archives & Memorial Park Center (PAMPC) is pleased to officially kick off construction at its development in Somers, Wisconsin. PAMPC invites community members to visit its website to view an original...


TAWANI Property Development Reaches Key Milestone in Construction at 111 West Chestnut Street in Chicago’s Gold Coast

Press Release12.01.17

CHICAGO (December 1, 2017) — TAWANI Property Development, a full-service commercial and residential real estate company of TAWANI Enterprises, today announced that it has fully enclosed the outside at 111 West Chestnut Street in Chicago’s prestigious Gold Coast area. TAWANI Property Management is partnering with general contractor Berglund...


In The News

Pritzker Memorial Foundation springs surprise on Somers American Legion post

Kenosha News11.11.20

It wasn’t until Monday when the David Leet Post 522 learned of a surprise visit from the Pritzker Memorial Foundation on Tuesday.


Legion Post in Somers gets pre-Veterans Day surprise

Fox 611.11.20

One day before Veterans Day, Nov. 11, an American Legion Post in the Village and Town of Somers received an unexpected surprise.


Pritzker team invites Somers residents to raise an American flag on them

Kenosha News11.07.20

As a tribute to veterans, the Pritzker Archives & Memorial Park Center team invites residents of the Village of Somers to raise an American flag at home on Veterans Day on Wednesday.


Pritzker Archives & Memorial Park groundbreaking taking place virtually; available online Wednesday

Kenosha News10.22.20

Officials with the planned Pritzker Archives and Memorial Park Center in Somers have invited the public to a “virtual groundbreaking” as it begins construction at its 288-acre campus at I-94 and Highway E amid the COVID-19 pandemic.