Bradley Village in the 4300 block of West Bradley Road is taking shape.
The commercial portion of the mixed-use development is further along than the residential component.
"We expect to finish the two commercial buildings at the end of this month," said Steve Sirkis of General Capital, the developer.
Snap Fitness and Bradley Village Barbershop have signed leases for 5,500 of the 16,000 total commercial square feet available.
Sirkis said he is talking with other prospective tenants and believes there will be service-oriented businesses and perhaps a restaurant or coffee shop in the remaining space.
Once the commercial buildings are opened, Sirkis hopes to begin demolition of at least part of the former Commerce Center. The barbershop remains in the east end of the old strip mall. The west end, home to Tri City National Bank and some professional offices, will remain open until those tenants are able to relocate sometime next year.
Sirkis said plans for the Bradley Village Condominiums are still on the drawing board, but he expects construction to begin next spring.
"We will start with eight flats and five townhouses," he said. "The first condos will be on the east side of the development and we will work west."
Prices for those units will start at $170,000.
Sirkis reports interest remains high in another General Capital project: a vacant 2.2-acre commercial property on the corner of North 60th Street and Brown Deer Road.
A freestanding bank is still a possibility for the corner, Sirkis said.
The opening of the Lowe's store just west of the property has helped put the corner on the map.
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