Starbucks not being planned for former mini mart, owner says

Ozaukee Press Staff

The owner of the former Mid-City Quick Mart near Walmart in Saukville said this week that rumors that a Starbucks coffee shop is going in there are not true.

“They’re just that — rumors,” Ramkrishna Subedi said.

Subedi is the registered agent for Elm Grove-based Noby Saukville LLC, a company formed in May just prior to purchasing the property at 827 E. Green Bay Ave. from First Bank Financial for $365,000, according to the Ozaukee County Register of Deeds.

First Financial bought the foreclosed property in a sheriff’s auction for $760,000 in September 2018. At the time, the property was valued at $1.09 million. 

Subedi’s office address is listed as being in Brookfield. Subedi said he is a gas-station operator and a real estate investor.

Work recently done at the Saukville site mainly involved removing underground gasoline storage tanks, which Subedi said he was required to do.

Mobil and Citgo gas stations had operated there.

Subedi said he might sell the property, “but nothing is in concrete. There are a lot of possibilities of what can be done there.”

Saukville Village Administrator Dawn Wagner said the village has not received a zoning code review application for development on the site.

If an application is received, it must be reviewed and approved by the Plan Commission, she said.



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