Jeff Bollier, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Jeff Bollier

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Jeff:

You could have a say in when Chick-fil-A opens in the Green Bay area

The rumors are true, but details are lacking: Chick-fil-A is interested in opening in Green Bay. They just need you or you or you to be their franchise owner/operator. → Read More

Game on! Arcade bar in Appleton explores expansion in Green Bay

Appleton's popular Player 2 Arcade Bar has applied for a liquor license for the former Presidente Mexican Kitchen space on Washington Street in downtown Green Bay. → Read More

Developers want to turn heads with new Ashwaubenon office building that 'looks 100 years old'

Nifong Realty hopes to start construction by March on a new, four-story office building in the 2100 block of South Oneida Street. → Read More

Star Wars-inspired restaurant's owners want you to join the Cheesesteak Rebellion

Prepare to join the Cheesesteak Rebellion! Two longtime Green Bay restaurant workers will open their own restaurant on Feb. 5: A Star Wars-inspired cheesesteak, burger and soup restaurant on South Broadway. → Read More

Whitney School Lofts project preserves building's history, adds modern amenities

It has taken more than three years, but MKE View was able to show off its efforts to preserve Whitney School's history while converting it into 23 luxury apartments. → Read More

Public gathering space, private investment on Quigley's wish list for downtown De Pere

Definitely De Pere Executive Director Tina Quigley shares her wishes for improving downtown De Pere in 2020. → Read More

New Island Sushi in De Pere tries conveyor belt instead of sushi boats

Legends Brewhouse closed for the holidays, but the space won't stay empty for long. Alison Porter plans to open a new location there in mid-February. → Read More

Wish list: Shape the Shipyard, highlight housing, fill in the blanks On Broadway| Streetwise

On Broadway Executive Director Brian Johnson wants to shape the Shipyard, highlight housing and recruit tenants to vacant spaces in 2020. → Read More

Packers fans show up in the middle of the night to welcome team back after loss

Green Bay Packers fans showed up to welcome Packers players and staff back to Green Bay early Monday morning after Sunday night's loss to the San Francisco 49ers. → Read More

If Packers win, area Dick's Sporting Goods stores will reopen tonight with NFC champions gear available

The Green Bay Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers tonight in the NFC championship game with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. → Read More

Packers playoff parties provide a boost for grocery business in slow time of year

With the Green Bay Packers playing in San Francisco, grocery stores are gearing up for people planning Packers parties at home. → Read More

Military Avenue's wish list includes a food hall, more amenities, and new uses in vacant spaces

Leah Weycker, director of the Military Avenue Business Improvement District, is wishing for pickleball in the old Shopko building, a food hall for culinary entrepreneurs and more public amenities in her district. → Read More

Their device promises faster and more accurate concussion assessments. A venture fund started by the Green Bay Packers took notice.

Two sisters who grew up in Beaver Dam have secured an investment from TitletownTech. They have developed a device that could make diagnosing concussions as easy as a four-minute eye test. → Read More

You can live in Aaron Rodgers' neighborhood, if you've got a few million bucks to bid on this chateau

One of the most expensive homes in Brown County will be auctioned off to the highest bidder next month. An added perk: You'd be sort-of neighbors with Aaron Rodgers. → Read More

With prices soaring, Packers and Seahawks fans have a narrow window to find lodging before Sunday's playoff matchup

Just like hoteliers, short-term rental operators on sites like Airbnb, VRBO are gearing up for the Packers-Seahawks playoff matchup on Sunday. → Read More

2020 wish list: Downtown Green Bay turns focus toward Monroe Avenue, Whitney Park

Downtown Green Bay Inc. Executive Director Jeff Mirkes plans to spend 2020 focusing on Whitney Park, improving amenities and adding food-based events. → Read More

Whatever happens, retailers say the Jan. 12 Packers home playoff game is already a boost for business

Green Bay area retailers and Lambeau Field area businesses say a home playoff game is like a second Christmas to kick off a new year. → Read More

Green Bay in 2019: These eight business stories defined last year in Brown County

Shopko, Austin Straubel traffic, Hotel Northland, the Rail Yard district, new apartments and Titletown phase one were among the highlights in Brown County business during 2019. → Read More

Riverside roundup: Condo plans cancelled, new apartment building proposed in Allouez

In Allouez, a new, 86-unit apartment building on Riverside Drive is in the early planning stages while further south, a condominium project pitched for the Mariner Motel site is no more. → Read More

Bean dreaming: Green Bay friends turn love of coffee into roasting startup

At Howler Coffee Co., your beans will be roasted to order and delivered to your door by one of the people who roasted them. → Read More