Our Heritage

At Greenfire, our tribal roots run deep.

The rich legacy of our Potawatomi ancestors inspires us, drives us, shapes the structures we build and guides the way we do business. Our heritage teaches us to treat our partners with respect, to listen carefully to their words and welcome their contributions. We’ve also learned the value of serving the needs of the community in which we live and work, as well as the interests of the neighborhoods surrounding the projects we create.

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Treat the earth well,
It was not given to you by your parents,
It was loaned to you by your children.

- Guiding Proverb

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Our Commitment to the Community

Greeneway development kicks off with infrastructure

Greeneway Infrastructure

The Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC), Sagewind Development, Potawatomi Business Development Corporation (PBDC) and Greenfire Management Services celebrated a groundbreaking on the Greeneway project in Kenosha County, a community-oriented, mixed-use development with integrated design features across 240 acres. Located on the site formerly occupied by the Dairyland Greyhound Park, the development will include multi-family residential, light industrial and commercial space and is planned to maintain and establish natural sites including woodlands, wetlands and prairies.

The FCPC purchased the Greeneway property in 2017 as part of its commitment to invest in and support growth throughout southeastern Wisconsin. The groundbreaking took place following a blessing of the property by Tribal elders and representatives and included local business and political leaders.

“Today marks a significant milestone in our history,” said Forest County Potawatomi Chairman James Crawford. “We are breaking ground on land the Potawatomi called home for hundreds of years, improving our current footprint in southeastern Wisconsin through substantial investment, while also honoring our past. This is the next step in fulfilling our ongoing and long-term commitment to Kenosha.”

Greenfire’s work on the Greeneway begins with developing new public infrastructure to deliver pad ready sites for development of commercial and multi-family residential uses.

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