FRANK PERCEY FUR & GUN HOUSE
This commercial vernacular masonry building was formerly the occupied by the Kitz Printing Company. The structure is a significant example of the early twentieth century commercial designs, which in Oshkosh consisted of simplified ornament often derived from Romanesque designs, overlaid on a more rectilinear facade, possibly derived from the Chicago School. Eric S Hoopman and Brian A Wagner invested in the property to create a revitalized commercial building with a design that divides the first floor into two distinct commercial spaces, the second and third floors are leased to DealerFire, a Wisconsin based technology and marketing company.
"The creation of 120+ new jobs that are proposed as part of the project are an important piece of Oshkosh's and the New North region's overall strategy to create jobs and raise per capita income levels." -Eric Hoopman