Velp Avenue Corridor
The Velp Avenue Corridor in Green Bay, Wisconsin runs approximately two miles between Military Avenue and Mather Street on the west side of Green Bay. Also known as U.S. Highway 141, Velp Avenue is a main entry point from the northwest region of Green Bay into downtown. Geographic features have historically limited development intensity along Velp; much of the corridor is located in wetlands or the 100-year floodplain.
The corridor runs parallel to Interstate 43 and the CN Railroad line. As a result, Velp Avenue is dominated by industrial uses, including large parcels used as auto salvage and scrap yards. Other properties along Velp Avenue represent a wide variety of land uses, including single-family and multi-family residential, retail, the Fort Howard Cemetery, and natural areas.
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