Pizza, Panda Categorical and shelters topped 2022 Oshkosh enterprise information

Editor’s be aware: This story has been up to date with the right title for Rebecca Wesenberg, who’s the property supervisor for Rusch Properties.

OSHKOSH – There’s by no means any scarcity of enterprise information in Oshkosh, however new chains coming to the world and even the potential of flying electrical autos appeared to pique readers’ curiosity in 2022.

Probably the most-read tales this 12 months additionally, sadly, included the closing of standard companies — although not less than a dart bar has plans within the works to return beneath a brand new title and renovations in early 2023. Notably, efforts by two native nonprofits to seek out housing options for town’s homeless inhabitants additionally made the checklist.

Here’s a roundup of the native enterprise tales that acquired probably the most views in 2022, together with updates on these initiatives.

Three One Four Pizza's interior is shown in this Aug.  10, 2021, file photo at 803 Otter Ave.  The pizza restaurant's closing was the Oshkosh Northwestern's top business story of 2022.

There have to be loads of pizza followers in Oshkosh, as a result of the most-read enterprise story of the 12 months was the June closing of Three One 4 Pizza, a quaint California-style pizza restaurant at 803 Otter Ave.

Shortly after it closed, the French-Italian fusion restaurant Parm moved in.

That was short-lived, although, as proprietor Andy Saray has since discovered a brand new house for Parm within the former Pizza @ Hwy 21 house at 1652 Oshkosh Ave. He is planning to open in that house in January with a brand new menu and woodfire pizza oven.