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Matt Lebenson of Wool Finance Partners has arranged $1.75 million in financing for property occupied by Valvoline Instant Oil Change.
Walker & Dunlop recently closed an $11.85 million loan for Summit Center Marketplace, a mixed-use property with retail, office and medical spaces in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.
The city of Wisconsin Rapids isn’t unlike other Midwest towns: This Wisconsin city once relied on busy paper mills for jobs. And when the businesses running those mills downsized, the city struggled to reinvent itself.
North Wells Capital, the investment management affiliate of Urban Innovations Ltd., has purchased 331 W. Wisconsin, a 428,652-square-foot mixed-use building in the heart of the Downtown West Milwaukee Business District.
Marcus & Millichap recently sold a 3,140-square-foot Burger King net-leased property in Walworth, Wisconsin.
The Dickman Company, Inc./CORFAC International closed a lease between the landlord GFG Chicago Industrial ML, LLC and tenant Dakonte Products Group Inc. for 8,734 square feet of industrial space at 6615 West Mill Road in Milwaukee.
The Barry Company recently closed the sale of a 13,000-square-foot industrial facility in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
The Dickman Company, Inc./CORFAC International completed a lease between the landlord Waukesha Northview, LLC and Kirby Built Products LLC, the tenant. Kirby Built will be occupying 116,176 square feet of industrial/office space at 901 Northview Road in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
The Dickman Company, Inc./CORFAC International recently completed the a sale of a 14,800-square-foot industrial building at 3012-3014 S. Sylvania Ave. in Sturtevant, Wisconsin.
Modern Healthcare's 38th annual Construction and Design Survey ranked Milwaukee-based Hammes Company as the country's leading healthcare developer in 2017.
It's a winning combination for Wisconsin -- candy and jobs. Candymaker Haribo, based in Germany, plans to build a manufacturing plant in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. In making this announcement, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said that the new facility will generate as many as 400 jobs.
Another major retailer announced that it is closing stores across the country. This time it's outdoors retailer Gander Mountain, which has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and will close 32 of its 162 stores.
Two of the biggest construction projects in Milwaukee’s history are now underway at the same time. To little surprise, this is providing a boost to the city’s economy and commercial real estate market.
The Dickman Company, Inc./CORFAC International recently completed the sale of a 6,000-square-foot industrial building at 5127 N. 125th St. in Butler, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee-based architecture and interior design firm Plunkett Raysich Architects promoted Jason Puestow and Larry Schneider to partner.
Southfield, Michigan-based Farbman Group's Chase Tower parking garage at 525 N. Water St. in downtown Milwaukee has undergone a multi-million-dollar revitalization and is now under the management of Secure Parking USA.
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has been named the exclusive broker in the sale of 7601 Durand Avenue, a 378,800-square-foot distribution warehouse located in Sturtevant, Wisconsin.
Marcus & Millichap recently closed the sale of All Around Storage, a 45,600-rentable-square-foot, self-storage facility in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.
The Barry Company helped close the purchase of a 13,204-square-foot industrial building in the Milwaukee market.