CBRE and Wangard Partners announced that Spaces, which offers flexible workspaces, has signed a new 43,000-square-foot lease at 1433 North Water Street, its first Milwaukee location. The company will join Bader Rutter and Riverwater Partners at the building.
The Spaces Milwaukee location has been specifically designed to meet the needs of a variety of business models and growth stages by offering a wide range of flexible workspace options. It will feature a business club allowing members to work and interact, along with private offices and dedicated desks. Members will also have access to fully-equipped meeting rooms, a rooftop patio as well as other amenities and networking events that foster community and kinship between members.
Developed by Wangard Partners, 1433 North Water Street is a new-construction and redevelopment project of the former Laacke & Joys building in downtown Milwaukee. The turn-of-the-century building was developed into a new office building with a new, glass and steel office structure totaling 115,600 square feet. With its lease on the fourth and fifth floors, Spaces will have space in both the existing and new portions of the building as well as a rooftop patio.
John Mazza and Alyssa Geisler in CBRE’s Milwaukee office represented Wangard Partners in the new lease with Spaces. They are currently marketing the building’s remaining 3rd floor office space for lease. Michael Streit and Patrick Savoie from JLL Wisconsin represented Spaces.