Wangard Partners is beginning construction of its newest development, Highlands Business Park, a 149-acre technology, industrial and commercial business park on the northwest corner of Highway 164 and County Highway K in Sussex, Wisconsin.
Highlands Business Park will accommodate industrial, food service, health care service, general service and retail businesses, and features quick access to the I-94 corridor, including the Zoo
Interchange in Milwaukee County and the I-90/I-94/I-39 interchange in Dane County. Development sites for individual businesses will range from 1 acre to 30 acres, as needed.
Highlands Business Park will be filling a need for business development space in Waukesha County. Industrial vacancy dropped to 1.6 percent in the county, according to the Commercial Realtors of Wisconsin’s second quarter industrial report.
The development will be in close proximity to the Sussex Corporate Center in addition to nearby dining, shopping and retail businesses. Design of Highlands Business Park will be dedicated to preserving a small-town feel that maintains a high quality of living. There will be more than 274 acres of park property, walking, biking and running trails in addition to conservancy areas.