Published: October 6, 2011
Tags: 828 N. Broadway Ave., Associated Bank, Carlen Hatala, Jack Quinlevan, Madisen Architects, Milwaukee, Nicole Koremenos, office, office building, Quinlevan Commercial Real Estate, Rick Levin, Rick Levin & Associates, Underwriters Exchange Building, Wangard Cos.
The president of a Chicago-based auction house says he doesn’t know why a long-neglected, nearly empty downtown Milwaukee building remains on the commercial real estate market after a scheduled sale.
Published: August 24, 2011
Tags: earthquake, Mineral, office, office building, Virginia
Office buildings, schools and towering landmarks were being inspected Wednesday for hidden structural flaws a day after initial checks turned up sparse damage from a rare East Coast earthquake.
Published: August 4, 2011
Tags: Boyd Hansen, HVAC, Mead and Hunt, mold, office, PSJ Engineering, Questions and Solutions Engineering, Rebecca Ellis, sweating, Tim Wipperfurth, vapor barriers
There’s a reason you don’t find many buildings in the jungle.
Published: June 23, 2011
Tags: Building Commission, Dale Schultz, Division of State Facilities, Fred Risser, office, office space, Peter Maternowski, Racine, State Public Defender
A state lawmaker said he was concerned Wisconsin wasn’t getting the best possible deal on a new lease for the State Public Defender’s office in Racine. The state has agreed to pay $950,000 over 10 years for a 5,298-square-foot office that will house 24 staff members. The office is in a strip plaza at 420 [...]
Published: February 7, 2011
Tags: candidate, Dave Cieslewicz, Eileen Bruskewitz, election, Gov. Scott Walker, governor, Green Bay, Greenwood Fuels, Jim Schmitt, Joe Wineke, Madison, office, Rail, Tom Barrett, Walker
Gov. Scott Walker, in stark contrast to the weeks leading up to his inauguration, has begun meeting with local officials across Wisconsin, impressing both supporters and detractors with his accessibility.
Published: May 26, 2010
Tags: attorney, budget, City Hall, Frank P. Zeidler Municipal Building, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Department of Public Works, office, roadwork
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Milwaukee’s dedication to street construction is putting city department leaders on a bumpy road toward office renovation approvals. The Milwaukee Department of Public Works’ proposed long-range budget dedicates $85.8 million to street projects between 2011 and 2016, starting with $15.3 million in next year’s budget. But city officials charged with prioritizing projects [...]
Published: March 19, 2010
Tags: cartoon, office
Published: June 16, 2009
Tags: Emmes Group, Maguire Properties Inc., office, retail
Alex Veiga AP Real Estate Writer Los Angeles (AP) — Facing mounting debt payments and lagging demand for office space, Maguire Properties Inc. sold a 19-story office high-rise in Southern California to another real estate investment firm for $160 million — a discount of roughly 35 percent. Maguire, which owns and operates office buildings, sold [...]
Published: May 8, 2009
Tags: Alfred Benesch & Co., J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., KBS Construction Inc., Miron Construction Co. Inc., office, Radtke Contractors Inc., Ruekert & Mielke Inc.
Sean Ryan email@example.com Instead of responding to the construction landscape with caution and cutbacks, three contractors are expanding with new offices and more employees. Waukesha-based Ruekert & Mielke Inc. opened up a new office in Madison in late April because the firm recently won more projects in the area, and southwest Wisconsin is weathering the [...]