Denver-based Broe Real Estate Group, an investor and operator of commercial real estate assets across the U.S., said it is recapitalizing the One Riverwood Place and Two Riverwood Place offices in Pewaukee under a managed affiliate.
An affiliate of Phoenix, Ariz.-based U-Haul International Inc. purchased the 395,000-square-foot former Harley-Davidson plant in Wauwatosa, which the company shut down in 2011, for $5.25 million, according to state records.
Marquette University continues to acquire real estate on the west side of downtown Milwaukee. The university recently purchased the Herzing University building, located at 525 N. 6th St., for $1.465 million, according to state records.
The Hide House, a series of connected former tannery buildings in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood that now provides space for an eceletic mix of small firms, start-ups and creative tenants, is for sale.
Medical device manufacturing is emerging as one of Wisconsin's most dynamic industry sectors and is projected to become a key driver for exports from the state.
The U.S. medical device market size is around $110 billion, and it is expected to reach $133 billion by 2016, according to SelectUSA, a U.S. government effort to facilitate business investment.
Wisconsin boasts a significant concentration of medical device companies, with leaders such as Wauwatosa-based GE Healthcare and Milwaukee-based Mortara Instrument Inc., and a variety of smaller companies cropping up, all riding what is considered the sector's second surge.