73 results for “Kenosha”
Industrial v Wisconsin

Cushman & Wakefield repping new Kenosha Commerce Center

Cushman & Wakefield is representing the new Kenosha Commerce Center to be located on the former site of the Dairyland Greyhound Dog Track at 5522 104th Ave. in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The site, an industrial business park, will deliver in early 2020 and can accommodate industrial buildings comprising up to 1.8 million square feet.

Industrial v Wisconsin

Building boom in Southeast Wisconsin

| Matt Baker

Kenosha County, Wisconsin is one of the smallest industrial submarkets in the Chicago metro area. Its 249 properties, as of Q4 2018, are second to last in inventory count, as is its total square footage of 33,569,560 square feet. But that’s about to change as no area had more square footage under construction at the close of 2018.

CRE v Wisconsin

Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame: Irgens' Jackie Walsh

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the industry’s most successful pros. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. Today, we look at the career of Jackie Walsh, president and chief operating officer of Milwaukee’s Irgens.

Industrial N Illinois

As Chicago industrial expands, investors target familiar areas

| Matt Baker

The Chicago logistics industry remains on stable footing as steadily growing wages and accelerating household formation are driving demand for more e-commerce-driven warehouse space. And according to Marcus & Millichap’s second half 2018 industrial research market report, developers looking to expand Chicago’s 1 billion-plus square-foot inv…

Industrial v Wisconsin

Will Foxconn make southeast Wisconsin hale or frail?

| Matt Baker

Last summer, officials from Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn arrived at the beautiful Milwaukee Art Museum overlooking Lake Michigan. While they may have done some sightseeing, they really were there to sign a memorandum of understanding with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to create an LCD factory in the Badger State.