(MILWAUKEE)—The Boerke Company, Inc. has relocated their growing downtown Milwaukee office to a larger space, taking over the entire seventh floor at the 731 North Jackson Street Building. The recently announced Boerke Management Company managed the custom tenant build-out project from start to finish.

For the past 13 years, the commercial real estate and property management company was located at the 411 East Wisconsin Center, but with recent growth and service line additions, the company’s leadership knew a change had to be made. “We added additional commercial real estate brokers to our retail and industrial teams this past year, and recently added more brokers to our company in just the past few weeks,” said The Boerke Company’s Chief Operating Officer Nancy Vianes. “It made sense once the decision to move was made , we would go ‘all-in’ on designing the new space as a place our employees will enjoy working in every day, and a place where our brokers will want current and potential clients to come for meetings as often as possible.”

The Boerke Company’s office brokerage team, in accordance with the interior designers, was influential in deciding what kinds of finishes and office technology would be in the open design concept space, which added nearly 1,200 square-feet to the company’s footprint and great east, south, and west views of the city. “When we consulted with our office design team from Creative Business Interiors, we had a list of must-have features that we did not wish to compromise on,” said Caitlin Collier, an office broker at The Boerke Company that also has a degree in Interior Design. “Adding the multitude of upgrades that our office clients love in their new spaces into our own, coupled with our overall design goal of bringing in neutral tones with a homelike feel, and the collaborative open concept design really is what brought the space together.”

 
Office New Panoramic (Large)

Some of the finishes at the new space include bamboo flooring, granite and Corian countertops, energy efficient and modern pendant lighting, leather seating and a 50-inch LED flat screen at the entry, as well as state of the art glass wall conference rooms featuring electronic reservation systems, 70-inch televisions, and an Apple TV. Managing Principal Andrew Jensen said, “We wanted visitors to come right off the elevators and immediately be welcomed by the look and feel of the space and from what fellow tenants in our building are already saying when they see the completed build, we are pretty confident that was achieved”.

Along with the move, The Boerke Company has now taken over 731 N Jackson Street’s lease listing, with only a few suites available, ranging from 850-3,153 square feet.  The company has also just announced new hires William Stalle to the industrial team, and Bill Bradley to the retail team.

View additional photos of our space:

  • Pendant Lighting, digital unit outlets.
    North Conference Room

    Pendant Lighting, digital unit outlets.

  • Custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances.
    Break Room

    Custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances.

  • 70-inch flat screen w/Apple TV
    East Conference Room

    70-inch flat screen w/Apple TV