ECONOMIC OVERVIEW Wisconsin’s unemployment rate at 6.3% , continues to beat out the national unemployment rate by 0.7 percentage points according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ preliminary data.  Wisconsin has a positive outlook for the coming year, as unemployment is down and revenue is up.  Recently, over 30 businesses announced large economic development projects.. read more →

04 Feb 2014
February 4, 2014

Milwaukee Office MarketBeat Q4 2013

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ECONOMIC OVERVIEW Similar to much of the nation, Wisconsin has been on the “slow and steady” course of economic improvement over the course of the past few years. The statewide unemployment rate was consistently on the decline in 2013, with November posting a 6.3% unemployment rate, less than the national rate of 7%. Over the.. read more →

17020 Pheasant Drive, Brookfield Sold

(Brookfield, WI)— Self Storage of Brookfield, located at 16580 Pheasant Drive, has purchased a building for expansion just down the road from their current location. The new 7,354 square-foot acquisition, at 17020 Pheasant Drive, Brookfield, sits on a 1.66 acre lot and will soon be converted into additional storage space. Self Storage of Brookfield has.. read more →

(Oconomowoc, WI) — 9Round, a specialized kickboxing workout and fitness center, will be opening a new location at the Kmart Center in Oconomowoc. The space will be 1,200 square-feet at 4420 Summit Avenue. This will be 9Round’s eighth Milwaukee Metro area location, as the franchise has recently seen excellent growth throughout the Midwest and Southeast. 9Round prides itself.. read more →

Timberworks building in Third Ward (Milwaukee)

(Milwaukee)— Metro Eye will stay in the Third Ward and relocate their  family eye care business to the Timberworks building’s first floor at 325 E Chicago Street. They will move into the former Neroli Aveda Salon & Spa location, that boasts 5,716 square-feet of space along with exposed wood ceilings and great visibility. Nathan Powers.. read more →