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Milwaukee Commercial Real Estate Space In-depth


Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin and 22nd largest in the United States.

Milwaukee commercial real estate is home to the headquarters of 13 Fortune 1000 companies, including Johnson Controls, Northwestern Mutual, Manpower Inc., Kohl's, Harley-Davidson, Rockwell Automation, Fiserv, Marshall & Ilsl...




Milwaukee Commercial Real Estate Space In-depth


Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin and 22nd largest in the United States.

Milwaukee commercial real estate is home to the headquarters of 13 Fortune 1000 companies, including Johnson Controls, Northwestern Mutual, Manpower Inc., Kohl's, Harley-Davidson, Rockwell Automation, Fiserv, Marshall & Ilsley Corp., Wisconsin Energy, Briggs & Stratton, Joy Global, A.O. Smith, and MGIC Investments. Milwaukee commercial real estate ranks fifth in the United States in terms of the number of Fortune 500 company headquarters as a share of the population. Brookfield is the leading commercial suburb of Milwaukee. Milwaukee commercial real estate also provide homes to a large number of financial service firms, particularly those specializing in mutual funds and transaction processing systems, and a number of publishing and printing companies, including Quad/Graphics. Milwaukee is also the headquarters of Midwest Airlines, the Koss Corporation and Master Lock.

Service and managerial jobs are the fastest-growing segments of the Milwaukee economy, and health care alone makes up 27% the jobs in the city. Twenty-two percent of Milwaukee's workforce is involved in manufacturing, second only to San Jose, California, and far higher than the national average of 16.5%.

Milwaukee is a commercial and industrial hub for the Great Lakes region. Milwaukee commercial real estate is dominated by small- to medium-size firms with representatives in nearly every industrial classification. The area is home to four major multi-hospital health systems. Other major areas of service employment include business services (27 percent), educational services (7 percent) and social services (10 percent).

Tourism is also a major contributor to the local economy. Milwaukee hosts many festivals and parades throughout the year, and is home to nationally recognized museums, a zoo, professional sports teams, and entertainment venues. Altogether these attractions bring more than 5 million tourists and generate $1.9 billion annually.

Milwaukee commercial real estate also provides space for small businesses, which give the economy the flexibility it needs to adapt to rapidly changing conditions. More than 93 percent of Milwaukee-area businesses employ fewer than 50 people. Not that there aren't an abundance of large employers. According to The Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee more than 25 companies had more than 2,500 employees in 2005.

Milwaukee commercial real estate has many advantages for both new and existing businesses. Incentive programs are available at the state and local levels. Milwaukee is known for its harmonious working relationship with the business community throughout the entire area. Its Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is a nonprofit corporation offering financial resources to aid in the city's economic growth. Its staff provides financial, technical, training, and ombudsman services to Milwaukee businesses and also assists in securing state of Wisconsin business development funds for Milwaukee firms. MEDC is very supportive of minority-owned businesses. Additionally, the city of Milwaukee's Emerging Business Enterprise Program helps emerging and small businesses with support services, contract opportunities, and financial resources, and helps establish mentor relationships between emerging and established businesses. Take advantage of what Milwaukee commercial real estate can do for your business.
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