Endicott Awarded $6 Million for Demolition of Old IBM Buildings

As originally published by WNBF. The long-planned project to tear down five large buildings once used by IBM Endicott has received a big boost with a multi-million dollar grant from New York state. The village of Endicott is to receive $6 million to help pay for the cost of demolition of 550,000-square-feet of vacant industrial space along North Street. The buildings are part of the Huron Campus. They are located east of McKinley Avenue. Mayor Linda Jackson on Tuesday afternoon said the award was ... Read More

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Distributes 1,000 Meal Boxes to Milwaukee Families Ahead of Holidays

Originally published by WISN. On Saturday, students at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Milwaukee helped distribute 1,000 meal boxes to families in need just days away from the Christmas holiday. "Our whole school's mission—it's our Jesuit mission—is that we need to serve others and care for others," said Alexandra Gonzalez-Amaro, a senior at Cristo Rey. That mission was put into action as she and her classmates braved the cold to pack car after car with boxes of food for families in need. "For ... Read More

Industry Update: The State of Industrial Real Estate

Industrial real estate has experienced a wild ride in the U.S. ever since the global COVID-19 pandemic caused a rush on warehouses to support an e-commerce boom and factories to accommodate supply chain resiliency efforts. As a result, the sector led the pack in commercial real estate (CRE), with investors scrambling to acquire in-demand assets and prospective tenants searching desperately for viable space.  However, the latter half of 2022 brought predictions of economic uncertainty and recession, as well as falling consumer demand. Though industrial rode ... Read More

2022-12-16T20:14:40+00:00December 16th, 2022|Articles, Milwaukee, Phoenix Team, Press Releases|
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