Commercial Real Estate.
We work side-by-side with community groups, government officials, financial institutions, tenants and investors to simplify the development process and exceed expectations at every level.
Understanding how people live today; anticipating tomorrow.
Sustainability drives us.
Sustainability and energy efficiency are practices Wangard adopted long before they began trending in property development. A vibrant green program is a strong corporate citizenship story.
Extraordinary service: Using collaboration and transparency to exceed expectations.
We set our benchmarks above industry standards; a rigorous strategy and a commitment to exceptional service drive us to achieve our goals.
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Rated the Best Developer for a 2nd Year in a ROW!
Wangard Partners is ranked the Best Developer for the 2nd year in a row by Daily Reporter subscribers!
“We are extremely humbled and honored to receive this ranking based upon peer input from within our industry. This is an extraordinary measurement of our brand awareness within the industry as the Daily Reporter’s subscription base is over 6,000!”
– Stewart Wangard, Chairman and CEO
Wangard’s and Hunzinger’s I-94 Corridor Project Rises!
Wangard Partners, Inc., (Wangard) and Hunzinger Construction Company (Hunzinger) recently broke ground on a 200,000 SF, one-story industrial/distribution center building in the Village of Pleasant Prairie (Lakeview Industrial Development Park) in July and have reached a key milestone – the first precast panels of the superstructure started going vertical on September 27th! Check out the first day panel lift here!
There will be 174 precast panels that will create the exterior walls of the 200,000 square foot structure. It will take about two weeks to erect and set all panels and most of the panels are 12 feet wide and 36 feet high, each weighing 20,000 pounds.
The next major milestone, the erection of the steel roof frame, is set to begin October 2nd. There are 55 interior steel columns along with a 200,000 square foot roof structure.
“This is an important milestone for this project and area. The strength of the market includes over $1 billion in planned development as of today which includes Foxconn, Amazon, U-Line, Aurora and Haribo. It’s a thrill to be a part of this level of economic development.” stated Stu Wangard, CEO and Chairman at Wangard Partners, Inc. “Industrial is blazing hot throughout the whole state; manufacturers and distributors of product continue to migrate into Wisconsin from Chicagoland. With Wisconsin’s business friendly environment even if the rest of the economy slows down throughout the United States the growth coming from Foxconn will keep our area strong for at least another 5-10 years.”
To date there’s been strong leasing interest, which is being led by John Sharpe of Lee & Associates. For more details about leasing contact John Sharpe.