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Wisconsin has become more attractive for businesses, especially when compared to neighboring Illinois and its ongoing budget problems, he said. Milwaukee developer Stewart Wangard agreed, saying Kenosha County will likely continue to attract Illinois companies.Meanwhile, other locations in southeastern Wisconsin are seeing strong demand for new industrial space, Wangard said. His firm, Wangard Partners Inc., plans to develop a pair of buildings, totaling up to 124,000 square feet, on the former Yellow Freight truck terminal at 11528 W. Rogers St., West Allis. The firm is negotiating with a prospective tenant that would use 40,000 square feet, with additional space to be built in anticipation of landing other tenants, Wangard said. Construction could start before the end of this year, he said. Read the entire article at JSOnline.com »