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Wangard Partners, Inc. (WPI) received the prestigious Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 Brick & Mortar Award on September 28th for the redevelopment of 1433 North Water Street (formerly the Laacke & Joys storefront). 1433 North Water Street is a 115,000 SF Class A office building that was rehabilitated from a retail space into Class A office… Read more »


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In August 2015, the City of Milwaukee received an award from the U.S. Department of Energy to help local buildings reduce their energy use 20% over the next decade. In September 2016, Milwaukee launched its enhanced Better Buildings Challenge program. The Better Buildings Challenge provides building owners with all the resources they need to develop… Read more »


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  It’s no secret Mother Nature has been very wicked to the United States this year. While our country and surrounding neighbors have endured massive losses and destruction, Wisconsinites are inspired to offer support to those in need.  As Wangard Partners celebrates our 25th year in business, we couldn’t think of a better way to show how… Read more »


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Wangard Partners has purchased a four-story building in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood, with plans to convert the space into office and retail use. The 80,000-square-foot building at 507 S. Second St. was sold by Roadster Inc., which is led by Christopher Coakley, owner of C. Coakley Co., to 507 South 2nd Street Development LLC, led… Read more »


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An affiliate of Milwaukee developer Stewart Wangard purchased the Cottonwood Plaza in Hartland for $4.9 million, according to state records. J.F. Clearcotton, LLC purchased the shopping center, located at 505-533 Cottonwood Ave., from P.O’ B Hartland, LLC. The property has an assessed value of $3.4 million, according to Waukesha County records. Wangard, chairman and chief… Read more »


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