WI: HSA Commercial Building Three Industrial Warehouses in Southeast Wisconsin, Totaling 1.2 Million Sq. Ft. | Trade and Industry Development

WI: HSA Commercial Building Three Industrial Warehouses in Southeast Wisconsin, Totaling 1.2 Million Sq. Ft.

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Apr 18, 2022
Chicago-based HSA Commercial Real Estate will start construction on three new industrial warehouses totaling nearly 1.2 million square feet in southeast Wisconsin.

Chicago-based HSA Commercial Real Estate will start construction on three new industrial warehouses totaling nearly 1.2 million square feet in southeast Wisconsin. All the developments are being built on a speculative basis, reports RE Journals.

HSA Commercial’s new developments include:

  • Highland Commerce Center of Somers – Located directly off the Interstate-94 interchange, Highland Commerce Center of Somers will be a 910,000-square-foot distribution center with a 40-foot clear height. Construction is expected to start in the third quarter and be complete in second-quarter 2023.
  • OakView II Industrial – OakView II Industrial is a 154,810-square-foot warehouse with a 32-foot clear height located in the OakView Business Park in Oak Creek, Wis., south of Milwaukee. Work on what will be the second warehouse in the park will start in June and is scheduled for completion in October.
  • 150 West Oakview Industrial – Marking the third warehouse in the OakView Business Park in Oak Creek, a new 131,244-square-foot building with a 32-foot clear height will start construction in May and is scheduled for completion in September.

In addition to these new warehouses, HSA Commercial has industrial projects planned or under construction in Bristol, Mount Pleasant, Waukesha, Cudahy and Franklin, reports RE Journals.

For all three of the new developments, Pinnacle Engineering Group will serve as civil engineer, and Chicago-based Partners in Design will serve as architect. PREMIER Design + Build Group will function as general contractor for Highland Commerce Center of Somers, while Riley Construction will fulfill the role for both buildings in Oak Creek.

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