833 East Office Building in Milwaukee Adds New Tenants

MILWAUKEE — Irgens’ 833 East, an 18-story office building in Milwaukee scheduled to open in March 2016, is adding new tenants. Major League Baseball and Commissioner Emeritus Allan H. Selig, Heck Capital Advisors and Grace Matthews Inc. are some of the tenants to recently sign leases at the Class A office building under construction at 833 E. Michigan St.  Jason Inc. will be expanding its lease from 12,506 square feet to 26,043 square feet. An undisclosed tenant will occupy 2,758 square feet. 833 East also has letters of intent for two additional tenants totaling more than 37,000. These three undisclosed tenants will comprise 65 percent of the building. Lyle Landowski of Colliers International brokered the deal with Jason Inc. Steve Palec of Colliers International brokered the deal with Heck Capital. David Pudlosky of JLL brokered the deal with Grace Matthews. Previously disclosed tenants include Colliers International, Godfrey & Kahn, Irgens, Catalyst, First American Title and Rare Steakhouse. The general contractor for the project is CG Schmidt. The architect is Kahler Slater Inc. The lenders are Private Bank, Associated Bank, Anchor Bank and Bank Mutual. Colliers International is responsible for the leasing and management of 833 East.

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