Wisconsin Office Rental & Leasing
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This center offers high-quality executive suites, both furnished or unfurnished depending on business requirements. Support facilities are also available to aid tenants throughout their occupancy... Read More >>
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This building is centrally located in the middle of a very vibrant office and retail environment known as High Crossing Environ. The office park features a variety of customer amenities including a... Read More >>
Wisconsin for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Wisconsin
Wisconsin ranks twenty-third by total area and twentieth by population among the 50 United States (2018 data). The capital is Madison and the state's largest city is Milwaukee, which sits on the shores of Lake Michigan. Nicknamed the 'Badger State' and known as 'America's Dairyland', Wisconsin is one of the leading diary producers in the U.S. The Midwestern state is also famous for its cheese and produces approximately a quarter of the country's cheese, as well as a quarter of butter made in the United States. Major industries include agriculture, manufacturing, health care, information technology, and tourism. The state is also home to centres of excellent in water research and energy technology, as well as a strong technical college system and leading universities. With strong infrastructure and a skilled workforce as well as certified development-ready commercial sites, Wisconsin is increasingly attracting businesses in both established and emerging industries.