Druml buys two properties for Haymarket Square development

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Dan Druml, the Milwaukee franchisee of Paul Davis Restoration, recently purchased two properties to assemble the site for the Haymarket Square development.
Druml, who formed McKinley Avenue LLC for the two-block, $16 million redevelopment project, recently purchased two buildings, with a combined 45,000 square feet of space, on a block northeast of North 8th Street and McKinley Boulevard.
One of the buildings is a 10,000-square-foot structure located at 1324 N. Eighth St. that was owned by the owner of Trade Design Inc., which will remain in the building.
The other building, located at 714-34 N. McKinley Ave., has 35,000 square feet of space and was owned by the owner of Trade Tech Inc., which moved its operations to Hartford.
The sale price of the buildings was not disclosed. The deals were brokered by Kurt Van Dyke of Cassidy Turley Barry.
The buildings will be added to the site that Druml is assembling, which also includes a 67,500-square-foot building at the northwest corner of North 6th Street and McKinley Avenue that is being redeveloped and will be occupied by Everest College, a private college owned and operated by Santa Ana, Calif.-based Corinthian Colleges Inc.

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