Intermedix Milwaukee office to move to Schlitz Park

Intermedix Corp., a provider of technology-enabled health and safety solutions, will move its Milwaukee office to the Schlitz Park office complex north of downtown Milwaukee.

The firm will occupy 4,200 square feet of space in the Keg House building at 111 W. Pleasant St., Schlitz Park announced.

The Intermedix Milwaukee office, currently located at 135 S. 84th St. in the Honey Creek Corporate Center on the city’s west side, will make the move to Schlitz Park in October. The firm has 20 employees in its Milwaukee office.

“We selected Schlitz Park for our new office location because of the great benefits it offers to our team members,” said John Heinen, senior vice president at Intermedix. “The campus environment and focus on a healthy lifestyle were key factors in our decision to move to the location. We are very excited and eager to call Schlitz Park our new home.”

Intermedix is the latest in a series of tenants that have or will be moving to Schlitz Park this year including WWBIC, My Dwelling, HSA Bank, Reader’s Digest Assocation’s Enthusiast Brands division and UMB Fund services.

In addition, Schlitz Park is in the final phase of a three-phase, $34 million renovation and redevelopment project.

“With Intermedix joining us, Schlitz Park is fast becoming a center of health and technology excellence. The company’s Milwaukee employees support technologies that are being used to provide health and safety services across the country, internationally as well as right here in southeast Wisconsin,” said Gary Grunau, president of Schlitz Park. “With our renovated spaces and enhanced amenities we’re creating workplaces where outstanding companies like Intermedix and the other industry leaders can continue to succeed and grow.”

RFP Commercial Inc.’s Ned Purtell, partner, and Jenna Maguire, broker associate, representing Schlitz Park, and Cresa Corporate Real Estate representing Intermedix, negotiated the lease.

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