Law firm to move from Greenfield to Pabst brewery building

Krukowski & Costello, a boutique law firm in Greenfield, plans to move its offices to an 8,100-square-foot space in the Boiler House building at 1243 N. 10th St. in the former Pabst brewery complex in downtown Milwaukee.

Krukowski & Costello is currently located at 7111 W. Edgerton Ave., Greenfield, near Southridge Mall. The firm has four shareholders and eight associates. It represents businesses in labor and employment law matters.

The firm will fill the last remaining vacant space, other than space reserved for future tenant expansion, in the 55,000-square-foot, 115-year-old Boiler House building. Other tenants in the building are: Albion Group Architects, AMB Development Group, Inland Companies and The Planning Council for Health and Human Services Inc.

The building is owned by PBH Redevelopment LLC, an investors group led by developers Charles Trainer and Max Dermond, who bought it from Zilber Ltd. founder Joseph Zilber, who formed The Brewery Project LLC to transform the former Pabst brewery into a mixed-use urban neighborhood. The Brewery Project has sold several of the brewery buildings, including the Boiler House, to other developers.

The lease was brokered by Mark Schnoll of Inland Companies, who represented Krukowski & Costello, and Lyle Landowski of Inland Companies, who represented PBH Redevelopment.

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