Pabst brewery site lands another tenant

Yet another Milwaukee company is planning to move into the Boiler House building at 1243 N. 10th St in the former Pabst brewery complex in downtown Milwaukee.

Milwaukee-based AMB Development Group LLC plans to move its offices from 219 N. Milwaukee St. in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward to the Boiler House building. AMB plans to lease 8,941 square feet of space in the building. The lease was brokered by Inland Companies Inc. brokers Scott Welsh, Mike Fardy and Lyle Landowski.

AMB Development Group provides health care real estate development services, including planning, development, design and operational services.

Joseph Zilber, founder of Milwaukee-based Zilber Ltd. who is redeveloping the 20-acre Pabst complex into a mixed use neighborhood, announced recently that he had closed on the sale of the former boiler house building at the brewery to Boiler House LLC, a joint venture of Milwaukee developers Charles Trainer and Max Dermond. Zilber is cleaning up and gutting several of the buildings in the Pabst complex and plans to sell them to other developers. Zilber also will likely redevelop some of the buildings in the complex himself.

The former boiler house is a three-story, 55,000-square-foot building located on the west side of North 10th Street.

Boiler House LLC plans to convert the building into office and retail space. Previously, Trainer and Dermond announced that Albion Group Architects plans to occupy 4,000 square feet of office space in the building. Albion plans to move there from 338 N. Milwaukee St. in downtown Milwaukee.

In addition, as reported by SBT Real Estate Weekly last week, Milwaukee-based Inland Companies plans to move its downtown Milwaukee office from 839 N. Jefferson St. to the Boiler House building, according to real estate industry sources.

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