The rapid fulfillment of leasing opportunities in Milwaukee’s Global Water Center since the building’s completion in 2013 has led to the purchase of a second, nearby building to house additional companies seeking to tap the growing network of industry resources located in Milwaukee’s burgeoning Water Technology District.

In July 2015, an ownership group including The Water Council acquired a five-story, 46,000 sq ft warehouse building at 326 – 332 Florida Street, a five-minute walk from the first Global Water Center. The Water Council plans to develop the building as Global Water Center II (GWC II) to advance water industry cluster development and innovation above and beyond its current assets.

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