Waterford has been attracting the attention of large businesses, franchises and small business entrepreneurs for a number of years. Our economic environment is thriving as companies are finding the Waterford area an excellent place to start a business and recruit quality employees.
This Market Analysis is a community-led research effort that examines business retention, expansion and recruitment opportunities in downtown Waterford, WI. The analysis was completed in 2013 as a resource to guide the downtown organization, Absolutely Waterford. The analysis also serves as a resource for existing and prospective entrepreneurs, site selectors, and others seeking a comprehensive analysis. Download the Market Analysis.
Waterford and the neighboring communities of Burlington, East Troy, Mukwonago, Big Bend, Union Grove, and Muskego produce an exceptional workforce, healthy household incomes and the people that currently create opportunity for more than 300 businesses. As an example, the Waterford Industrial Park consists of 84 acres that include 28 businesses. Of these businesses, 17 are major employers in the manufacturing industry.
The WesTerra Business Campus boasts the ideal mix of accessibility, visibility and growth potential on a sprawling stretch of nearly 80 acres. Located at the intersection of Hwy 36 and Hwy 164, the campus offers a picturesque natural setting with nearby waterfronts and walking paths that line the grounds.
Within the campus, you'll find the development to be progressive, designed to equally and comfortably suit office space, corporate headquarters or prime retail needs. It is here that you will be able to lease the most up-to-date, high quality building for your corporate, professional or retail needs. Anchoring the WesTerra Business Campus is Runzheimer Intern ational, a management consulting firm that's currently set on a 20 acre parcel and is home to more than 150 employees. Other businesses that are part of the campus include River City Lanes and Bruno's Restaurant.
Whatever your technical requirements, regardless of the scope or size, WesTerra Business Campus caters it's solutions to fit your specific business needs. The high-tech nature of our campus is balanced with an outdoor setting that is picturesque and ready to enjoy.
The WesTerra Business Center is a mixed use business-retail development, with a high-quality, natural color block exterior. The anchor tenant is VISTA Training, Inc., a provider of high-quality training products and services to the construction, government agency and worldwide mining industries. Other tenants include: Shear Image Hair Salon, Lakeshores Library System and Mark D. Lenz Orthodontics.
Located on a high-traffic, two-acre site on Cornerstone Crossing, the 17,000 square foot building houses tenant spaces ranging from 900 to 8,000 square feet.
The WesTerra Retail Center is an upscale business-retail development, architecturally styled in the neo-prarie style, with a brick exterior and standing seam metal roof.
Located on a highly visible two and one-half acre site at the southwest co er of Cornerstone Crossing and Hwy. 164, the 12,000 square foot building is slated for tenant spaces ranging from 1,500 square feet to 6,000 square feet. Current tenants include El Mezcal and Snap Fitness.
Phase II of the building will be a future 8,000 square foot addition to the south and is slated to begin in the 2007-2008 time frame.
The Village of Waterford and the surrounding communities are the kinds of places in which people simply want to work, live and play. As one of the fastest growing communities in Southeastern Wisconsin, the area continues to evolve every day. Build or expand your business in the WesTerra Business Campus and see what we mean.
Next to the Cotton Exchange Restaurant at the intersection of Highways 83 and 20 is Fairview Marketplace. This 28 acre future development, offered by Belinski Homes, includes commercial outlots and box space.
Hwy 36 Corridor
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