BMO Harris Bank and Irgens team up on plan that will bring significant change to key downtown corridor
Today, BMO Harris Bank and Irgens broke ground on the $132.6 million BMO Tower in downtown Milwaukee.
The new BMO Tower will have 379,400 total square feet and a 647-stall parking ramp. BMO Harris will lease 124,000 square feet of the high-rise from Irgens, which bought the real estate for the project earlier this year. BMO’s lease includes first-floor space for a ground-level bank branch, and the 11th through 16th floors for offices. Law firm Michael Best & Friedrich LLP will lease about 60,000 square feet of the top three floors.
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