Return to the office? It’s happening…


Milwaukee isn’t different from most Midwest cities: The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life here, with kids attending school remotely, businesses working under capacity restrictions and municipal leaders trying to coordinate the distribution of vaccines to a population hungry for normalcy.

And the commercial real estate market here? It’s changed, too, during the last 12 months. But the good news is that Milwaukee and its suburbs have proven resilient during these challenging times. Yes, leasing activity has slowed. Retailers have struggled. And offices in the city’s CBD largely remain quiet.

But the real estate pros working this market say that the market has survived. And the rest of the year looks brighter.

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