Thriving High-Tech Business Community
We’re more than a single building. We’re a singular community of thriving businesses and visionary leaders.
Located near the Zoo Interchange and the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee County Research Park spans 175-acres with more than 4,500 highly skilled employees arriving on campus each day.
GE Healthcare, Zywave, Medical Technology Management Institute (MTMI), CoreLogic Insurance Solutions, and Bloom Companies, LLC are a few examples of major companies located within the Research Park.
The thriving high-tech business community is surrounded by relaxing trails and an expansive nature preserve. No matter where you are in Research Park, you’re at the hub of a vibrant community that connects you with the companies, ideas and resources you need to excel.
New Developments & Redevelopments
SpringHill Suites Hotel by Marriott
A brand new 120 room hotel with conference facilities.
Powerhouse Building Renovation
A complete renovation of the historic 1913 Powerhouse building into a modern fitness center and café.
Crescent Luxury Apartments
A brand new 105 unit luxury apartment building developed by the Mandel Group.
Muir Woods Business & Technology Center
Irgens’ Partners are developing a 85,000 square foot Business and Technology Center.
After a competitive regional search for a new site to locate three GE Healthcare divisions, the company selected the Research Park for a new, 506,195 square foot building developed on a 25-acre land site. This building was designed as a premier showplace for the client’s innovative products and services. The sole tenant, GE Healthcare, continues to hold a long-term lease.
10000 Innovation Drive
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) added ancillary office space to continue to grow its research and education programs on campus. A nearby office building in the Milwaukee County Research Park was identified. 10000 Innovation Drive is a multi-tenant facility with MCW leasing one-third of the building.
Sonesta Milwaukee West
A unique hotel in west suburban Milwaukee, the Sonesta Milwaukee West in Wauwatosa offers engaging spaces, contemporary comfort and genuine hospitality in the heart of the region in the Milwaukee County Research Park.
Mayfair Woods Business & Technology Center
Mayfair Woods Business & Technology Center is located on 11 acres in the Milwaukee County Research Park. The space design is innovative, sustainable and flexible. Tenants will benefit from efficient, adaptable floor plans and a technology-focused design. They will enjoy beautiful woods, ponds, and activity paths.
Meadowland Research & Technology Center
The Meadowland Research & Technology Center is a 148,923 square foot building on an 8-acre site. It is designed to attract research development, technology, and professional service companies looking for a sustainable and energy-efficient building.
Oakwood Center is a four-story, 67,240 square foot, suburban office building that offers abundant surface and executive underground parking, a newly renovated lobby and common areas, and an outside patio. Offices overlook a beautiful park-like atmosphere which includes ponds, walking paths, and an adjacent county park.
Wood Lake II Business & Technology Center
Wood Lake II is a single-story, office/warehouse building. Tenants will appreciate ample surface parking and will have their own entrance. Access to a comfortable park-like atmosphere which includes ponds, walking paths, and an adjacent county park makes this a great place to work.
A Kansas investment firm could open what one representative called a “second headquarters” office in Wauwatosa with the help of city loans as it steps in to take over an operation that BMO Harris Bank is shedding.
Wauwatosa-based development firm Irgens has begun construction on Mayfair Medical Commons, a 45,823-square-foot medical office building at 800 N. Mayfair Road in Wauwatosa. The two-story building is part of a larger redevelopment planned for the site located just south of the Research Drive entrance into the Milwaukee County Research Park.
Irgens, best-known in Wauwatosa as the developer of most of the office buildings in the Milwaukee County Research Park, will soon seek approvals to build about 200 apartments there.