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Moda3 Renews Lease in the Third Ward

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By - Apr 11th, 2016 09:53 am
P.H. Dye House. Photo by Sinead Eby.

P.H. Dye House. Photo by Sinead Eby.

Moda3 renewed its 7,675 SF lease at the P.H. Dye House located at 320 E. Buffalo Street in Milwaukee, WI.  John Davis, Bob Flood and Ned Purtell represented the Landlord on this transaction.

About RFP Commercial: RFP Commercial is a full service multi-disciplinary commercial real estate firm located in Milwaukee, WI. Founded in 2002 by three of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most experienced and knowledgeable brokers (Scott Revolinski, Bob Flood and Ned Purtell), the company currently employs a strong brokerage team focused on office, retail, industrial and investment transactions, as well as consulting and tenant representation.  Please visit www.rfpcommercial.com for further information.

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One thought on “Moda3 Renews Lease in the Third Ward”

  1. Doug G says:

    Wow, how times have changed. I worked in this building in the 80’s and 90’s when it was the Artcraft building. I recall the owners building a large rooftop residence and the hot tub rising up past our second floor windows via a crane. The second floor had the extra space of a mezzanine over maybe 3/4 of the flour area – extra storage for the clothing wholesale business that was my employer. The Third Ward was undergoing a fantastic renaissance at the time and it looks like it is still going on!

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