Content referencing Max Dermond
Colliers International Announces Sale of the First Retrofitted Office Building in The Brewery Development
The 40,744 square foot brick and timber loft office building is 100% occupied by seven professional office tenants.Sep 20th, 2018 by Colliers International Group Inc.
Dermond Property Investments' request for a change in zoning for the properties 1601 N. Jackson and 522 E. Pleasant St. from Local Business (LB2) to a Detailed Planned Development (DPD) was held at today's Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee.Jan 10th, 2012 by Dave Reid
Random tidbits found on the internets… Milwaukee Development Update brings us news and insight of a building going up at 1530 North Jackson just north of the Pick ‘N’ Save parking lot and Lyon St. Despite living just around the corner from it, I have yet to make it over to take pictures, but look forward to doing that following my return to Milwaukee. Milwaukee Development Update also has changed addresses going from milwaukeedevelopment.blogspot.com to www.mkedevelopment.com. The Brewery Project LLC, led by Joseph Zilber, officially closed their first sale. While numerous deals have been announced or rumored, Milwaukeeans Charles Trainer and Max Dermond have purchased the 55,000-square-foot Building 10 together as Boiler House LLC. They’re saying Albion Group Architects will move into the building by the end of 2008 and that a big announcement is coming in January of 2008. The Spawl-fueled Pabst Farms mall plans are back up and running with announcement of Developers Diversified Realty Corp as the new developer. They’re still planning to open Pabst Farms Town Centre by 2010.Dec 25th, 2007 by Jeramey Jannene