On the Beaten Path.
Today, an estimated 24,000 vehicles travel McKinley Avenue to and from downtown Milwaukee each workday. The “corridor,” as it once was known as and continues to be recognized as by some today, remains appropriate—as the Park East Redevelopment site is located in a hotbed of Milwaukee’s social and entertainment activity.
Development within the McKinley Avenue District will complement regional entertainment venues, from the BMO Harris Bradley Center and Wisconsin Center convention facility to the Milwaukee Theatre, Marcus Center for the Performing Arts and the US Cellular Arena.
Restaurants, pubs and nightclubs are right there on Old World Third Street, along with new offices, apartments, a hotel, restaurants and more happening just west at The Brewery complex, a redevelopment of the historic Pabst Brewery site.
You have a ready-made customer base with students, faculty and staff from the neighboring Milwaukee Area Technical College and Milwaukee School of Engineering campuses. Locate your business amongst world leaders: Time Warner Cable and Manpower International—two corporations who have already relocated here—benefitting from quick and easy access to it all, including the freeway.
The property is served by five major bus lines, bringing customers and workers right to your doorstep. The property is also less than 2 blocks away from ramps to Milwaukee’s two major freeways (I-94 and I-43) providing easy access from the north, south, east and west.
The Park East is a corridor alright, only today it’s funneling traffic—by cars, public transit, bicycle and foot, into the heart of the downtown social and entertainment scene and, most importantly, the new businesses and developments within Park East.