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Milwaukee-Area Spec Industrial Lands Construction Debt

Associated Bank has completed a $13,254,500 loan to WRP Pewaukee LLC, an affiliate of Westminster Capital LLC, for the construction of a speculative industrial /light-manufacturing facility. SVP Edward Notz handled the loan arrangements and closing.

The property is located at N17W25045 Bluemound Rd., a half mile northeast of the intersection of I-94 and Hwy 16 in Pewaukee, WI, 15 miles west of Milwaukee. 

The new facility, which will encompass 42.7 acres, will have 218,000- square feet with 32-foot clear heights and parking stalls for 158 cars, 25 trucks and another eight ADA stalls. Completion is projected for the fourth quarter of 2021. 

Lake Forest, IL-based Westminster Capital is a private real estate equity fund manager. Founded in 1988 by Rob Lansing, the firm has raised more than $800 million in capital across 15 private real estate equity funds, and invested in $3 billion-plus of real estate projects. 


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