As construction is completed on the new 24-story BMO Tower in downtown Milwaukee, developer Irgens is finalizing plans for the overhaul of the adjacent 52-year-old former BMO Harris office building that would include offices, retail spaces, a food hall, first floor upscale restaurant and an urban pocket park on North Broadway.
“At Irgens, we prioritize public art with our projects,” said Irgens CEO Mark Irgens. “Public art benefits the community at large, attracts talent and is a valuable amenity that sets apart our building and city.”
Biz Times – As part of its downtown Milwaukee projects, developer Irgens Partners LLC aims to create an environment for tenants and visitors similar to one found in the nearby Historic Third Ward. To achieve that aesthetic, Irgens is planning a pocket park, which would be built in a vacant lot located east of 770 North […]
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Tom Daykin details how Mark Irgens included a firm to help recruit minority-owned contractors when he was assembling the team to develop 833 East Michigan in downtown Milwaukee. Three year’s later, Irgens is taking a similar approach with the company’s latest project – BMO Tower.
The developer behind the new BMO Harris Tower on Water Street, which will be completed in December, also has grand plans for the current BMO Harris building next door. The building at 770 North Water Street, which was originally built to house M & I Bank, sits on historic land. It was once home to […]