Jul 27, 2018

Wisconsin’s Madison Region Delivers on Critical Site Selection Factor: Available Buildings

One of the top factors impacting location decisions that we hear from site selectors is the supply of buildings, which is no surprise considering the pace at which companies want to get new facilities up and running. In fact, Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) has experienced this first-hand, with significant opportunities for our region being met with scarcity of space. 


We’re stepping up to address the demand for functional and modern real estate in the Madison Region, working with developers and investors to add speculative projects to our inventory. With vacancy rates at an all-time low across the country and in the Madison Region, we understand that providing ready location options can mean the difference between making the site selectors’ final cut, or not.


Featured Property: Greywolf Partners’ Center for Industry & Commerce
The second of multiple spec buildings coming to the Madison Region is Greywolf Partners’ Center for Industry and Commerce Spec Building. Located adjacent to the Dane County Regional Airport, the CIC Spec Building is a 138,000 SF building now under construction in the Center for Industry and Commerce, the City of Madison’s flagship 160-acre industrial business park adjacent to US Highway 51, which also has great access to Interstate 94/90/39. Designed to accommodate users from 20,000-138,000 SF with abundant parking, expandability, and 32-foot ceilings, CIC Spec is available for occupancy late 2018/early 2019. View more details in this brochure.
With new spec buildings like CIC, as well as existing stock such as the former site of Kraft/Oscar Mayer and Commerce I, the Madison Region is ready for your clients in food & beverage, advanced manufacturing, logistics, and more.


From business-friendly policies to competitive incentives, the Madison Region provides a welcome home for companies looking to start, expand, or locate.