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Menomonee Valley

The Menomonee Valley 2.0 is the update to the 1998 Menomonee Valley plan, "Market Study, Engineering, and Land Use Plan for the Menomonee Valley", that is currently underway. The City of Milwaukee Department of City Development is working in conjunction with the Menomonee Valley Partners and  other Valley organizations and businesses to make the new plan successful.

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For more information regarding Menomonee Valley 2.0 contact Project Managers Robert Harris, 414.286.5654, and Maria Pandazi, 414.286.5836.

Valley plan
Read the Valley Plan


Valley video
View a presentation
about a decade of progress
in the Valley

Produced by the Menomonee Valley Partners   

Recent Development in the Menomonee River Valley Area

View larger image of development map.   updated Aug '13

recent development map

Recent Development
in the Menomonee Valley Business Park 
updated Aug '13
Solaris (Coming Soon). A new 68,000-square-foot headquarters and production facility
Rishi Tea (Coming Soon). Company headquarters - a  48,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility
Potowatomi Hotel Design (Coming Soon). 382 room hotel, a $150 Million investment in the Valley
J.F. Ahern Co. new facility. Regional Offices - A 52,000-square-foot on a 4.7-acre site
Ingeteam - A $15 million facility to manufacture equipment for renewable energy projects. This is Ingeteam's first manufacturing facility in the United States.
DerseDerse's new LEED-certified Milwaukee headquarters

DerseCharter Wire's new $20 million


DerseTaylor Dynamometer moved from New Berlin to a new 43,350-square-foot plant.
DerseCaleffi's new headquarters in the Menomonee Valley
DerseBadger Railing built a new facility in the Valley in 2007.


DersePalermo Villa was the first employer to locate in the Menomonee Valley Business Park.

Other Development
in the Menomonee Valley 
updated Aug '13
Urban Ecology Center. Adjoining the Hank Aaron State Trail and Three Bridges Park, the UEC connects the business park and the neighborhood
City Lights - Long abandoned Milwaukee Gas Light Co., designed by Alexander C. Eschweiler, was transformed into the headquarters for Zimmerman Architectural Studios Inc.
Canal Street Commerce Center - A new, sustainably - designed, multi-tenant facility.
Sigma Engineering constructed a new 28,000 square foot corporate office located on a three-acre Brownfield site.


Area plan maps
Click each image to view pdf map 
Boundary map Street map Aerial

boundary map

boundary map

boundary map

Questions about the Valley plan? Email

Menomonee Valley Plan Resources

Previous Plans and Studies
DCD Valley Development Guidelines, the Menomonee Valley Partners website

Area Common Council Members
    Dist 4 Ald. Robert J. Bauman
    Dist 8 Ald. Robert G. Donovan
    Dist 10 Ald. Michael J. Murphy
    Dist 12 Ald. José G. Pérez


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Robert Harris, 414.286.5654
Maria Pandazi, 414.286.5836