From left to right: Eric
Harrmann, designer, AG Architecture; Steven Johnson,
president, First Federal Bank of Wisconsin; Carol
White, president, Brookfield Chamber of Commerce;
Gary Riley, CEO and president, First Federal Bank of
Wisconsin; Steve Ponto, Brookfield mayor; Mervyn
Byrd, sales manager, Waukesha County Business
Alliance; Jim Tarantino, principal, Tarantino &
Company; Ben Ganther, president, Ganther
WAUKESHA - First Federal Bank of Wisconsin recently held
a groundbreaking ceremony for its new location at
Moorland and Greenfield avenues in Brookfield.
Federal Bank CEO Gary Riley said the bank is looking forward to
expanding into the Brookfield and New Berlin markets with the
new office. The bank has largely been focused in Waukesha and
Bay View for more than 90 years.
will be approximately 11,000 square feet with a 4,500 square
foot bank branch on the ground floor and 6,500 square feet of
office space available for lease on the second floor.
Construction is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2015.
development known as the First Federal Centre will include the
bank building and a 6,300 square-foot retail center immediately
to the east of the bank building, developed by Tarantino &
Company. Commitments are being finalized with several tenants
and Tarantino is optimistic that the building will be
fully-leased before construction is completed in the spring,
according to a release from the bank.
Federal is a $250 million institution headquarters in Waukesha.
It offers personal and business banking and currently has four
branches in Waukesha and Bay View.