MILWAUKEE – HSA Bank said Wednesday it has signed a
lease for 16,000 square feet of office space at Schlitz Park in
The space in downtown
Milwaukee will house around 100 of its employees beginning in
August, according to a statement. Sheboygan-based HSA said it is
moving from Glendale’s Bayshore Town Center to the second floor
of Schlitz Park’s
RiverCenter building, 1555 RiverCenter Drive.
HSA provides health savings
accounts and is a division of Webster Bank.
“We continue to outpace our growth estimates.
At Schlitz Park, we will have the flexibility and space to
handle our current needs with room for expansion to support
future growth,” said Charles Wilkins, executive vice president
of Webster Bank and head of HSA Bank. “Schlitz Park is a great
location. The facilities, buildings and all of the amenities
will help us attract new talent.”
RFP Commercial Inc.'s Ned
Purtell and Jenna Maguire, representing Schlitz Park, and JLL's
Drew Saunders and Dan Jessup, representing HSA Bank, negotiated