ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday as part of
the grand opening celebration for MLG Capital’s
new Town of Brookfield headquarters.
from left to right are: Tom Hagie, Town of
Brookfield administrator; Suzanne Kelley, CEO &
president, Waukesha County Business Alliance; Ginger
Kollmansberger, regional director for Sen. Ron
Johnson; Paul Farrow, Waukesha County executive;
Andy Bruce, MLG Capital principal; Tim Wallen, MLG
Capital CEO & principal; Andrew Teske, MLG
Capital principal; Mike Jagodinski, MLG chief
financial officer; J. Michael Mooney, MLG chairman
& principal; Craig Lashley, MLG principal; Paul
Decker, Waukesha County Board chair; and Barry
Chavin, MLG principal.
courtesy of Waukesha County Business Alliance
OF BROOKFIELD - The former Brennan’s Market building
still has the brightness from when it housed fresh cheeses
and fruit, but now as the home for MLG Capital, it is
filled with modern office space.
grand opening celebration attended by more than 300 people
was held Tuesday at the new MLG Capital headquarters,
19000 W. Bluemound Road.
30-year-old national real estate investment and
development firm announced its plans for the space about a
year ago. It took about five months to renovate the
property into a modern, open-concept office space with
amenities like a large employee lounge, outdoor patio and
other gathering spaces, as well as pinball, bocce, a pool
table and more.
a longtime produce market into corporate office space is a
perfect reflection of the spirit and innovation that has
driven MLG for the past three decades and creates a new
home that really sets the tone for the future, makes the
most of our fun and family-like culture, and embraces the
community where we live and work,” said MLG Chairman and
co-founder J. Michael Mooney when the plans were initially
to a statement from MLG, the company wants to retain and
attract talent and show the world how it innovates.
building sends a message before they even meet us,”
Mooney said. “This is a ‘wow’ organization.”