Diamond Discs purchases larger Milwaukee facility

By Freeman Staff

July 11, 2017

Diamond Discs purchased a 21,366-square-foot industrial facility at
9300 W. Heather Ave. in Milwaukee.
Submitted photo

MILWAUKEE —Diamond Discs International, Inc. has purchased a larger facility for its corporate headquarters at 9300 W. Heather Ave.

The Barry Company, a southeast Wisconsin commercial real estate company headquartered in downtown Milwaukee, announced Tuesday that Diamond Discs purchased the 21,366-square-foot industrial facility on Heather Avenue.

The company’s corporate headquarters are currently at 8530 W. National Ave., West Allis.

Morris Midwest, a division of Morris Group, Inc., currently occupies the Heather Avenue building and will relocate to a Waukesha County facility within in the next few months. Morris Midwest supplies CNC machine tools, tooling, accessories, software, automation and more to manufacturers of precision machined parts throughout the Midwest.

Diamond Disc is a construction tool provider of diamond-edged cutting tools and diamond impregnated products, which will increase its staff by up to 300 percent over the next several years. Diamond Discs was a Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Future 50 award winner in 2010 and 2016 due to its rapid growth.

“This property was a great fit for Diamond Discs. With a fantastic location in a high quality Milwaukee industrial park, the site provides excellent accessibility for its customers as well as current and future employees,” said Kurt Van Dyke. Van Dyke and Jim Young of The Barry Company were the exclusive brokers on the transaction.