Zilber to develop two industrial facilities in Germantown

Freeman Staff

April 10, 2019

 Zilber Industrial 2 at Germantown Gateway Corporate Park in Germantown.
Rendering by Stephen Perry Smith Architects

GERMANTOWN — Zilber Property Group plans to build two speculative industrial facilities in Germantown that would total more than 400,000 square feet.

Each of the facilities would be about 200,000 square feet and will be in the recently developed Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, which is anchored by a 706,000square-foot distribution facility for Wauwatosa-based Briggs & Stratton Corporation.

Germantown Gateway Corporate Park is located at the intersection of Holy Hill Road and Gateway Crossing, less than one mile east of the Interstate 41 and Holy Hill Road interchange.

“Building on the recent announcement of the Briggs & Stratton facility at Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, we are encouraged by the level of interest in the business park that we’ve received from industrial space users,” said John Kersey, executive vice president, Zilber, Ltd. “The village of Germantown staff, local officials and greater community continue to make our organization and project partners feel welcome and we are grateful for their continued support.” The 140-acre Germantown Gateway Corporate Park site was acquired by ZPG in 2018 and, in addition to the 706,000 square foot Briggs & Stratton facility, is capable of accommodating an additional 1.4 million square feet of institutional-quality industrial development.

“We are excited about Zilber’s additional growth in Germantown Gateway Corporate Park. The two new industrial buildings will be high quality additions to the Germantown community,” said Dean Wolter, Germantown village president.

The new speculative facilities, commonly known as Zilber Industrial 2 and Zilber Industrial 3 at Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, feature 30-foot clear heights, high bay LED warehouse lighting, ESFR sprinkler systems and are designed to accommodate industrial manufacturing and distribution users from 50,000 square feet up to 200,000 square feet.