Nightly News Reports on Ryan Business Park Developments

Posted on Dec 4, 2018 in Insights

The City of Oak Creek fully supported Capstone’s development plans for the proposed Ryan Business Park (RBP).  Originally intended as an 85+ acre business park for multiple warehouse and industrial buildings, RBP’s development plan changed when Hillwood Development Co. LLC began negotiating in earnest to buy 75 acres for a large user.  On November 20, […]

It Took a Long Time…

Posted on Dec 4, 2018 in Deal Structures, Insights, Project Info
It Took a Long Time…

It was about 15 years ago that Capstone’s Mike Faber first began thinking about what has become the Ryan Business Park.  The story of Amazon caught business headlines around Milwaukee and Wisconsin in the fall of 2018.  The background story of Mike’s diligence and perseverance to assemble the land came to light in a Business Journal article […]

Handsome in Brooklyn Park

Posted on Aug 10, 2018 in Insights, Project Info
Handsome in Brooklyn Park

Site work is finishing in Brooklyn Park, MN, where Capstone’s two new warehouse/distribution buildings are attracting the attention of users and brokers.  The exterior painting is complete, adding character to the buildings.  Interior work is proceeding, and we expect work on both buildings to wrap up in September.

Ryan Business Park Draws Interest

Posted on Jul 12, 2018 in Insights reports that the Ryan Business Park may have the interest of two large users.  See the full article with this link.  The article states that an Amazon Fulfillment Center is one of the suitors.

Ryan Business Park Catches Buzz

Posted on Jun 6, 2018 in Insights

Milwaukee is beginning to talk about the Ryan Business Park, Capstone’s latest development project with our partner General Capital Group.  The 85 acre business park is located on Ryan Road immediately east of I-94, making it a very accessible location; a trait valued in today’s real estate market. Much of the land for Ryan Business […]

Brooklyn Park Construction Update

Posted on May 17, 2018 in Insights

Site work is under way as warm weather replaces the cold winter temperatures and snow in Brooklyn Park.  The Capstone Business Center East and West buildings are fully enclosed.  Work continues inside, even as outside activities are undertaken.  The following are photos from the site camera taken one day apart:

Milwaukee County Land Swap Approved for Ryan Business Park Development

Posted on Mar 22, 2018 in Insights
Milwaukee County Land Swap Approved for Ryan Business Park Development

The Milwaukee County Board approved a land swap, 4 years in the making, that Capstone arranged in a 3 way negotiation with the City of Oak Creek and the County including Supervisor for the District Steve Taylor.  The swap is an exchange of 27 acres of agricultural land, for which Capstone and its partner General […]

Capstone Business Center Buildings Shaping Up

Posted on Mar 9, 2018 in Insights

Work continues on the East and West Buildings at the Capstone Business Center, and at a faster pace now the weather is warming.  The aerial photo, looking north across 93rd Avenue, shows that much progress has been made.  McShane Construction, the general contractor on the project, is working toward an early summer completion.

Construction Proceeding at Capstone Business Park

Posted on Jan 10, 2018 in Insights
Construction Proceeding at Capstone Business Park

Construction on the Capstone Business Center East and West buildings continues as the new year begins.  Precast panels that form the building’s perimeter are placed, and work to install steel structural components continues.  The following is a photo from the site camera:    

Ryan Business Park’s Initial TIF Presentation

Posted on Oct 18, 2017 in Insights

Capstone and Joint Venture partner General Capital Group  took the first steps toward creating a TIF district to develop Ryan Business Park, a Class A business park at 13th Street and Ryan Road, with a presentation to the Oak Creek common council on October 17, 2017.  The business park, which is situated just east of I-94 […]