The developers behind the Global Water Center purchased a nearby building with the intentions of creating a second office for water-related technology and start up companies.
The President of the Global Water Center says that construction will begin this fall and will be ready for tenants come fall 2016.
"We're getting a lot of interest from other parts of the world," Amhaus said. "They want to try it."
The Global Water Center has been a catalyst for additional construction and improvement in the area, even helping to reinforce Milwaukee's position as "The Silicon Valley of Freshwater Research and Technology." To learn more about this FirstPathway Partners project, click here.