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WEDC contributed $650,000 toward a $13 million project to clean up and enable reuse of the former Mirro Manufacturing plant. As a result of the project, Skana Aluminum brought 110 jobs to the site. PECFA funds were also used for the project.

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WEDC contributed $250,000 toward the $1.3 million renovation of the long-vacant building at 531 North Main Street. The building will now house the headquarters of DealerFire, a web design and internet marketing firm, while simultaneously creating an incubator/co-working space to foster additional entrepreneurial development in the city. The firm expanded as part of the move, adding 123 additional jobs and investing an additional $1 million in equipment and training.

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Waterloo received $800,000 in Idle Sites Redevelopment funding for redevelopment of a 20-acre vacant RR Donnelly industrial site in downtown Waterloo along the Maunesha River. The site will be home to a $17 million mixed-use development planned to include infill apartment redevelopment, a senior housing campus, manufacturing warehouse expansion and renovation of headquarters facilities for a tech hub and data center.

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WEDC contributed $762,500 in two grants (Site Assessment and Brownfields) toward a $100 million project to create an innovation campus on an 89-acre site in Wauwatosa. An additional $12 million in TIF funding was provided by the city. The grant facilitated cleanup of the site of a former hospital and children’s home on which foundry sand was discovered. EPA funds were also used in the project. Today, the site includes an innovation accelerator, office space and a hotel.

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