Plexus to Move to New $18M HQ PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 10 April 2008 09:13
NEENAH, WIPlexus Corp. announced today it will move its corporate headquarters to a new $18 million office building in downtown Neenah, WI.
 
The four-story, 94,000 sq.-ft. building will bring 325 employees into the city’s business district, Plexus says.
 
Chicago-based commercial developer, Opus North Corp., will lease the building to Plexus, according to a published report.
 
Construction is set to begin in October, with Plexus moving in the fall of 2009.
 
The office is expected to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2008 09:13
 

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