630 Third Street

Contact:  Holster Management

Phone:  715-845-8486

Kleinheinz Dairy Building

Contact:  Christine Van De Yacht

Phone:  715-571-3886

Historic 1920’s red brick building located in Wausau’s vibrant central business district is in search of a suitable tenant (or tenants) who appreciate a non-traditional, creative, urban neighborhood setting.  Building is within walking distance to C-Store, gas station, several restaurants and retailers with easy access to I-39 and Bus Hwy 52 and is situated between two arterial streets.

This former manufacturing plant’s prime downtown location features plenty of core and shell space that can be renovated to meet the needs of a non-traditional tenant with a modern, open plan and plenty of natural light and large windows.  Tenant will have the opportunity to work with the building owner to create a one-of-a-kind, modern space for their business.  Plans to fully renovate this building include all new mechanical systems; heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical service, as well as the addition of new energy efficient windows and a new roof. Tenant’s input will be critical in selecting new flooring, finishes, and fixtures—to create a space that meets their specific needs.

Located on a newly reconstructed street featuring brick pavers and decorative street lights, curb and gutter, this building offers up to 5,500 square feet – or could be separated into two separate tenant spaces of approximately 3,500 square feet and 2,000 square feet respectively.  Included in the building’s refurbishment plans will be a newly paved and landscaped area that features off-street employee parking, outdoor green space, and on-street parking for customers. 

If the building was divided into two tenant units, West facing space plans features approximately 2,000 square feet on two floors of large double hung windows, historic millwork, fir floors, high ceilings, an open stairway and two new restrooms.  Light floods this space that would be beautifully suited for a professional office; attorney, accountant, insurance agency, etc.  East side space features a wide open floor plan and wood trusses that span the former manufacturing production space.  Windows on the east, south and north sides flood the space with light.  Tall, 1.5 story ceilings will provide a one-of-a-kind, industrial urban space for your employees and customers.  Once renovated, plans include a polished concrete floor, and large window walls.  An elevated outdoor patio area will be an additional feature.  The eastern side of the building offers approximately 3,500 square feet that would be suitable for a creative office space, retailer, micro-brewery or artist studio. 

If you’re thinking about relocating or expanding your business and would like its new home to be a one-of-a-kind urban adaptive reuse, creative environment, please call for more information and a personal tour of this property.