Foxconn is poised to buy another building, this one in downtown Madison. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/11/2019)
While Foxconn continues to acquire property, there has been little evidence of significant activity so far at the buildings it says will become innovation centers. In Green Bay, where Foxconn paid $9.25 million in November for a downtown building eyed as the site of one of the innovation centers, no city permits for remodeling have been sought yet, a development department official said Thursday.The other links:
Foxconn eyeing office buildingnear state Capitol. (Milwaukee Business News, 3/5/2018)
Foxconn looking at office space onCapitol Square. (Wisconsin State Journal, 3/6/2019)
Foxconn may be thinking aboutbuying a building on the Capitol Square in Madison. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/6/2019)
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Foxconn wants to buy more Wisconsin real estate, executive says. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/27/2018)
The land a Foxconn-related company bought in Kenosha County in late December may be just the first of multiple acquisitions Foxconn Technology Group makes outside the site of its planned manufacturing campus.
In an interview last weekend, Louis Woo, special assistant to Foxconn Chairman and CEO Terry Gou, signaled that the electronics manufacturer wants to buy property beyond the site of its planned, $10 billion production campus on nearly 1,200 acres in Racine County.
Foxconn announced last month that it will buy a seven-story office building in downtown Milwaukee for use as a regional headquarters, innovation center and product showcase.
And we know how quickly that downtown Milwaukee "innovation center and product showcase" has been moving forward!