A new Qdoba Mexican Grill has opened on Brady Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Designed and built by The Redmond Company, this brand-new building seamlessly blends in with the historic architecture of the trendy Brady Street neighborhood. Featuring an outdoor patio and balcony eating area, the indoor/outdoor design of the building allows restaurant-goers to continue their Brady Street experience, even while inside enjoying delicious Mexican Eats!
Learn more about the Qdoba Mexican Grill project on Brady Street, and see a list of additional Qdoba projects that Redmond has completed.
The Redmond Company is pleased to be one of The Business Journal’s Real Estate Award recipients. Johnson Bank in Brookfield, WI, a LEED accredited construction project, was awarded second place in the “Best New Development–Office” category.
Projects were considered based on their impact on the Southeastern Wisconsin community, and if they were financially successful. A panel of The Business Journal editors and judges from the real estate and architecture communities reviewed the fifty initial nominations, and decided on eleven first place winners and six second place winners in twelve categories.
The Redmond Company’s recent branch for Port Washington State Bank, located in Cedarburg, WI, has won the Mayor’s Community Enhancement Award. This award is given to those projects that add charm and beauty to the City through remodeling and renovation of area buildings.
“We selected The Redmond Company based on a great past experience we had with them on a ground-up facility. Everyone from the design team to the construction crews at Redmond was very sensitive to our needs on this renovation/addition and as a result, we had no interruption in business. Both the Bank and the community couldn’t be more proud of the finished facility. We would strongly recommend Redmond and their dedicated team of professionals for anyone’s construction needs,” said Steve Schowalter, President & CEO of Port Washington State Bank.
The Redmond Company is proud to announce that two of its Walgreens construction projects (27th Street and National Avenue, and Oakland Avenue and Locust Street) have won Mayor’s Urban Design Awards.
The Walgreens Oakland location won in the category of “Best Face Forward,” and the 27th Street location won in the category of “Plays Well With Others”. Awards are given to buildings with unique and innovative designs that complement the diversity of Milwaukee’s neighborhoods and enhance the City’s image.
Both locations were designed by The Albion Group. Brian Cummings, owner of MRED-Cummings, was the developer for the 27th and National location and a co-developer for the Oakland location with owner Ted Balistreri. The awards ceremony was held at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning.