The first project to come to the 140-acre tax increment financing district site in Germantown had its official groundbreaking Tuesday. By April 1, 2019, Briggs & Stratton plans to be operating out of its 700,000-square-foot facility on the Holy Hill Road property.
The property, dubbed the Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, has enough space for another 1.4 million square feet of development. Opening up the land for development involved several companies, the Village of Germantown, the county and the state governments.
Germantown Village Board president, Dean Wolter said the development of the Zilber Property Group-owned land will be, “the catalyst to develop in this area of the village for the next 20 years.”