Why The Barry Company?
We’re an award-winning commercial real estate brokerage with a 100-year history of navigating complex commercial, industrial, office and land transactions.
There are multiple aspects to every deal, and our expert brokers are well versed in all facets of real estate due to their comprehensive corporate backgrounds. Our roots are in Southeastern Wisconsin, but we attract clients throughout the United States by offering a smaller — more personalized — boutique approach. With our proven track record of success, The Barry Company is your trusted partner for all your commercial real estate needs.
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Cool Timeline “Deal Of The year” Win for 34 Acre Land Sale To First Industrial And 388,000 SF Build-To-Suit QuadGraphics Lease Colliers Barry sells 176,000 SF Bemis Manufacturing facility in Menomonee Falls to Towne Investments for Actuant Corp. future HQ Colliers Barry joins Cassidy Turley, changes name to Cassidy Turley Barry “Deal of the Year” win for Seda International Packaging’s North American headquarters in Mt. Pleasant, Wis. “Deal of the Year” win for the sale of Harley-Davidson’s Franklin, Wis. distribution facility The Barry Company retains local ownership and revives its historic BARRY brand, concentrating on servicing clients in Southeast Wisconsin and beyond “Deal of the Year” wins in both Industrial and Investment categories “Deal of the Year” wins in both Office and Industrial categories The Barry Company Wins “Deal Of The Year” For The Sale Of 3.1 Acres Of Land And Buildings For Development of a Residential Campus The Barry Company Wins “Deal Of The Year” For The Sale-Leaseback Of The 170,000 SF Harken World Headquarters In Pewaukee The Barry Company Wins “Deal Of The Year” For Tenant Representation Of The Bradly Foundation And Sale Of Historic Lion House The Barry Company Celebrates It’s 100th Year The Barry Company wins “Deal of the Year” for brokering the development sale of land for the new Milwaukee Public Museum