How fast food and beer will replace milwaukee’s fast food outlet
Fast food and alcohol will be replacing the main Milwaukee outlet of the fast food chain McDonald’s in the next couple of years.
The Milwaukee Business Journal reported that the new fast food location at 1 North Wacker Drive will open in early 2019, but it will likely be a one-time thing.
It’s not a complete closure, however.
McDonald’s will continue to operate a restaurant in the Milwaukee area.
McDonald’s Milwaukee plans to move its corporate headquarters to the new location.
The company said in a statement that it will work with the city of Milwaukee to create a new community center and office space for the company and its employees.
(Courtesy of McDonald’s Milwaukee)”We are thrilled to be in a partnership with the City of Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to create this new, innovative, and vibrant new community space, and we look forward to working with the University to develop a unique, world-class student-centered environment to support the University’s mission of educating students for the future,” McDonald’s spokesman Michael C. Johnson said in the statement.
“The McDonald’s Madison location will be an integral part of our overall commitment to our communities.
We’re looking forward to welcoming many of our Milwaukee customers to enjoy their favorite food and beverage, and welcoming more Milwaukee residents and visitors to our exciting new location,” Johnson added.
In May, McDonald’s opened its first U.S. outlet in the suburbs of Milwaukee.
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