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New tenant moves into downtown Green Bay WaterMark building

7:56 AM, Apr. 11, 2013  |  Comments
WaterMark's first tenant
WaterMark's first tenant: After years of false starts and frustration, the WaterMark office building in downtown Green Bay welcomed its first tenant, C.H. Robinson.
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C.H. Robinson hosted a ribbon cutting Wednesday for its new offices in the WaterMark building, 115-5 Pine St.

C.H. Robinson, a transportation logistics company based in Minnesota, moved its branch office from Ashwaubenon to the downtown Green Bay riverfront building, becoming its first tenant. The company has 45 employees in the Green Bay office, but expects to double that in the next five years.

WaterMark is the redeveloped former Younkers department store site on the east bank of the Fox River between East Walnut and Main streets. The site includes the Green Bay Children's Museum and Hagemeister Park restaurant, which opened last year.

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