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Neumann Companies now formally owns development, home building partners

Changes to the business structure make large-scale development easier

PEWAUKEE — Neumann Companies WI, Inc. has officially solidified its group of affiliated businesses into the corporation, making large developments across Wisconsin more feasible and straightforward for the organization.


"Neumann Companies have been referred to over the last five years as our group of businesses, but it hasn’t actually had a legal structure," explained Matt Neumann, chairman and CEO of Neumann Companies WI, Inc. "It’s been strictly marketing and branding … but from a legal structure standpoint, they weren’t actually part of Neumann Companies, because Neumann Companies wasn’t actually an entity before."



Wisconsin solar developer looks to expand to Chicago

SunVest expects to double its 2025 pipeline to 3 GW from its current 1.5 GW threshold, with an expectation of 215 MW of operating assets by year end 2023.

Seeking to capitalize on Illinois’ burgeoning solar market and the city’s robust, diverse talent pool in the energy sector, SunVest Solar is opening a new office in downtown Chicago to support its growing team.



Olde Highlander breaks ground for new homes at Olympia Fields redevelopment in Oconomowoc

OCONOMOWOC - A major residential piece of the Olympia Fields multi-purpose redevelopment has broken ground, furthering the effort to remake the city's busiest corridor.

Work on Olde Highlander, the residential development that includes the historic former golf course of the same name near Highway 67, is officially underway, with an initial phase that is expected to include 352 homes that are being marketed as "unique" in terms of housing and lifestyle options.


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