Wangard Partners: Olympia Fields reaches new milestones: Main entrance opens and development of clinical building begins

Oconomowoc – This week, Wangard Partners, Inc. (Wangard), a Milwaukee-based full-service real estate company, will meet new milestones in the development of Olympia Fields, formerly a hotel and conference center known as Olympia Resort, including the opening of the development’s main entrance located at the intersection of Pabst St. and Summit Ave, and the beginning of construction on a new clinical building. 

This week, the main entrance to the Olympia Fields site – the intersection of Pabst St. and Summit Ave – has officially reopened, marking a substantial completion of City infrastructure work. Since June, neighbors have grown accustomed to the heavy machinery and construction around the entrance. Wangard will now begin to remove construction materials and work to add foliage and other features, including the installation of artwork in the central roundabout. 

“Wangard would like to thank all of our neighboring partners for their patience as we worked to reach this milestone,” said Stewart Wangard, Chairman and CEO of Wangard. “This entrance was an important element for Sendik’s Food Market to open this week, a key step as Olympia Fields once again becomes a cornerstone site in Oconomowoc.”

In addition to the opening of the site’s entrance, construction for the new clinical building is set to begin this week, starting with site improvements to the building’s underground utilities and foundation, complete by December of this year. Wangard expects to complete the exterior of the building in early April 2023, including the exterior shell and roof enclosure. Once finished, the clinical building will add 3,200 square feet of space to Olympia Fields. More information on the building’s occupants will be shared in the coming months. 

About Wangard Partners, Inc.

In 1992, Wangard began with the intention of being a different kind of commercial real estate firm, one inspired by a true passion for development. Wangard builds for communities, with communities. Wangard continues to improve the landscape of Southeast Wisconsin, not only by developing high-quality, unique properties, but by creating opportunities for job growth to build a stronger economy. It’s an interrelated operation that enriches the quality of life and creates pride in the local communities. As a result of this vision and commitment, Wangard has emerged as a leading commercial real estate firm in Wisconsin. Wangard Partners is the largest minority-owned developer in the state and has been recognized by its peers as Developer of The Year by The Daily Reporter, for the third year in a row. More information can be found at