Uline Inc. buys land for fourth headquarters office to house hundreds of employees in Pleasant Prairie

Uline Inc. is closer to breaking ground this year on a fourth headquarters office building in Pleasant Prairie after buying land from the village for $8.32 million.

The project, once complete, will give Uline enough office space for an additional 1,300 employees, according to a Thursday emailed response to questions by a company spokesperson. Materials provided to the village earlier this year anticipated 700-full time employees in the office initially, many of whom would relocate from other Uline buildings in the area.

“We will be able to not only grow our total office employee base, but realign various corporate teams with dedicated space as needed,” Uline’s Thursday written statement said.

Uline already has 2,500 employees in the village of Pleasant Prairie across eight buildings, including five warehouses and one that has both corporate office and distribution space.

It is developing more distribution centers in Kenosha and has several others across the U.S., plus others in Mexico and Canada. Uline distributes shipping and packaging materials and industrial supplies, with a catalogue of products exceeding 850 pages.

Uline intends to break ground by the third quarter of this year, setting the stage for Uline to move in during the second quarter of 2026, according to Uline on Thursday.

The three-story, 325,279-square-foot office building will be similar in design to Uline’s other nearby office buildings in the village. More than 57% of the 44.8-acre site is to remain undeveloped.

Read more at the Milwaukee Business Journal.

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