Doing Business In Cudahy
Location: The City of Cudahy, Wisconsin is a suburb located within Milwaukee County
- 6 miles south of Downtown Milwaukee.
- 10 minutes from General Mitchell International Airport and the Amtrak Airport station.
- Driving time to downtown Milwaukee via I-794 is about 15 minutes.
History: The City was incorporated in 1906 and is named for Patrick Cudahy, an American industrialist in the meat packing business. The Patrick Cudahy meat packing plant was purchased by Smithfield in 1984. The Patrick Cudahy by Smithfield brand continues its popular original sweet applewood-smoked bacon today.
- Positioned between one of the world's largest lakes on one side and an international airport on another
- Cudahy's commercial corridor is the primary geographic connection between a gentrifying southern Milwaukee and the city's fast-growing southern suburbs
- Plentiful commercial traffic, convenient proximity for businesses that rely on transportation logistics.
- Traffic Counts
- New generation of younger homeowners, who bring a growing white collar income and an increasing interest in shopping, dining and nightlife options.
- Cudahy Census Data.
- Supply of water, power, sanitary disposal and transportation logistics is among the strongest in Southeastern Wisconsin
- Meets the needs of high volume users
- Less need for future upgrades