Clock Shadow Building tenants aren’t simply filling a space — rather, they’re essential partners in the success of the building. Tenants include independent and locally-owned businesses that strive to:
• Find and implement solutions to local sustainability issues;
• Source products from businesses with similar values, through fair exchanges, with a preference for local procurement;
• Provide employees a healthy workplace with meaningful living-wage jobs;
• Offer customers useful, safe, and quality products and services; and
• Use their business practices to support an inclusive and healthy community, and to protect our natural environment.
Clock Shadow Creamery
Clock Shadow Creamery‘s master cheesemaker Bob Wills is well-known in the industry for crafting his award-winning cheeses with sustainable business practices. From the way he treats his waste water to the way he powers his plant, Bob’s passion for green technology is infused in every aspect of his business. In addition, his business serves to open doors of career opportunity through his apprenticeship programs for young adults. His cheeses will be made onsite and will be available for sale (both retail and wholesale) at the Clock Shadow Building.
Purple Door Ice Cream
Purple Door Ice Cream produces super-premium, homemade ice cream using as many natural, local ingredients as possible. Owners Lauren and Steve Schultz are also committed to supporting local businesses and promoting social and environmental responsibility through the making, marketing and sales of its product line. Their ice cream will be made onsite and will be available for sale (both retail and wholesale).
The Healing Collective of Milwaukee
The Collective was created in 2003 for the purpose of integrating health and wellness services for uninsured and underserved populations living in Milwaukee. The Healing Collective is a collaboration of two health organizations (three programs), each with a different expertise and focus, including:
Aurora Walker’s Point Community Clinic
Aurora Walker’s Point Community Clinic is a free clinic for vulnerable uninsured or underinsured, low income and homeless persons in the community.
CORE/El Centro is a natural healing center that provides alternative healing therapies for underserved and low-income persons.
The Healing Center of Aurora Sinai Medical Center
The Healing Center of Aurora Sinai Medical Center is an innovative advocacy, support and counseling center for survivors of sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Several independent attorneys share office space while practicing law that is committed to fighting for social and economic justice in Milwaukee.