The ever-popular Washington Square has gotten a new tenant, but it’s not a tech company.

Brisky Commercial Real Estate has moved into the complex after being attracted by the recent improvements to Washington Square and the pull to be downtown, according to an announcement by the firm.

“We are proud to be a part of the migration downtown.” said Brian Brisky, the company's president and principal broker, in a statement. “This is a productive environment that both our staff and clients appreciate. We are glad to be a tenant of this recently revitalized building.”

The company is still keeping its office in Superior, Wis., but the new Minneapolis space will now operate as its corporate office. Last week, Slumberland Furniture announced it selected Brisky and Cushman & Wakefield NorthMarq to help lease its new headquarters in Oakdale.

The 22-story rectangular tower at 100 Washington has undergone interior renovations and has snagged several prized tenants including software companies Code42, which recently signed a lease, and JAMF Software, which moved in last summer.

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