Foxconn buys second downtown Racine building

Foxconn Technology Group acquired its second office building in downtown Racine last week where the manufacturer could create a co-working space for its smart city efforts.

The office building at 1 Main St. sold for $6.25 million, according to state records. Foxconn had announced the planned acquisition in October, saying the building would become “Foxconn Place Racine” and would house at least 125 company employees.

The 44,400-square-foot office building would also house an innovation…

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