The 30th Street Corridor is an area ripe for both industrial and commercial development. Businesses in the corridor are supported by the 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation, a non-profit member-based organization that advocates on behalf of the corridor and provides a wealth of services and technical assistance to member firms. Additional assets of the corridor include:
- National rail line access connecting to Milwaukee's Port on Lake Michigan, offering world-wide shipping access.
- Local infrastructure providing close access to major interstate highways.
- Large metro-area labor pool.
- Comparatively low cost space.
- City, county, state, and federal resources available for all phases of manufacturing development, including assistance with business start-up or expansion, redevelopment, land assembly, and environmental remediation.
- Business Improvment District covering much of the 30th Street Corridor
- A variety of development sites, including a prime 145 acre inner-urban site available for industrial and business redevelopment.
- Comprehensive database of all industrially zoned properties in the corridor.