The Hudson Professional Building was formerly known as the City of Hudson Municipal Building, housing the public library and Municipal Court. In the summer of 2010, the Library relocated to 700 First Street, and the Court moved to 505 Third Street in City Hall.
Click here for directions to the new Library or Court locations.
Traffic on Vine Street near the building averages 5000-5200 cars per day, and on 2nd/WI-35 there are over 12,000 cars per day. Fourth Street has 1200 cars per day passing. More details can be found on the WI DOT Traffic Volume Map
Hudson is a fast-growing city just 20 minutes from the Minneapolis – Saint Paul Metro and 5 minutes from the border with Minnesota. Located in Wisconsin’s St. Croix County, Hudson is an attractive location for businesses serving both the Twin Cities Metro area and Western Wisconsin. Downtown Hudson, on the bank of the Saint Croix River, is a popular tourist and shopping destination. I-94 through Hudson is a major commuting corridor to and from the Twin Cities, averaging over 70,000 cars per day. Other nearby Wisconsin cities include River Falls, New Richmond, Baldwin, Prescott, Osceola, Menomonie, Spring Valley, Roberts, Sommerset, and Hammond. Nearby cities in Minnesota include Stillwater, Bayport, Taylors Falls, Lake Elmo, Woodbury, and the Twin Cities Eastern Suburbs.
Hudson offers a wide range of activities attracting residents from the surrounding area, as well as the Twin Cities. Seasonal pastimes include boating, ice fishing, and snowmobiling, while year-round activities include antiquing, shopping, and dining.
Renting commercial property in Hudson has financial benefits as well. The state of Wisconsin offers a “Business Friendly” environment, offering tax breaks and other incentives to businesses wishing to start up or move to the state. Costs can be significantly lower than locations in Minnesota, while serving customers in both states. The following links contain information about Wisconsin Business Incentives and Wisconsin Business Taxes and Costs