LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - The former Globe University building in Onalaska has a new owner.
Gundersen Health System bought the building for a little less than $4 million after Globe University lost its ability to offer financial aid and closed the campus in December.
Gundersen plans to lease the building to Quartz Health Plan, who will use the building for office space.
Quartz has a total of more than 270,000 customers and handles insurance products for Gundersen Health Plan, Unity Health Insurance and Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation.
Quartz is currently leasing space at Gundersen's Onalaska Campus.
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