Publisher, and co-founder, Urban Milwaukee, Inc. Dave currently lives in East Town and has become a strong advocate for urbanist ideals. In 2008 he started the organization UWM Downtown in an attempt to convince UWM that expansion of UWM's College of Engineering and Applied Science should be located in downtown Milwaukee, not in Wauwatosa. In October 2009 he was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Friends of Lakeshore State Park. He believes for Milwaukee to grow we need to improve mass transit, encourage density, and promote place making. Follow Dave on Twitter http://twitter.com/reiddave
Photo Gallery: New East Library Complex Rising
Will The Standard set a new standard for local libraries? Our photos capture progress of construction.
Friday Photos: A Home for Artists
MIAD has made great progress on its six-story student housing project.
Photo Gallery: Ground Breaking Day in the Park East
A flock of public officials turned out to celebrate the Avenir, a $20.7 million, 104-unit mixed-use building that begins construction.
Eyes on Milwaukee: Strip Club Coming to Downtown?
City committee rules against exotic nightclub on Old World Third, then seems to open door to a location across from Bradley Center.
Friday Photos: First Downtown Office Building in 12 Years
Work has started on the Pabst Business Center, and our photos capture the progress.
Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Approves 6-Story East Side Apartments
City Plan Commission unanimously approves proposed, 100-unit apartment complex.
Friday Photos: Casino Construction
While the Menominee wait to hear if they can build a casino, the Potawatomi Casino Hotel is moving toward completion.
Eyes on Milwaukee: More Northwestern Mutual Skyscraper Renderings
Northwestern Mutual’s new office tower isn’t just a skyscraper.
Eyes on Milwaukee: City Authority Okays New Beerline Buildings
RACM approves two apartment buildings with 113 units that will increase density on N. Commerce St.
Eyes on Milwaukee: They Like It, They Really Like It
East Side Architectural Review Board unanimously approves design for 6-story, 100-unit Greenwich Park Apartments