Plenty of HorneMar 4th, 2015 by Michael Horne
Actually, it wasn't really a plan. But it was a press conference.
Mar 4th, 2015 by Virginia Small
Provisions buried in budget bill eliminate protected status of conserved forest, the sole natural area on UWM campus.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeMar 3rd, 2015 by Jeff Beutner
A fleet of GM Cartercars at the downtown Engine House One, located on Broadway since 1872.
Mar 3rd, 2015 by Edgar Mendez
Second redevelopment plan for area envisions Riverwalk and food and beverage manufacturing district.
Plats and ParcelsMar 2nd, 2015 by Dave Reid
Will entire city block be used to build 1,000 car parking garage? And will The Couture dispute ever get settled?
Data WonkMar 2nd, 2015 by Bruce Thompson
So says a recent study. But is the data more than a passing fad?
Plenty of HorneFeb 27th, 2015 by Michael Horne
It will be a test market for the nation: new lounge with attractive "spokesmodels" would promote smokeless electronic cigarettes made by R.J. Reynolds.
Friday PhotosFeb 27th, 2015 by Dave Reid
New building in The Brewery, named after Capt. Frederick Pabst, will feature 100 apartments plus parking.
IntersectionFeb 26th, 2015 by Rachel Quednau
It’s almost an empty wasteland. It can’t get worse, but how much can it improve?
Milwaukee ArchitectureFeb 25th, 2015 by Christopher Hillard
From the 1840s until World War II, Milwaukee built an interesting variety of homes, many still standing.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeFeb 24th, 2015 by Jeff Beutner
The third Chapman's store was built in 1885 and would remain in business nearly a century.
Plats and ParcelsFeb 23rd, 2015 by Dave Reid
Some pan the design of proposed Bay View "gateway" project. Meanwhile, the Dover Street School project hits a snag.