Plenty of HorneDec 18th, 2014 by Michael Horne
New library on Mitchell St. could bring "Third Ward-caliber energy" to the south side neighborhood, John Gurda predicts.
Murphy’s LawDec 18th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
His “$100 million gift” to Greater Milwaukee Foundation will gain him huge tax break for supporting new NBA arena.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeDec 17th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The modest skyline at the time was also dominated by St. John's Cathedral, before its first tower was replaced.
Eyes on MilwaukeeDec 16th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Minority of aldermen were able to use city charter provision to delay project for one month, but a majority seems poised to approve it.
Milwaukee ArchitectureDec 15th, 2014 by Christopher Hillard
From grain elevators to art centers to university buildings, the impact of this bold 20th Century style can be seen in Milwaukee.
Friday PhotosDec 12th, 2014 by Michael Horne
The $19.5 million, 133-unit apartment complex along the river will fill in one of the last developable pieces of land on the Beerline.
Plenty of HorneDec 12th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Russ Klisch and I set out to rescue a massive old urinal from a tavern about to be torn down. Then things got complicated.
Dec 12th, 2014 by Edgar Mendez
City's Public Library Building and Development Committee votes not to move forward on either proposal.
Dec 11th, 2014 by Sharon McGowan
15 organizations are nominated for the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation.
Eyes on MilwaukeeDec 10th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Public Works Committee votes to send streetcar proposal to full council, setting up a showdown Dec. 16th.
House ConfidentialDec 10th, 2014 by Michael Horne
The new assemblyman lives in an 1870s building once used for rooming houses, but now elegantly refurbished, like most of the neighborhood.
Dec 10th, 2014 by Edgar Mendez
Business Improvement District and Newaukee working to improve key but "stagnant" strip formerly known as S. 16th Street.