Downtown Milwaukee is the city’s most urban neighborhood running from the lakefront to Interstate 43, and St. Paul Ave to Ogden and McKinley Ave.
Articles Referencing Downtown
Apr 18th, 2014 by Michael Horne
If not for an obnoxiously insistent mayor, the Bradley Center would have been built in the Menomonee Valley.
Apr 15th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Museum staff wanted more gallery space, even if it meant ruining Jim Shields design for the new addition.
Apr 10th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
The once-tiny awards show is now a prestige event that packed the Pfister ballroom while another crowd watched the show streamed.
Apr 3rd, 2014 by Dave Reid
Common Council members all complain about the TIF for Boston Store, then pass it 11-3.
Mar 26th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Early voting already underway for spring election, and memorials planned for Debra Usinger and Donna Schlieman.
Mar 25th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The street also known as Wisconsin Ave. exemplified the conflict between dueling developers on each side of the river.
Press Releases Referencing Downtown
Apr 18th, 2014 by Milwaukee Downtown BID 21
Downtown Milwaukee’s trolley service, the Milwaukee Trolley Loop presented by VISIT Milwaukee, will roll out Thursday, June 5.
Milwaukee Bucks President and Owner Herb Kohl Introduces New Team Ownership and Announces $100 Million Gift for ArenaApr 16th, 2014 by Press Release
Herb Kohl, Milwaukee Bucks President and Owner, today announced that he has entered into a signed purchase agreement to transfer ownership of the Bucks to Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry.
Apr 16th, 2014 by Chris Abele
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele welcomes back some of the best food on wheels when Food Truck Thursday returns to the Courthouse on Thursday, April 17th.
Apr 16th, 2014 by Press Release
Project committed to providing opportunities to local residents, small businesses
Apr 11th, 2014 by Chris Abele
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele will officially reopen 10th Street in front of the Courthouse at 3pm today.
Mar 25th, 2014 by Tony Zielinski
City employees would have the option of taking off on March 31 annually as a holiday observing the birthday of American labor and civil rights champion Cesar E. Chavez.