Westown is the neighborhood representing the west side of downtown Milwaukee. The neighborhood is represented by the Westown Association, a business improvement district and membership based organization.
Articles Referencing Westown
Jul 17th, 2014 by Dave Reid
Art, music, community and… shopping. Yes, it was all happening at the Night Market.
Jul 11th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Part public art, part market, new pavilion on W. Wisconsin Ave. replaces surface parking.
Jul 3rd, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
UWM’s naming rights for old U.S. Cellular Arena could change where new NBA arena is built -- and what happens to Bradley Center.
Jun 27th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
City unveils sign system to guide drivers to garages with available parking spots.
Jun 27th, 2014 by Lisa Bonvissuto
Joshua Janis is building an empire of fruit smoothies, one cafe at a time.
Jun 25th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Worried about the cost, Gov. Walker and WEDC have halted program with big benefits for Milwaukee.
Press Releases Referencing Westown
Jul 10th, 2014 by Terry Witkowski
Alderman Witkowski news conference will call for changes in board structures
Mayor Tom Barrett and the Department of Public Works Announce New Advanced Parking Guidance System in Downtown MilwaukeeJun 25th, 2014 by City of Milwaukee
Electronic signs with parking information are “live”
Jun 17th, 2014 by Visit Milwaukee
NAWCC is expecting 1,500 attendees from across the country at its 2014 National Convention from June 17-21 at the Wisconsin Center.
Jun 4th, 2014 by Milwaukee Downtown BID 21
Signaling the start of summer, Milwaukee Downtown, Business Improvement District #21 will roll out two programs tomorrow – Downtown Dining Week and the Milwaukee Trolley Loop.
Jun 3rd, 2014 by Joe Davis, Sr.
Milwaukee will play host to a business forum tomorrow that will highlight the opportunities for investment in and trade with the Southeast Asian nation.
May 7th, 2014 by Greater Milwaukee Committee
Installations and programming along West Wisconsin Ave. & Beerline Trail to enact creative placemaking