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In Public: The Space is the Place
How the owners of Comet, Hi Hat and Bel Air Cantina have changed the city. - Jul 26th, 2013 by Tom Bamberger
Photo Gallery: A Peek Inside Pizza Man
The new Downer Avenue restaurant is almost done, as our photos show. - Jul 24th, 2013 by Dave Reid
Friday Photos: Whimsy Walks
Milwaukee's first whimsy walk arrived on Cathedral Square this week. More to come? - Jun 28th, 2013 by Dave Reid
Eyes on Milwaukee: The New Third Ward Alterra’s Design
Here are the renderings of a design that embraces the street and bicycle culture. - Apr 30th, 2013 by Dave Reid
Banish the Freeway’s Gloom!
Design winners attempt to brighten the gloomy passageway between downtown Milwaukee and the Historic Third Ward. - Jun 13th, 2012 by Dave Reid
PARK(ing) Day 2011!
Once again this year UrbanMilwaukee.com will be hosting a PARK(ing) Day event in downtown Milwaukee PARK(ing) Day takes place on September 16th, 2011 and is quite simply a public space intervention. The UrbanMilwaukee.com installation will be located near the corner of Mason Street and Milwaukee Street from noon to 2 p.m. - Sep 8th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Cafe Hollander Opens Milwaukee’s Third On-street Bike Corral
Last week marked the installation of another on-street bike corral in Milwaukee. The newest on-street bike corral is located at Cafe Hollander on Milwaukee's East Side. - Aug 2nd, 2011 by Dave Reid
Alterra Opens Milwaukee’s First On-Street Bike Corral
Cities such as Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, and Minneapolis have install on-street bike parking in recent years, and now you can add Milwaukee to the list. - May 7th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Storefront Design Updates
Two small projects, one in East Town and the other on the East Side, are currently taking an existing poor design situation and attempting to activate the street through new designs. - Apr 11th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Alterra to Introduce On-Street Bike Parking to Milwaukee (Renderings)
Back on Park(ING) Day we wrote about the possibility of on-street bike corrals, and how small changes to the built environment can help make for a better, more interesting Milwaukee. But to create those small changes we need the City of Milwaukee and local businesses to work together to get things rolling. - Jan 19th, 2011 by Dave Reid
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