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Eyes on Milwaukee: City Approves Funds for Sherman Park Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Approves Funds for Sherman Park Project

New market will open in former bank.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Sherman Phoenix Continues to Rise
Eyes on Milwaukee

Sherman Phoenix Continues to Rise

Committee approves financing support for Sherman Park market.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Sherman Park Project Moves Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

Sherman Park Project Moves Forward

Sherman Phoenix project will rise from ashes of old bank with small city grant.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Okays Couture Sewer Subsidy
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Okays Couture Sewer Subsidy

But this won't be a precedent for future deals, a city official says.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Couture’s Surprise Sewer Being Moved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Couture’s Surprise Sewer Being Moved

Previously unknown sewer will cost city $2 million to move

City Panel Okays Big Westown Upgrades

City Panel Okays Big Westown Upgrades

Re-doing Grand Theatre for MSO, new Bon Ton contract, major street upgrades.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Postman Square, City’s Newest Park
Eyes on Milwaukee

Postman Square, City’s Newest Park

But it does have a long history. The park's roots trace back to 1889.

Will Bucks’ Plaza Be Public or Private?

Will Bucks’ Plaza Be Public or Private?

Team wants 4th Street closed, but will this create a town square or just team profits?

Redevelopment Authority board approves plan

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $35

Redevelopment Authority board approves plan
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Redevelopment Authority board approves plan

Funds endorsed for $2.3M Fifth Street rebuild in Walker’s Point
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Funds endorsed for $2.3M Fifth Street rebuild in Walker’s Point

City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $50

City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End
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City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End

Friday Photos: Presenting the Posner Building Apartments
Friday Photos

Presenting the Posner Building Apartments

Huge, almost entirely vacant building transforming into 105 apartments on key downtown corner

Eyes on Milwaukee: Posner Building To Become Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Posner Building To Become Apartments

Highly visible, mostly vacant building in Westown being restored.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bike Share Launching in 2014
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bike Share Launching in 2014

Phase I of bike share program will have at least 28 stations and 250 bikes, thanks to a federal grant.

Photo Gallery: Ground Breaking Day in the Park East
Photo Gallery

Ground Breaking Day in the Park East

A flock of public officials turned out to celebrate the Avenir, a $20.7 million, 104-unit mixed-use building that begins construction.

Best of Doors Open: Inside the Global Water Center
Best of Doors Open

Inside the Global Water Center

Our photos capture a beautiful facility focused on beefing up the city's research and innovation.

Plenty of Horne: Streetcar Social
Plenty of Horne

Streetcar Social

Gathering of notables tracks the route of proposed streetcar. And HGTV comes to town to film a straw-bale home.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bike Sharing and Permeable Pavement
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bike Sharing and Permeable Pavement

City committee approves spending $100,000 on bike sharing in Walker’s Point, and the MMSD will experiment with permeable pavement.

The Story of Fund Milwaukee

The Story of Fund Milwaukee

A remarkable group of small fry investors have raised $300,000 to fund start-up businesses in the city.

The Chatter: The Chicago Challenge
The Chatter

The Chicago Challenge

Economic cooperation with our massive neighbor could help Milwaukee. But Gov.Scott Walker stands in the way.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Free Bus Rides, Moneyball and Renderings, Crime on Buses Way Down, and More
Eyes on Milwaukee

Free Bus Rides, Moneyball and Renderings, Crime on Buses Way Down, and More

Welcome to the fourth installment of Eyes on Milwaukee. This week we take a look at free bus rides for St. Patrick's Day, the idea of applying Moneyball principles to project renderings, how Police Chief Flynn has apparently managed to cut in half the service calls originated from MCTS buses, the notion of a new union for UWM, and more.

The Reed Street Yards is Worth the Investment

The Reed Street Yards is Worth the Investment

"It has been vacant for decades," said Dan Casanova, of the Department of City Development. The 17-acre property known as the Reed Street Yards is located between South 6th Street and South 3rd Street just across from the Harley-Davidson Museum in Walker's Point. This property has been targeted by the City of Milwaukee as the potential epicenter of Milwaukee's water industry. The property itself, despite being centrally located, has sat vacant for years, and currently has no infrastructure, such as roads and sewers that are necessary to support future development.

City Moves Forward With Water Initiative

City Moves Forward With Water Initiative

Planning for the future of Milwaukee as the Fresh Coast appears to be moving ahead.