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Friday Photos: Bronzeville Rising
Friday Photos

Bronzeville Rising

New apartment complex, new Black Holocaust Museum.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens
Eyes on Milwaukee

Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens

City aims to cultivate artistic community instead of demolishing homes.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Brewers’ Hill Condos Move Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

Brewers’ Hill Condos Move Forward

Plan Commission okays seven "beautifully proportioned" townhomes.

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Groundbreaking for $17 million development and reopened Black Holocaust Museum.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Select Apartment Developer
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Select Apartment Developer

Up-and-coming development firm will build 90-unit building

Good Hope Library Moves Forward

Good Hope Library Moves Forward

New library, 65-unit apartment complex, green space and parking lots

Eyes on Milwaukee: My 5 Milwaukee Valentines
Eyes on Milwaukee

My 5 Milwaukee Valentines

From rising stars to an angry sheriff, the Milwaukeeans who most deserve some love.

Council Okays Garfield Development

Council Okays Garfield Development

City TID will help finance Bronzeville development including Black Holocaust Museum.

Changes in Garfield School Development Plan

Changes in Garfield School Development Plan

High costs of converting school building at 4th and Garfield will mean 30 rather than 60 apartment units.

The Return of ACRE

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $200

The Return of ACRE

The Return of ACRE

The successful program training minorities in real estate, disbanded in 2010, is being revived by a group of partners.

City People: Melissa Goins
City People

Melissa Goins

How a onetime correctional sergeant built a career in real estate development.

MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit back for a second year
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MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit back for a second year

Event showcases resources available to aspiring business owners.

Humility hogs all the attention at “Envisioning the Seen”
Photo Gallery: Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future
Photo Gallery

Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee's future, in photos.

Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th
Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th

The Pabst Theater plays host to Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee's Future tonight, June 18th. Ten Milwaukeeans and two moderators will hold an open-ended, fireside-style discussion, followed by an audience question and answer period.