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Wyman Winston, Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority Executive Director.

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WHEDA Foundation Awards $500,000 in 2017 Housing Grants
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WHEDA Foundation Awards $500,000 in 2017 Housing Grants

Special-needs housing providers to create or improve more than 542 beds/units

Register now for WHEDA Single Family Homeownership Conference
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Register now for WHEDA Single Family Homeownership Conference

Early registration ends September 3, 2017. Registrations will be accepted up to September 22, 2017.

Governor Walker Unveils $11.1 Million in Small Business Financing
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Governor Walker Unveils $11.1 Million in Small Business Financing

Which will provide new financing opportunities for the Transform Milwaukee area as well as statewide.

Plenty of Horne: Harbor District To Have 40 “Habitat Hotels”
Plenty of Horne

Harbor District To Have 40 “Habitat Hotels”

Planning for district's 1000-acre site nearly done. "Hotels" naturalize sheet pilings.

Registration underway for WHEDA Conference 2017
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Registration underway for WHEDA Conference 2017

Well-known country recording artist and author, Jimmy Wayne is the featured keynote speaker.

WHEDA provides a housing grant to help tornado victims in Rusk, Barron, and Jackson counties
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WHEDA provides a housing grant to help tornado victims in Rusk, Barron, and Jackson counties

WHEDA’s Natural Disaster Grants are used to assist with short-term, emergency housing needs.

WHEDA to Help Restore Soldiers Home

WHEDA to Help Restore Soldiers Home

$1.4 million in low-income housing tax credits for 1860s “Old Main” building.

WHEDA Awards Five Milwaukee Projects $3.3 Million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
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WHEDA Awards Five Milwaukee Projects $3.3 Million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credits

26 projects expected to create more than 1,300 affordable housing units statewide

Finally, Greenwich Park Apartments Opens

Finally, Greenwich Park Apartments Opens

The six-story apartment building has a mix of affordable and market rate units.

WHEDA unveils new app: Find a WHEDA Lender
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WHEDA unveils new app: Find a WHEDA Lender

New tool marks start of spring home buying season

Governor Walker Announces Changes to Guarantee Loan Program for Wisconsin Dairy Farmers and Milk Processors
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Governor Walker Announces Changes to Guarantee Loan Program for Wisconsin Dairy Farmers and Milk Processors

The loan guarantees reduce financial risk and exposure to lenders while ensuring that farmers and businesses have access to low-cost capital.

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

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

Rep. Goyke Appointed to WHEDA Board
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Rep. Goyke Appointed to WHEDA Board

"I look forward to the opportunity to promote access to quality housing for all Wisconsinites."

30th Street Corridor Wins $200,000 Grant

30th Street Corridor Wins $200,000 Grant

Federal green infrastructure grant could help transform area some call “Blackfish Bay.”

Northwest Side CDC Advancing The North Corridor Vision
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Northwest Side CDC Advancing The North Corridor Vision

Keynote and discussion presented “The 30th Street Corridor Like You’ve Never Seen It Before”

Transform Milwaukee Strategic Action Plan Receives Award By American Planning Association – Wisconsin Chapter
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Transform Milwaukee Strategic Action Plan Receives Award By American Planning Association – Wisconsin Chapter

American Planning Association – Wisconsin Chapter recognizes team’s exceptional planning effort

Eyes on Milwaukee: Apartment Hunting in Milwaukee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Apartment Hunting in Milwaukee

A close-up look at eight new apartment buildings in Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside the New Mercantile Lofts
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside the New Mercantile Lofts

Former International Building now has 36 apartments. View the units and restored mural.

WHEDA Awards Nine Milwaukee Projects Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
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WHEDA Awards Nine Milwaukee Projects Low-Income Housing Tax Credits

28 projects expected to create more than 1,300 affordable housing units statewide

Milwaukee’s Infrastructure Challenges

Milwaukee’s Infrastructure Challenges

Public Policy Forum panelists agree: Federal money is becoming a less reliable source of infrastructure funding.

Corridor of Dreams: Celebrating the First Homeowner in New Program
Corridor of Dreams

Celebrating the First Homeowner in New Program

Happy press conference as program combining government, banks and non-profits brings homeowners back to city.

Corridor of Dreams: Putting the Pieces Together
Corridor of Dreams

Putting the Pieces Together

Can the 15 year project revive an area that’s been in decline for 50 years? Last story in a series.

Plenty of Horne: Is Barry Mandel the Michael Jordan of Development?
Plenty of Horne

Is Barry Mandel the Michael Jordan of Development?

Barrett rhapsodizes over developer at groundbreaking of North End III. And Fresh Thyme owner adds praise of Mandel style.

Corridor of Dreams: The Problem of Foreclosed Homes
Corridor of Dreams

The Problem of Foreclosed Homes

Housing must be improved if a rehabbed 30th Street Corridor is to succeed. Part 4 of a series.

Can Milwaukee Repeat the Menomonee Valley’s Success?

Can Milwaukee Repeat the Menomonee Valley’s Success?

Public Policy Forum highlights seven keys to the success of the Menomonee Valley.

Corridor of Dreams: Can 30th Street Corridor Be Reclaimed?
Corridor of Dreams

Can 30th Street Corridor Be Reclaimed?

The redevelopment effort includes a huge swath of the city, and countless players and plans. First of a series.

Maskani Place Opens in Harambee Neighborhood
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Maskani Place Opens in Harambee Neighborhood

Homeless families get a fresh start in empowering and green environment

Plenty of Horne: Marcus Prize-Winner’s New Installation Unveiled
Plenty of Horne

Marcus Prize-Winner’s New Installation Unveiled

Tokyo-based architect Sou Fujimoto gets the $100,000 Marcus Prize and works with students to create a temporary installation at Prospect and Ogden.

King Drive Commons Development Improves North Side

King Drive Commons Development Improves North Side

Team of developers create townhomes at Center and MLK Dr.

The North End Phase Two Groundbreaking Photos

The North End Phase Two Groundbreaking Photos

A ceremonial groundbreaking took place at the corner of Pleasant and Water streets today for the Portrait and Silhouette buildings at The North End, collectively known as Phase Two of The North End. A number of public officials were on hand representing the large number of public funding sources required to get the project off the ground (or more aptly, in the ground) with the state of private financing for development.