2015 Historic Concordia Neighborhood Home Tour: Live, Work and Stay!
On Saturday, June 20th, 2015, Milwaukee’s Historic Concordia Neighborhood will open our doors to the public as we celebrate our annual home tour.
On Saturday, June 20th, 2015, Milwaukee’s Historic Concordia Neighborhood will open our doors to the public as we celebrate our annual home tour. Proceeds of the event benefit Concordia’s neighborhood association, a registered 501(c)(3) dedicated to preserving Concordia’s past while building a strong future for our neighborhood.
Historic Concordia Neighborhood Home Tour
Saturday, June 20th
11:00 am – 5:00 p.m.
900 North 33rd Street
Tickets: $17.00 in advance; $20.00 day of the tour
Please visit www.hcni.org for ticket information and purchase
Situated just west of downtown, the Historic Concordia Neighborhood features some of Milwaukee’s greatest historic properties. Concordia was once home to beer barons, motorcycle moguls, and Concordia University, which gave the neighborhood its name. Today, Concordia is one of Milwaukee’s most unique and diverse neighborhoods – and 2015 marks an exciting beginning in our newest chapter.
In addition to the historic homes, tour goers can enjoy a silent auction, cake-and-pie social, local food trucks, a home-by-home scavenger hunt, and of course, a beer tasting tent!
“Live, Work and Stay,” the theme of this year’s home tour, recognizes Concordia’s distinctive housing options, accessibility and proximity to the metro area, and employment options at some of Wisconsin’s most iconic institutions. In 2015, Concordia welcomes the Near West Side Partners LLC, a partnership between Aurora Sinai, Marquette University, Forest County Potawatomi, MillerCoors, and Harley Davidson. Each of these Milwaukee anchor institutions are walkable from the Concordia Neighborhood.
Join us on June 20th to get a glimpse of our great neighborhood. From historic mansions to homes in the midst of revitalization, the “Live, Work and Stay!” home tour will offer a view into Concordia’s past and vision of our bright future.
Press Releases by Historic Concordia Neighbors Inc
It is especially adapted for smartphones so people can use it while exploring the neighborhood by foot or by car.