Real Estate

Can Trash Wheel Clean Up Harbor?

Can Trash Wheel Clean Up Harbor?

Will Milwaukee buy “Mr. Trash Wheel” or stick with Lynyrd Skymmer?

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Can Trash Wheel Clean Up Harbor?

Will Milwaukee buy "Mr. Trash Wheel" or stick with Lynyrd Skymmer?

Bay View Park Proposal Rejected

Zielinski wants to create park next to another park. But Plan Commission denies zoning changes.

New Teen Center for Sherman Park

New Boys & Girls Club center created in response to 2016 neighborhood uprising.

Commission Approves 27-Story Tower

Madison developer revives 27-story proposal on Prospect next to Goll House.

10 Tough Questions About Foxconn Deal

Why legislators are squirming about whether to vote for it.


The Newest East Side Mansion

Developer Robert Schmidt's clever addition to Back Bay area is new but old.

Row House An Architectural Treasure

1891 Friedmann Row is now condos, one owned by ex-judge James Gramling.


18 Feet of Undulating Ambiguity

You can’t wrap your mind around Tony Cragg’s downtown sculpture. Maybe you don’t need to.


Mercantile Building’s Glassy Addition

New addition to historic building is poised to open soon.

Farwell Tower Emerges

Core of 13-story apartment building emerges on Lower East Side.

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Press Releases

Superior Roll Off Leases Space on N. 35th Street

Founders 3 Recent Transactions

The time is now for Foxconn

"Any reluctance to support this deal makes no sense to me."

Amendment to Special Session Assembly Bill 1

Which pertains to the $10 billion Foxconn development in southeastern Wisconsin.

The 2100 Urban Residence Apartments Topped Out Roof in Wauwatosa

Once complete the development will include two floors of underground parking, top of the line finishes, and tall ceilings with sun filled rooms.

July Home Sales Down 5.2%

Market Highlights: 6th Decrease in 31 Months and Listings Down, Again

The Gallagher Team joins Keller Williams in the Lake Country

The emerging Lake Country KW brokerage will be run by Gallagher.

Foxconn Deal Flounders in State Legislature

Delays in State Assembly and Questions About Votes in State Senate Follow Independent Analysis Revealing Deal’s Costs for Wisconsin Taxpayers

Soil Cleanup Brings Jobs, Arts Venue to North Side

Good Earth Celebration Friday Marks Start

Building Commission Approves Projects

The Building Commission is chaired by Governor Walker.

Milwaukee-based Sustainability Experts Form Independent Consulting Firm Rivion

Former Transwestern Team Will Continue to Provide Third-Party Consulting Services