Dave Reid
Friday Photos

The Old Made New

Three projects near downtown are helping to rebuild a neighborhood and regenerate a river.

By - Nov 2nd, 2012 04:08 pm
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5 thoughts on “Friday Photos: The Old Made New”

  1. Jason says:

    Thanks so much for the Friday photos. For quite awhile now I have been meaning to thank Urban Milwaukee for sharing. I gather that many of your readers are former-Milwaukeeans; these photos have helped keep us all informed of what is going on in our wonderful city.

  2. Jack says:

    Just curious but what is going on with the Potowatomi Hotel? Have they put up a crane yet? I live in Minneapolis so I check out your site often to get my MKE fix.

  3. Dave Reid says:

    @Jack Good question. I haven’t been down to the site in a bit, but I’ll get there soon for some photos.

  4. Dave Reid says:

    @Jason No, thank you for reading Urban Milwaukee!

  5. Juli Kaufmann says:

    I am excited for the remaking of the Junior House – down the block from my own house. The Water Accelerator will also be a welcomed addition to our Walker’s Point neighborhood. Lots happening south of downtown. Several additional projects in the works too – will be fun to announce in the months ahead. I am especially grateful that Tyler Hawley is not only investing in this area, but he is also a resident and neighbor.

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