Jeramey Jannene
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Apartment Building Coming to the Third Ward

Two developers partner up for a new building that is going to have a very odd shape.

By - Sep 23rd, 2014 01:34 pm

Two developers partner up for a new building that is going to have a very odd shape. Back to the full article.

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3 thoughts on “Eyes on Milwaukee: New Apartment Building Coming to the Third Ward”

  1. What's the Real Story Here? says:

    You mention that Joseph Properties has experience dealing with MIAD given the sale of the Eisner building to Joseph from MIAD. What you’ve failed to mention is that Robert Joseph (and Matt Rinka while we’re naming names) is a Trustee of MIAD. Whether purely an issue of optics…or real conflict of interest…it would seem the matter of MIAD selling off its hard assets, and more importantly selling its hard assets to a Trustee is worth a more considered look. Dohmen, and Kimpton have paid fair market for large projects to commence in the Third Ward…it would seem suspect that MIAD could get max value for such precious cargo when a deal is done favoring speed and familiarity. For an organization so dependent on public support and the philanthropy of those committed to arts education one would expect a significant amount of press around how a competitive, thoughtful, and extensive bidding process resulted in the final deal for the Eisner and this parcel. In general, college board seats are rarely for profit enterprises.

  2. Wayno says:

    The historic pizza marker is possibly in the wrong location anyway.

    Entering the following into Google: caradaro site: produces two vintage articles/advertisements listing the address of the Caradaro Club as 326 E Erie.

    Likewise, the Milwaukee Public Library’s historic photo collection lists an address of 326 E Erie (see: ).

    326 E Erie is approximately one block away from the historic marker.

  3. It appears you are spot on from everything I can find. Very interesting.

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