Luxury digs and new residents coming to the Historic Third Ward.
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What a shame, yet one more building that does not accommodate exiting and future families that may have two children and require three bedrooms. It’s two children families, financially successful that would support and sustain an urban infrastructure, grow the city in a healthy way and contribute to the demand for improved school systems.
In addition, there is already a glut of apartments nationally and Milwaukee is no exception and will soon face an apartment crash. Where are the downtown jobs to support the downtown housing stock?
We need a responsible public administration that inspires downtown job creation through innovation and entrepreneurial businesses not just building more and more apartments. Milwaukee is facing a crisis!
Curmudgeon that I am, I hope the empty nesters et al enjoy a lot of amplified ethnic music nearby.
Ron…. you think the public administration is somehow building these apartments? And two bedrooms is great for a family of four. Its called sharing a bedroom.
Josh: In response to your response to Ron: I agree with Ron on the 3 bedroom concept. I’ve worked in leasing in downtown Milwaukee at a luxury complex. It is extremely hard to find a three bedrooms. Although sharing a room may sound ideal, with the square footage these apartments have to offer it would be impossible for two teenagers to co exist in one of these units. The idea of raising a family of 4 in one of these two bedroom apartments in my opinion is far fetched. Typically for now I’ve seen the 2nd bedroom used as an office unless they have children, then that’s where the 3rd bedroom questions come in. Respectfully.
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