Jeramey Jannene
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Bader Rutter’s Riverside Digs

New building, dubbed 1433 Water, will be anchored by marketing firm.

By - Jan 27th, 2017 04:52 pm
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5 thoughts on “Friday Photos: Bader Rutter’s Riverside Digs”

  1. Jerry says:

    Meh. A little bit of Brookfield on the Eastside. The renderings looked much better. Oh well.

  2. Rob B says:

    Agreed. Looks like a Brookfield office park building. Least it’s filling a void and maybe the retail/restaurant will liven it up a bit.

  3. Justin A says:

    “Wangard has a number of other projects underway in the immediate vicinity as well, including a mixed-use apartment building up the street at 1701 N. Water St.”

    Is this the project on Water and Brady? “Underway”? Don’t you guys mean “dead”? Because I don’t see that project going anywhere. It was announced more than 5 years ago and still no sign of it.

    Also, as for Hammes, didn’t Urban Milwaukee report that project was supposed to break ground in December? It’s now almost February…

  4. Jeramey Jannene says:

    @Justin – Underway in the sense that there is design work underway for the project. That project has gone through a number of iterations, and I still suspect they will build something there.

    The Hammes project is coming back to the city’s zoning committee for a “minor modification” to the design. A file was created last week. I would suspect they’re waiting for that to move forward. There were people on the Hammes site while I was taking the photos of 1433.

  5. Justin A says:

    @Jeramey – Thanks for the update, good to know. I thought a December groundbreaking sounded unrealistic for Hammes. It just seemed way to soon from the time they announced the project. Not afraid of that one not moving forward, just wondering what the delay was.

    As for Brady/Water, I’ll believe it when I see it. It’s been too long and they have missed too many deadlines.

    Any update on the other 2 Wangard projects you mentioned? Avenir’s second phase was, I believe, supposed to be underway last Spring or for sure by last Fall. What is the holdup with that? And I don’t remember a timeline being set for Block 22 but do you know what the status of that one is?

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