Abandoned brewery now a vibrant, urban neighborhood.
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Milwaukee owes much gratitude to Joseph Zilber. He was an angel to the City of Milwaukee in so many ways. I just re-read his Journal Sentinel obituary…
Thanx for the memories (and the photo updates)! I used to work nights in the area back in the 1980’s and 1990’s. I recently drove through the complex, but couldn’t really “see” everything that is going on there, because the construction has so much blocked off and it has created so many dead-ends. Now, if the County can only get rid of the MORGUE at 933 W HIGHLAND, that transformation will be MUCH more complete. I also wonder what impact the new “supportive housing” for the homeless (and mentally challenged) will have at the old St Anthony’s Hospital at 10th & State/Highland for the area. We can only hope that the PABST redevelopment will spur much needed job opportunities for some who use the facility.
Is anything going to happen to the silos at this site? I couldn’t imagine them being converted into something. Would they ever be demolished and replaced with something? Why has that not been done yet? Any plans?
@Colin – I was wondering the same thing.
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