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The Brewery is Nearly Complete

Abandoned brewery now a vibrant, urban neighborhood.

By - Apr 27th, 2018 05:35 pm

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4 thoughts on “Friday Photos: The Brewery is Nearly Complete”

  1. MidnightSon says:

    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…

  2. DAG999 says:

    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.

  3. COLIN says:

    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?

  4. Max says:

    @Colin – I was wondering the same thing.

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