Jeramey Jannene
Eyes on Milwaukee

See Inside the City’s Tallest Apartment Tower

Inside the $100 million 7Seventy7 apartments, a "game changer" now opening.

By - Jul 2nd, 2018 05:57 pm
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8 thoughts on “Eyes on Milwaukee: See Inside the City’s Tallest Apartment Tower”

  1. Peter says:

    Your web site resets to the top of the page each time I click to a different picture, crumby.

  2. David says:

    What exactly is “game changing” about this tower? It’s a glassy, overpriced luxury high rise the same has been built a hundred times in the last 4 years. If this building were in Chicago nobody would ever notice it… except maybe the parking garage.

    About that parking garage actually. I knew it was going to be big but now that it’s finished my god, what a hideous monstrosity. I can’t possible imagine something less urban going up in that space. That section of Jackson has essentially been yielded to the cars. In 5 years when that concrete has been water stained and that metal has rusted people are going to be calling for the demolition of that garage.

    I guess of course it’s a symptom of the times that residents of Milwaukee can’t possibly imagine getting to work any way other than the personal automobile even though that wasn’t a problem in the 50s and early 60s when Milwaukee had 250000 more residents and far less parking. It’s a shame that developers in Milwaukee continue to fail at being forward thinking.

  3. David says:

    Typo, 150000 more residents. Milwaukee had almost 750000 residents in 1960.

  4. MidnightSon says:

    This is probably the best parking delivery system we could have hoped for. NM has been a generous and thoughtful corporate citizen for Milwaukee.

    That said, that IS one huge parking structure! I suppose underground parking is too costly for companies and developers wishing to invest in the City?

    I have little doubt that the market will bear the cost of renting one of these units, even at the high end. However, the higher the cost the bigger the drop when this current economic cycle ends. Get this stuff build, because another financial winter is coming.

  5. TransitRider says:

    Peter, your complaint is another reason for upgrading to UM’s paid version. The paid version comes with a different photo browser which doesn’t have that problem. I’m a paid subscriber and don’t have that problem with this page. I then tried accessing it as a non-subscriber and got the problem you reported.

    I subscribed months ago to support UM and also to get rid of the ads which, more than once, came with malware. I’ve had the same malware problems with JSOnline, too.

  6. Jack says:

    Uh, no. I’m not a paid subscriber and it works just fine.

  7. Tyrell Track Master says:

    Hey! WHere are the recylcling bins? I only see trash cans. Not good guys!!!

  8. Karen says:

    WOW–what a ripoff!! I had a condo just a few sq. ft. smaller with same layout and views for also $6,000 a month less.
    Suckers.

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