Jeramey Jannene
Eyes on Milwaukee

Good City Expands to Century City

Craft brewery will locate its office and warehouse on 31st and Capitol in redeveloping area.

By - Jul 26th, 2018 12:33 pm
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Craft brewery will locate its office and warehouse on 31st and Capitol in redeveloping area. Back to the full article.

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5 thoughts on “Eyes on Milwaukee: Good City Expands to Century City”

  1. Agnes says:

    Great promises for real jobs. So many have criminal backgrounds or are on probation would you think about giving a second chance to these people ?

  2. TransitRider says:

    The article said the building is on the NORTHWEST corner of 31st and Capitol. Isn’t the building (and all of Century City) actually SOUTH of Capitol??

  3. Steve P says:

    This is the same area where Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is begging Amazon to build a distribution Center that would hire 2000 people.Now why would Amazon want to locate a distribution center here when they have better freeway access in Oak Creek?And also does Mayor Barrett think he can lure Amazon to this location without tax breaks?As far as the surrounding neighborhoods with crime concerns?Back in the day when this was A.O. Smith that had over 4,000 people working here into the 1980s,a friend of mine worked here had his car broken into several times.

  4. PMD says:

    I’ve had my car broken into several times in the suburbs! Imagine that. You sure are negative and seem like an unpleasant person Steve. There are advantages to the city. Why did this company move there? Why shouldn’t Barrett pursue Amazon? Go back to Breitbart.

  5. Steve P says:

    @PMD I as a Milwaukee resident who lives on the southwest side love a lot of the things Milwaukee has to offer.I ride my bike into downtown and watched the progress of the Bucks new Arena.Never in my last sentence did I ever say car break ins happen only in Milwaukee and not in the Suburbs.I am fully aware of car break ins Metro wide.And no I don’t listen to breitbart but do listen to the AM Radio dial and read Urban Milwaukee for balance.I am however frustrated with the leadership of Milwaukee that is pushing for a form of Transportation that is too inflexible and focusing too much attention on downtown while many other great Milwaukee neighborhoods are falling in the wrong direction.I support a Bus Rapid Transit System to bring employees out to areas where there is a shortage of workers.The Mayor Of Brookfield likes the idea after reading a portion of the story from the Milwaukee Business Journal.

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