2020 in Review
Take a look at the year that was in Milwaukee development.
Despite the pandemic, 2020 was a busy year for construction in Milwaukee. Our sidewalk superintendent has had plenty of different projects to cover this year. Here’s a week-by-week look at Milwaukee’s year in construction.
144 apartments and food hall will anchor north end of Bay View.
Wangard redevelopment in Walker’s Point a technology hub that will train minorities.
Steel frame rises on Wisconsin Ave., new Wells St. structure designed to match historic theater.
Apartment building is now open, library could soon follow.
Three new downtown hotels will share services, parking.
Contractors working diligently to transform former movie palace into modern music hall with Art Deco style.
New office building is now taller than its historic neighbors.
Building will join Trio in Walker’s Point as New Land Enterprises develops sites along S. 2nd St.
Work remains on connector building between new building and existing campus.
Company is moving HQ downtown, but still hasn’t publicly announced deal.
Michels’ new office building hits the heights.
Project will bring investment, new office space to Lindsay Heights.
New senior housing complex on Lower East Side appears nearly complete alongside modern version of “Little Pink Church”
Will DNC postponement allow hotels to open in time?
New apartment building takes shape.
Cristo Rey will become anchor in southside neighborhood.
Pre-leasing has now started for the building’s first residents.
Apartment building provides activation to Deer District that is unusually quiet.
$44 million project will convert vacant Civil War complex to veterans’ housing.
Construction wrapping up as first residents move in.
New building begins to look more like its 140-year-old neighbor.
New Walker’s Point apartment building is the second building developed by New Land Enterprises in the neighborhood.
New apartment building rises on Old North Milwaukee main street.
Bucks guard’s first Milwaukee development project takes shape.
New apartment building in Historic Third Ward wraps electric substation.
First phases of $100 million complex taking shape in Harbor District.
Building just latest in series of projects transforming neighborhood.
New buildings bookend south side park, provide affordable housing.
Sofi Lofts taking shaping near Milwaukee River
Construction near the finish line for trio of new hotels.
$30 million project represents latest expansion for well-regarded charter school.
Western Building Products’ new facility nears completion.
Walker’s Point building was once condemned, now another sign of rebirth of S. 5th St.
Komatsu Mining building $285 million manufacturing and office complex in Harbor District.
MSO converts to virtual season, plans to open building in January.
Once “the largest hardware store in the world,” soon to be apartments.
Before Ascent goes up, it has to go down.
Electrically-charged development takes shape on border between Downtown and Third Ward
St. Francis of Assisi has long been community anchor on Milwaukee’s north side.
New Miller Park testing site opens Monday at 11 a.m.
Infill project will create 18 units of housing on Bay View’s main street
Foundation work underway for new Walker’s Point apartment building.
Development will anchor for Harbor District, transform Inner Harbor.
Walker’s Point building becoming innovation hub.
An up-close look at how first day played out.
Paneling has hid an Art Moderne facade since at least the 1990s.
MSOE redeveloping 1960s residence hall into modern complex accessible to all students.
Adams Hotel will initially include 11 rooms in 100-year-old building.
Parking garage at core of $100 million development shows visible damage.
Foundation work underway on new corporate headquarters.
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