10 Most Popular Articles of 2020
Bay View and a timber tower dominate top 10 list.
Urban Milwaukee readers love Bay View and mass timber. Five of the 10 most popular Eyes on Milwaukee articles this year covered either the south side neighborhood or the downtown tower.
The column, named after urban visionary Jane Jacobs‘ “eyes on the street” theory of how good urban design creates safe, welcoming public spaces, is a regular look at real estate news in the Cream City.
Here’s a look at what readers clicked on the most.
Building from 1885 was once planned for indoor-outdoor bar concept. – September 18th
There’s “zero doubt” tallest mass timber building in Western Hemisphere will soon rise. – January 7th
Dog run would be built under freeway along the Milwaukee River. – April 29th
Third Ward coworking space and cafe closing permanently after eight years in business. – April 1st
Mixed-use building on Brady Street will be Bucks guard Pat Connaughton’s second Milwaukee project. – February 4th
Prospective tenants can pick their unit as New Land gears up for construction. – April 30th
Modern furniture store, a grocery store and gas stations are all covered in plywood. – April 11th
Since Great Recession, houses in neighborhood are among only 6 percent of those in city that have risen in value. – May 1st
Ascent, a 25-story apartment tower, will be tallest mass timber building in the world. – August 31st
Former Alderman Tony Zielinski selling house for $2.1 million. – July 27th
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