Building Info

  • Address:
    2011-2029 S. 1st St.
  • Taxkey:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $789,600
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $1,209,400
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $1,999,000
  • Year Built:

Proposed for conversion to a $100-million, five-building complex. Former site of the Milwaukee Fire Department High Pressure Pumping Station.

Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
PWEU-18-022132018/06/12Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
PWEU-18-021222018/05/30Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
ASBP-18-000802018/05/04Permit
Asbestos Project.
PLB-SA-18-000852018/04/24Permit
Plumbing Seal or Abandonment Permit.
PLB-SA-18-000842018/04/24Permit
Plumbing Seal or Abandonment Permit.
RAZE-18-001612018/04/21Permit
Raze Permit.
RAZE-18-001602018/04/21Permit
Raze Permit.
RAZE-18-001312018/04/01Permit
Raze Permit.
RAZE-18-001322018/04/01Permit
Raze Permit.
RAZE-18-001182018/03/22Permit
Raze Permit.
RAZE-18-000632018/03/02Permit
Raze Permit.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing 2011-2029 S. 1st St.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels

Stunning $100 million project along KK River could bring 800 jobs to Harbor District.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Why the Historic Pumping Station Was Demolished
Eyes on Milwaukee

Why the Historic Pumping Station Was Demolished

Could Michels have saved the building and incorporated it into its $100 million plan?

Eyes on Milwaukee: Michels Announces $100 Million Harbor District Plan
Eyes on Milwaukee

Michels Announces $100 Million Harbor District Plan

Apartments, a hotel, multiple office buildings and new restaurants planned.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Michels Confirms Bay View Development Plans
Eyes on Milwaukee

Michels Confirms Bay View Development Plans

"We have some interesting ideas" for former Horny Goat brewpub site says Michels rep.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Big Development for Northwest Bay View
Eyes on Milwaukee

Big Development for Northwest Bay View

Office complex, maybe hotel at old Horny Goat site on 1st and Becher along KK River.