Building Info

Conceptual rendering of redevelopment of Schuster's Department Store (Engberg Anderson Architects).
  • Address:
    2153 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
  • Taxkey:
    3530294112
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $113,300
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $2,331,200
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $2,444,500
  • Assesment Year:
    2020
  • Year Built:

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IDDateTypeDescription
ECP-19-002702019/08/28Permit
Erosion Control Permit
COM-ALT-19-006652019/08/28Permit
Commercial Alteration Permit
COM-NEW-19-000692019/08/28Permit
Commercial New Construction Permit
PWEC-18-010792018/04/05Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract.
PBFS-18-003232018/03/09Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit.
PWEC-17-024162017/09/11Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract.
PWEU-17-016532017/08/19Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
PBFS-17-007322017/08/10Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit.
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Content referencing 2153 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

Eyes on Milwaukee: $85 Million Bronzeville Project Now “ThriveOn Collaboration”
Eyes on Milwaukee

$85 Million Bronzeville Project Now “ThriveOn Collaboration”

Project on track to open in early 2022.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Subsidy for Schuster’s Project Okayed
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Subsidy for Schuster’s Project Okayed

$85 million redevelopment of old department store will have prestige tenants.

Eyes on Milwaukee: RACM Approves Deal for Schuster’s
Eyes on Milwaukee

RACM Approves Deal for Schuster’s

City TIF payment, up to $15 million, to help finance project to redevelop old department store.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Contributing Up To $15 Million to Schuster’s Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Contributing Up To $15 Million to Schuster’s Project

Financing will support $84 million project for Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Medical College of Wisconsin.

Eyes on Milwaukee: $100 Million Will Transform Old Schuster’s
Eyes on Milwaukee

$100 Million Will Transform Old Schuster’s

Medical College and Greater Milwaukee Foundation will anchor redone Bronzeville building.

“We can put a wrench in the process”

“We can put a wrench in the process”

So says Jill Capicchioni, of the Historic Brewers Hill Association, in an email to the neighborhood mailing list.

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on September 6, 2020

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