Building Info

234 S. Water St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.
  • Address:
    234 S. Water St.
  • Taxkey:
    4290002100
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $951,000
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $89,000
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $1,040,000
  • Assesment Year:
    2019
  • Year Built:

Site of four housing proposals in ten years.

Rivianna was proposed by Robert Schultz in 2009. David Winograd proposed an apartment building for the site in 2015. Peter Renner proposed condominiums for the site in 2017. Ryan Bedford proposed an apartment tower in 2019.

As of September 2019 the land is owned by VJS Construction Services.

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Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
POVP-19-000032019/10/03Permit
DCD Activity:
PWCF-19-181552019/09/05Permit
Department of Public Works Activity:Weed Notice|SURROUNDING PROPERTY
PDES-19-000062019/08/27Permit
DCD Activity:
FWP-18-000512018/11/16Permit
Explosives or Fireworks Permit
NV_PMT-18-3792018/11/08Permit
Noise Variance Permit
FWP-17-000442017/11/16Permit
Explosives or Fireworks Permit.
MISC-16-000162016/11/29Permit
Miscellaneous Permit.
PWEU-16-022252016/10/25Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing 234 S. Water St.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project

11-story, 133-unit complex in Walker's Point gets a green light from city.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Admiral’s Wharf Sails Through Committee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Admiral’s Wharf Sails Through Committee

City committee okays zoning for 11-story, 133-unit apartment complex in Walker's Point.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project

11-story, 133-unit apartment building planned for S. Water St. along Milwaukee River.

Plats and Parcels: New Plans for Walker’s Point Site
Plats and Parcels

New Plans for Walker’s Point Site

Plus: Former Central Steel & Wire building being expanded, senior housing for South Side.

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House Confidential

David Winograd’s Mequon McMansion

Milwaukee developer's $1.2 million home is in subdivision where rusty mailboxes aren't allowed.

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on April 28, 2019

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