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Clock Shadow Building Grand Opening Celebration

The Clock Shadow Building is a $7 million commercial building located at 130 W. Bruce St. in Milwaukee’s Historic Walker’s Point. It features sustainable technologies, green business incubator space, social investors, and partnerships designed to catalyze business growth in the neighborhood.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: How Juli Kaufmann Is Fixing Milwaukee
Eyes on Milwaukee

How Juli Kaufmann Is Fixing Milwaukee

Her Fix Development takes on high-risk developments in transitional neighborhoods.

Why We Need Locally-Owned Media

Why We Need Locally-Owned Media

Developer Juli Kaufmann talks about Urban Milwaukee and why you should support its campaign.

Vantage Point: Catholic Financial Life Building
Vantage Point

Catholic Financial Life Building

The Modernist downtown property has a history of transition, and one heck of a view.

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News From Elsewhere

Is Milwaukee One of the World’s Greenest Cities?

So says OnEarth magazine. Is it right?

Friday Photos: Progress on the Pabst Center
Friday Photos

Progress on the Pabst Center

Construction photos of the Pabst Business Center, the first such development in a decade.

Much To See at Doors Open Milwaukee

Much To See at Doors Open Milwaukee

Doors Open Milwaukee runs all weekend, with free open houses across the city.

16th Annual Mayor’s Design Awards Announced

16th Annual Mayor’s Design Awards Announced

Which are the best designs? You be the judge.

Plenty of Horne: The Ever-Changing City
Plenty of Horne

The Ever-Changing City

Countless changes on the lower East Side, the end of an art gallery, and the pols gather for Willie Hines' fundraiser.

Central City Crusaders

Central City Crusaders

More than 15 Milwaukee groups and individuals are award nominees for work improving central city.

The Story of Fund Milwaukee

The Story of Fund Milwaukee

A remarkable group of small fry investors have raised $300,000 to fund start-up businesses in the city.

City People: Juli Kaufmann
City People

Juli Kaufmann

The developer and “Innovator of the Year” is more about people than buildings.

City Business: Clock Shadow Creamery
City Business

Clock Shadow Creamery

How Milwaukee got its first cheese-making factory.

Photo Gallery: Clock Shadow Building Grand Opening Celebration
Photo Gallery

Clock Shadow Building Grand Opening Celebration

Community members join together to celebrate The Clock Shadow Building's grand opening.

Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th
Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th

The Pabst Theater plays host to Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee's Future tonight, June 18th. Ten Milwaukeeans and two moderators will hold an open-ended, fireside-style discussion, followed by an audience question and answer period.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Free Bus Rides, Moneyball and Renderings, Crime on Buses Way Down, and More
Eyes on Milwaukee

Free Bus Rides, Moneyball and Renderings, Crime on Buses Way Down, and More

Welcome to the fourth installment of Eyes on Milwaukee. This week we take a look at free bus rides for St. Patrick's Day, the idea of applying Moneyball principles to project renderings, how Police Chief Flynn has apparently managed to cut in half the service calls originated from MCTS buses, the notion of a new union for UWM, and more.

Groundbreaking Events on S. 2nd Street this Thursday.

Groundbreaking Events on S. 2nd Street this Thursday.

Not only is there a planned ground breaking ceremony this Thursday, May 19th, for the Milwaukee Fix, but also a ribbon cutting for the redesigned S. 2nd Street. Both of these developments are ground breaking events for Milwaukee.

Green Development Planned for S. 2nd Street

Green Development Planned for S. 2nd Street

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