Historic mansion on Milwaukee’s Lower East Side. Designed by prominent Milwaukee firm Ferry & Clas.
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New Land Enterprises’ Goll Mansion Project has a new website and a new name, The Transera. The company recently unveiled their new website. Floor plans of units are now available, as well as a proposed amenities list. The project recently gained approval from the Milwaukee Common Council.Oct 29th, 2008 by Jeramey Jannene
Although only briefly discussed, the most controversial item approved today was the change in zoning for New Land Enterprises' 26-story condominium tower to be built behind the historic Goll Mansion.Oct 7th, 2008 by Dave Reid
The only item on this meeting's agenda was a request from New Land Enterprise for a change in zoning from RM7 to Detailed Planned Development which would facilitate the construction of a 26-story condominium tower on the Goll Mansion property.Sep 30th, 2008 by Dave Reid
This Historic Preservation Commission ("HPC") meeting included agenda items for the high profile projects, The Palomar, The Brewery and the Goll Mansion redevelopment.Sep 30th, 2008 by Dave Reid
This project by New Land Enterprises proposes the construction of a 27-story 35-unit condominium development that would activate the Goll Mansion by utilizing it as the development's lobby. Controversy flared up at a recent neighborhood meeting over concerns from residents of 1522 On The Lake that some of their view would be blocked and from historic preservation groups that raised concerns about insuring the preservation of the historic Goll Mansion.Sep 7th, 2008 by Dave Reid
This plan would add $60 million to the City of Milwaukee's tax base, enhance the skyline, bring new residents to the city and save the Goll Mansion.Jul 18th, 2008 by Dave Reid
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