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Our Bay View: Values, Voices and Visions for the Future
Press Release

Our Bay View: Values, Voices and Visions for the Future

Community organizations join together to hold conference on the future of development in Bay View

New Steampunk Exhibit coming to the Cedarburg Cultural Center
Press Release

New Steampunk Exhibit coming to the Cedarburg Cultural Center

The exhibit opens on Friday, October 16 and runs through Sunday, November 29, 2015.

Cream City Crossfit Cooperative leases 4,600 SF from Hide House
Press Release

Cream City Crossfit Cooperative leases 4,600 SF from Hide House

RFP Commercial Recent Transactions

City Business: Cream City CrossFit Cooperative
City Business

Cream City CrossFit Cooperative

Popular cross-training gym is now a cooperative and has moved to new location in Bay View.

Plats and Parcels: The Boom in Walker’s Point
Plats and Parcels

The Boom in Walker’s Point

A new project on South Water St. continues the pace of development.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Developer Slays NIMBY Objectors
Eyes on Milwaukee

Developer Slays NIMBY Objectors

Why East Side development can move so slowly. And when developers can bypass the neighbors.

Milwaukee Hopes to Build on Record Year for Solar Installations
Press Release

Milwaukee Hopes to Build on Record Year for Solar Installations

Solar Group Purchase Program Expands to Solar Bay View

Are Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Laws Too Strong or Too Weak?  Yes

Are Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Laws Too Strong or Too Weak? Yes

Are Milwaukee's historic preservation laws too strong or too weak? Should the entire ordinance be re-written, or is just a revision in order? Alderman Witkowski's proposed overhaul to Milwaukee's historic preservation ordinance sparked these very questions.

Milwaukee Apartment Update

Milwaukee Apartment Update

What apartment projects are currently proposed, under construction, or have recently opened in Milwaukee? A little over a year ago we did a similar exercise, so it will be good to take a look and see what has changed in the past year.

“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.

$100 Million Worth of Development Approved by the Common Council

$100 Million Worth of Development Approved by the Common Council

The $11 million Hide House project was the most hotly debated development project at the July 28th meeting of the Common Council, though the most significant action in terms of dollars was the approval of the Rivianna.

Hide House Developer Wins Partial Appeal of Historic Designation

Hide House Developer Wins Partial Appeal of Historic Designation

At the Thursday July 23rd meeting of the Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee the appeal of he interim historic designation of the Hide House complex in Bay View was heard.

Historic Preservation Commission Delays Hide House Project With Quick Adjournment

Historic Preservation Commission Delays Hide House Project With Quick Adjournment

The development team of General Capital Group and Joseph Development was before the Historic Preservation Commission to request a certificate of appropriateness which would allow them to demolish a portion of the Hide House complex, a former tannery at 2625 S. Greeley St. in Bay View.

Hide House Debate.  Historic Preservation Or?

Hide House Debate. Historic Preservation Or?

On Monday July 20th, General Capital will go before the Historic Preservation Commission and request permission to demolish a portion of the Hide House complex. This demolition would allow for the construction of a 60-unit affordable housing apartment building.

The Abuse of Historic Preservation

The Abuse of Historic Preservation

Saving and restoring historic buildings is vital to any city.

Growth is Good.  Let’s Keep it Going

Growth is Good. Let’s Keep it Going

Good news. The City of Milwaukee has been growing over the past decade, albeit slowly, but this recent trend is better than the decades long slide from a high point of 741,324 in 1960 to a recent low below 596,974 in 2000. Since 2000 Milwaukee has seen a small, but significant increase to 604,477 residents. Yes, a growth rate of just 1.3%, but it is a start.