Building Info

Original Rendering of the Innovation and Wellness Commons.
  • Address:
    1615 W. North Ave.
  • Taxkeys:
  • Architect:
    Mayer-Helminiak Architects, LLC
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $135,900 (2015)
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    6,512 sq-ft

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Three Award Winning Projects

Three Award Winning Projects

Lindsay Heights is a big winner at MANDI awards.

Milwaukee Neighborhood Innovators Win Top Honors
Press Release

Milwaukee Neighborhood Innovators Win Top Honors

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) Recognizes 2017 winners at annual gala

Vote For MANDI People’s Choice Award

Vote For MANDI People’s Choice Award

Voting continues through April 5 for neighborhood development award.

People’s Choice Award Encourages the Public to Vote For Milwaukee Improvement Projects and Leaders
Press Release

People’s Choice Award Encourages the Public to Vote For Milwaukee Improvement Projects and Leaders

Awards Recognize Innovative Projects Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods

Eyes on Milwaukee: City To Sell Land for Adams Garden Park
Eyes on Milwaukee

City To Sell Land for Adams Garden Park

Former Walnut Way leaders moving forward on bold Lindsay Heights project.

An Oasis In Junk Food Land

An Oasis In Junk Food Land

North Side complex offers healthy food at Juice Kitchen, Outpost Foods, Fondy Food Center.

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Growing North Side non-profit fires Vernon after 6 months, acting director hired.

Walnut Way Capital Campaign Seeks $4.2 Million

Walnut Way Capital Campaign Seeks $4.2 Million

Phase II of Innovations and Wellness Commons brings more services, activity to 16th and North.

The Future of Walnut Way

The Future of Walnut Way

New director LaShawndra Vernon continues work to transform area near 16th and North.

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.

Outpost store, juice bar part of Walnut Way’s North Ave. development
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Outpost store, juice bar part of Walnut Way’s North Ave. development

Now Serving: Oakland Avenue Pizza War?
Now Serving

Oakland Avenue Pizza War?

New Sal's pizzeria will compete with Lisa's and Carini's Conca D'Or.

Juice Kitchen Will Offer Healthy Drinks

Juice Kitchen Will Offer Healthy Drinks

Shop coming to 16th and North will offer fresh fruit and vegetable drinks.

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Center on 16th and North has first tenant, non-profit serving the disabled.

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Groundbreaking for new center at 16th and North shows impact of Walnut Way's leadership.