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Development site owned by Marquette University. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

Affordable housing apartment complex proposed by Bear Development. 140 of the 140 units would be set aside at below market rates. First proposed in 2020.

Slated for a portion of the 6.9-acre swath of land owned by Marquette University at the southwest corner of Downtown.

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Friday Photos: Demolition Work Begins For Massive Affordable Housing Development
Friday Photos

Demolition Work Begins For Massive Affordable Housing Development

Bear Development is clearing former factory complex to create 576 apartments.

New Pro Soccer Team Delays Start To 2026

New Pro Soccer Team Delays Start To 2026

But major progress recently made on getting downtown stadium constructed.

Gov. Evers Funds Iron District Stadium, Bronzeville Arts Center

Gov. Evers Funds Iron District Stadium, Bronzeville Arts Center

Governor uses federal grant to back new soccer stadium and arts center.

Friday Photos: Construction Underway On First Iron District Building
Friday Photos

Construction Underway On First Iron District Building

Michigan Street Commons will add new apartments to southwest corner of Downtown.

Republicans Block State Funding For Iron District Stadium

Republicans Block State Funding For Iron District Stadium

Gov. Evers proposed $9.3 million in support for $45 million stadium. Plus: Concert venue downsized.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Massive Bay View Development Plan Has Grown
Eyes on Milwaukee

Massive Bay View Development Plan Has Grown

Bear Development's plan for state's largest private affordable housing complex gets bigger.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Evers Proposes $9.3 Million For Iron District Stadium
Eyes on Milwaukee

Evers Proposes $9.3 Million For Iron District Stadium

Funding would advance $45 million soccer stadium.

Plats and Parcels: New Apartments For 1st and National
Plats and Parcels

New Apartments For 1st and National

Plus: A rundown of affordable housing projects seeking financing and a recap of the week's real estate news.

Plats and Parcels: Iron District Construction Starting
Plats and Parcels

Iron District Construction Starting

But not on the soccer stadium or concert venue. Plus: A recap of the week's real estate news.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Evers Helps Finance 10 Affordable Housing Proposals
Eyes on Milwaukee

Evers Helps Finance 10 Affordable Housing Proposals

Funding will benefit 22 projects in 11 counties, including 10 projects in Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 31-Story Third Ward Tower Developer Applies For Construction Permits
Eyes on Milwaukee

31-Story Third Ward Tower Developer Applies For Construction Permits

Hines planning fall groundbreaking at 333 N. Water St.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Iron District Apartments Subsidy Gets First Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Iron District Apartments Subsidy Gets First Approval

Michigan Street Commons would bring 99 units of affordable housing to Westown.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Funds Would Support Iron District Housing Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Funds Would Support Iron District Housing Project

Proposed tax incremental financing district scheduled for June review.

Eyes on Milwaukee: More Renderings of Downtown ‘Iron District’ Released
Eyes on Milwaukee

More Renderings of Downtown ‘Iron District’ Released

11-acre development with new soccer stadium, concert venue lists big-name supporters.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Soccer Stadium, Concert Venue Planned For Downtown
Eyes on Milwaukee

Soccer Stadium, Concert Venue Planned For Downtown

6th and Michigan complex would transform Westown and impact local concert business.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Evers Allocating $20 Million For Affordable Housing Projects
Eyes on Milwaukee

Evers Allocating $20 Million For Affordable Housing Projects

Program could move 17 Milwaukee projects from rendering to reality.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 10 City Affordable Housing Projects Win State Financing
Eyes on Milwaukee

10 City Affordable Housing Projects Win State Financing

Will create 713 units in eight different neighborhoods. But huge Bay View project loses out.

Plats and Parcels: New Apartments for Downtown Dead Zone
Plats and Parcels

New Apartments for Downtown Dead Zone

Plus: A rundown of the week's real estate news.

Plats and Parcels: Milwaukee Developers Plan 959 Affordable Apartments
Plats and Parcels

Milwaukee Developers Plan 959 Affordable Apartments

Plus: First tenants announced for North Avenue Market

Eyes on Milwaukee: MU Seeks Downtown Mixed-Use Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

MU Seeks Downtown Mixed-Use Project

Marquette University requests rezoning for possible development on 7-acre Westown site.