Building Info

  • Address:
    1003 W. North Ave.
  • Taxkey:
    3522089112
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $54,800
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $185,800
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $240,600
  • Assesment Year:
    2019
  • Year Built:

Two-building complex on a 109,500 square-foot lot.

The complex was previously home to Alsco. The firm had been located at the site since 1931, but closed the plant in 2005. It was formerly known as American Linen Supply Co.

A partnership between Will Allen and Thomas Schmitt owned the site for a period. The two intended to develop a for-profit urban commercial aquaculture business on the site before running into financial trouble. Their work including deconstructing a building on the property.

In January of 2016, it was announced that TransCenter for Youth would open a school in the complex, pending approvals. That proposal never advanced.

Hayat Pharmacy acquired the property in late 2018.

Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
NOCC-19-012562019/07/26Permit
VAC-18-019562018/10/06Permit
PWEN-18-000252018/02/04Permit
ROW Excavation Non-Utility.
PWRS-18-000312018/02/04Permit
ROW Restoration Permit.
PLB_WS-18-000042018/01/12Permit
Water Service.
PLB-18-000812018/01/11Permit
Building Plumbing Permit.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing 1003 W. North Ave.

Investor sues Will Allen’s Milwaukee venture as for-profit urban farm sprouts weeds
ALSCO to cut jobs, shutter Milwaukee plant
Citation

ALSCO to cut jobs, shutter Milwaukee plant

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on April 28, 2019

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