The MSOE Athletic Field and Parking Complex is a university-owned parking garage with a soccer field on top. Because of the change in elevation across the site the garage is near grade at the southeast corner and two stories at the northwest corner.
The parking garage is designed to accompany the Kern Center located across Knapp St. The MSOE soccer teams are relocating to the facility from their prior home field of Uihlein Soccer Park.
The development includes a park at the northern edge, and a pedestrian extension of Ogden Ave between Broadway and Water St./Market St.
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Welcome to the fifth installment of Eyes on Milwaukee. This week we take a look at mothballing the new Talgo trainsets for the Amtrak Hiawatha line, the return of the bike corrals, Young Professional Week, free music from the Milwaukee Public Library, and more.Mar 21st, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
Welcome to the second weekly installment of Eyes on the Street, a new column running down what’s happening in urban Milwaukee. This week we look at the Lake Parkway extension, Kohl's and Target, Frontier Airlines vs Southwest Airlines, Development News, Openings and Closings, and more.Feb 29th, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
MSOE's $28 million, 750 stall parking garage proposal received approval at the February 22nd, 2012 meeting of the Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee meeting.Feb 23rd, 2012 by Dave Reid
Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee City Plan Commission both unanimously recommended approval of the Milwaukee School of Engineering's parking garage proposal in the Park East. These approvals point out that City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County politicians are anxious to see new development in the Park East. Unfortunately, as currently conceived this isn't a project worthy of approval.Feb 13th, 2012 by Dave Reid
With the announcement that Target is opening a CityTarget store on State Street in Chicago's The Loop Neighborhood, the idea of a downtown Milwaukee Target has been generating a considerable amount of buzz in the past few weeks. Unfortunately for those wishing to shop at a downtown Target, none of that buzz has come from Target. Assuming Target was interested though, what location and store format would best match the desires of Target-loving shoppers with the needs of the city to continue to develop a healthy urban core in and around downtown? Let's explore.Feb 21st, 2011 by Jeramey Jannene
Milwaukee School of Engineering is proposing the construction of a $30 million, 780-car parking garage, that would have an athletic field on the roof of the building. About 500 of the 780 parking spots would be leased to business and the general public, generating taxable revenue for MSOE.Nov 10th, 2010 by Dave Reid
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