Building Info

Park 7 Lofts. Rendering by Engberg Anderson.
  • Address:
    550 W. Juneau Ave.
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  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $
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Apartment building under construction for Block 7 of the Milwaukee Bucks arena district. Developed by Royal Capital Group. Construction led by CD Smith. Design led by Engberg Anderson Architects.

The project is attached to the Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center parking garage.

The project was originally known as 7 Lofts Lofts before being renamed Five Fifty Ultra Lofts.

More units were added throughout the approval process for the project, going from 90 to 107 to finally 112 units.

Two commercial stalls are included in the building.

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Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
PWEU-18-029302018/08/24Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
ELEC-18-050962018/08/01Permit
Electrical Permit.
PWEU-18-021882018/06/07Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
PLB_HYD-18-001052018/05/25Permit
Hydrant Permit.
PWEC-18-012782018/04/30Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract.
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Content referencing Five Fifty Ultra Lofts

Eyes on Milwaukee: Breaking Ground for Five Fifty Ultra Lofts
Eyes on Milwaukee

Breaking Ground for Five Fifty Ultra Lofts

Project is a major milestone for the city, Bucks and local bucks.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Arena Apartment Complex Grows
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Arena Apartment Complex Grows

Park 7 Lofts plan tweaked to add more units, other changes.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Start Construction on Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Start Construction on Apartments

Park 7 Lofts, with 107 units, will be built as part of new arena complex.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Arena Apartments Receive Design Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Arena Apartments Receive Design Approval

Building with green bays gets approval to be built near Milwaukee Bucks arena.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Select Apartment Developer
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Select Apartment Developer

Up-and-coming development firm will build 90-unit building