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One of the Park Lafayette Towers.
  • Address:
    1918 E. Lafayette Pl.
  • Taxkey:
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $4,486,900
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $49,764,100
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $54,251,000
  • Year Built:

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The 200 Empty Units in Park Lafayette Are Not The End of Milwaukee Development

Yesterday it was announced that prominent East Side development Park Lafayette is being foreclosed on by Anglamated Bank of New York, the primary lender on the project. Not surprising to those who have seen the massive towers, Anglamated Bank is claiming they are owed nearly $100 million by Renaissant Lafayette LLC, an affiliate of Renaissant Development Group. Renaissant Development Group is led by prominent Chicago developer Warren Barr. Park Lafayette was Barr's first entry into the Milwaukee market. While the foreclosure is certainly bad news for Barr and the bank, it's not necessarily all bad news for Milwaukee.

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