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The Flatiron Condominiums

The Flatiron is a mixed-use building in the former Park East Freeway corridor. The building includes residential condominiums, parking, and retail.

The building was developed by Legacy Real Estate Development. The project’s general contractor was Altius Building Company. The building received a construction loan from The Private Bank.

The building was completed in December 2007 and features 38 condominiums. The building also includes two retail spaces totaling 2,861 square feet.

In 2014, Alderaan Coffee opened in the corner retail unit of the building. Infinite Vapor, an electronic cigarette store, opened in a side retail stall in August 2014.

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Friday Photos: The North End Grows Yet Again
Friday Photos

The North End Grows Yet Again

Phase four of project will have 155 apartments on six floors. But no name as yet.

City Business: Alderaan Coffee
City Business

Alderaan Coffee

The new coffee house brings a New York style and cinematic name to Water Street.

Infinite Vapor to open electronic cigarette shops in Milwaukee, Waukesha
Eyes on Milwaukee: Finally, a New Park East Plan
Eyes on Milwaukee

Finally, a New Park East Plan

Ten years later, the city and county are finally on the same page. Is development in the area ready to "explode"?

Friday Photos: Sage on Jackson Will Spice Up Street
Friday Photos

Sage on Jackson Will Spice Up Street

The latest addition to once-sleepy Jackson St., which is becoming a dense urban area.

While some condo buildings falter, Flatiron keeps selling units
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While some condo buildings falter, Flatiron keeps selling units

The Park East Disaster? No

The Park East Disaster? No

Would Milwaukee be better off with the Park East Freeway spur intact? No. Has development been slow so far? Yes. Is that a problem? Only if you have a short-term perspective on the future of Milwaukee.

The Park East Park?  Absolutely Not

The Park East Park? Absolutely Not

In response to the announcement of the failing of The Residences of Palomar, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ran an editorial talking about the idea of building a temporary park in the Park East land reclaimed from the former freeway spur. The idea is a bad one.

Hard Hat Tour: A Closer Look at The Flatiron Condominiums
Hard Hat Tour

A Closer Look at The Flatiron Condominiums

The Flatiron Condominiums, the first development to take place in the former Park East Freeway corridor, is a five-story, 38-unit condominium.