The Standard at East Library is HSI Properites, LLC’s 99-unit mixed-use building which opened during the summer of 2014 on Milwaukee’s East Side. The former East Library, at 2340 N. Cramer St., was demolished to allow for the mixed-use building to be built on the site.
The building contains a new 16,000 square-foot East branch of the Milwaukee Public Library system.
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Sam McGovern-Rowen will oversee the $21.5 million library branch redevelopment program.Jun 5th, 2014 by Milwaukee Public Library
Architectural Firm Engberg Anderson Selected for ProjectMay 6th, 2014 by Milwaukee Public Library
Milwaukee February 24, 2014 As Prepared for DeliveryFeb 24th, 2014 by Mayor Tom Barrett
Milwaukee Artist’s Concepts Will Activate Space on Cramer and North AvenueFeb 7th, 2014 by Milwaukee Public Library
Four Project Finalists Will Present Public Art Concepts for New LibraryJan 31st, 2014 by Milwaukee Public Library
The Milwaukee Public Library Selects Four Local Artists To Present Plans for Third Public Art InstallationDec 24th, 2013 by Milwaukee Public Library
Local Artists Awarded Two Commissions for Internal Public Art WorksOct 9th, 2013 by Milwaukee Public Library
Milwaukee Public Library’s East Library Will Relocate to Temporary Facility This Summer and Hold Public Meeting on Design in April
Library Will Use Temporary Site During Construction of East BranchMar 26th, 2013 by Milwaukee Public Library
Residents are still a little restive about it, but the East Side's buildings are likely to get a little higher, to judge by the results of today's City Plan Commission meeting.May 21st, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
At the March 27th, 2012 meeting of the Public Works Committee, the committee briefly took up the purchase agreement between the City of Milwaukee and HSI Properties, LLC, which had it been approved, would have been the next step in the city's effort redevelop the East Library site.Mar 28th, 2012 by Dave Reid
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
Following the model of the Villard Square Library redevelopment, The Board of Trustees of the Milwaukee Public Library selected HSI Properties, LLC proposal for a mixed-use building to replace the current East Library. The project took an important step forward yesterday as an associated land sale, and land vacation were recommend for approval at the City Plan Commission meeting.Feb 28th, 2012 by Dave Reid
A public meeting was held at Milwaukee Public Library's East Library last night to present updates and answer questions on East Library redevelopment proposal.Feb 9th, 2012 by Jeramey Jannene
The Milwaukee Public Library Board of Trustee’s Building and Development Committee met at the East Library on Wednesday night to hear final proposals from the three respondents to the East Library Redevelopment RFP. Following a closed session for deliberations, the Building and Development Committee voted to move the proposal from HSI Properties forward to the full Library Board.Nov 10th, 2011 by Jeramey Jannene
Wednesday night, Alderman Nik Kovac held a public meeting to allow feedback to be voiced regarding the three proposed alternatives for the redevelopment of the one-story East Library into a mixed-use facility. The meeting was a follow-up to a meeting last November discussing the potential of issuing a request-for-proposal (RFP) for the redevelopment of the East Library site. Attendees at the meeting were provided with an update on the process and allowed to ask questions about the process and proposals. The predictable East Side public meeting questions were aired, but which, if any, of the proposals will be selected?Sep 15th, 2011 by Jeramey Jannene
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