Building Info

Walker\'s Landing view from the Northwest.
  • Address:
    2056 N. Commerce St.
  • Taxkey:
  • Architect:
    Eric Ponto, of Engberg Anderson
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $561,500 (2015)
  • Year Built:

Walker’s Landing is an apartment building in Milwaukee’s Beerline B neighborhood. The new building replaced a warehouse facility originally built in 1976.


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ROW Occupancy Permit
HVAC General Permit.

Content referencing Walker’s Landing

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside Walker’s Landing Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside Walker’s Landing Apartments

Final residential development on Beerline adds 114 apartments and great views.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Landing Reshaping Beerline
Friday Photos

Walker’s Landing Reshaping Beerline

Third Ward style, Walker's Point name and Riverwest location, with 133 apartments.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Landing Takes Shape
Friday Photos

Walker’s Landing Takes Shape

It might be misnamed, but it's rising along the river, as our photos show.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Landing Has Landed
Friday Photos

Walker’s Landing Has Landed

The two-building apartment complex with 133 units is now as tall as the Humboldt Ave. Bridge and still rising, as our photos document.

Plats and Parcels: 1,449 New Apartments Coming
Plats and Parcels

1,449 New Apartments Coming

And more are on the way, all within a two-mile radius of City Hall.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Landing Aims for Third Ward Style
Friday Photos

Walker’s Landing Aims for Third Ward Style

133 unit apartment complex on Commerce Street is beginning construction a bit later than planned. Our photos capture the early progress.

Plenty of Horne: Davis Sets, Cancels Meeting on Streetcar
Plenty of Horne

Davis Sets, Cancels Meeting on Streetcar

His claim on streetcar turns out to be false. Meanwhile, new city assessor appointed with little fanfare.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Landing Coming to Commerce Street
Friday Photos

Walker’s Landing Coming to Commerce Street

The $19.5 million, 133-unit apartment complex along the river will fill in one of the last developable pieces of land on the Beerline.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Authority Okays New Beerline Buildings
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Authority Okays New Beerline Buildings

RACM approves two apartment buildings with 113 units that will increase density on N. Commerce St.

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on September 6, 2020

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