The East Side is a neighborhood in Milwaukee encompassing a number of smaller boundaries. The generally accepted boundaries are from Ogden Ave on the south to the city limits on the north, from the Milwaukee River to the west, and to Lake Michigan on the east.

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Recent Press Releases Referencing East Side

Solving Our Parking Problem

Man with the Plan Running for Alderman

Press Release

Music at St. Mark’s Presents The Prata Duo

News Release for September 27th Concert of Prata Duo

Ald. Bob Donovan

Officer injured in yet another car theft incident

Milwaukee’s auto theft rate 12 times higher than that of New York City

Neighborhood Buildings

  • 1522 on the Lake

    1522 on the Lake

    A residential condominium high-rise on Milwaukee's Lower East Side.

  • 1901 E. North Ave.

    Beans and Barley Milwaukee

    1901 E. North Ave. is a one-story building with a substantial basement tavern space located on in the heart of the East North Avenue commercial district. The first-floor is home to Beans & Barley, with the lower floor having been occupied by a number of different bars. The current basement bar tenant is Nine Below. […]

  • 2100 N. Farwell Ave.

    Simple Cafe

    The building located at 2100 N. Farwell Ave. is a multi-tenant commercial building.

  • Avenir

    Current Avenir Rendering.

    The Avenir Apartments is a 104-unit, mixed-use apartment building on Milwaukee's Lower East Side.

  • BreakWater Condominiums

    The BreakWater Condominiums.

  • Buemming House

    Buemming House

    From the 1981 Landmarks Commission/Department of City Development report… The house on Pleasant Street was built in 1901. A two-story frame structure, it is small in scale, but the facade is surmounted by a full order Ionic portico of exacting detail and colossal proportions. Buemming’s other significant extant work in the Neo-Classical style is the […]

  • Charles Allis Art Museum

    Charles Allis Art Museum. Photo by Dave Reid.

    House-turned-museum on Milwaukee's Lower East Side.

  • East Library

    East Library Entrance

    Milwaukee Public Library building demolished in 2013, to be replaced by The Standard at East Library.

  • East Terrace Apartments

    1530 N. Jackson St. Rendering

  • Edge on North

    1800 E. North Ave Southwest View.

    1800 E. North Ave. is a proposed mixed-use building on the former Pizza Man site.

  • Goll Mansion

    Goll Mansion

    Historic mansion on Milwaukee's Lower East Side. Designed by prominent Milwaukee firm Ferry & Clas.

  • Greenwich Park Apartments

    Corner Perspective  - Design II

  • Kane Commons

    Kane Commons

  • Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center

    Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center

    The Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center is $80 million academic facility in the heart of the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee's campus.

  • Landmark on the Lake

    Landmark on the Lake.

  • Newport

    The Newport

  • Park Lafayette Towers

    One of the Park Lafayette Towers.

  • River House

    1775 N. Water St. Rendering

    Under-construction four building apartment building complex on the site of the former Gallun Tannery. Complex is being developed by Atlantic Realty Partners.

  • Sage on Jackson

    1509 N. Jackson St. Rendering

    Sage on Jackson is a 5-story residential apartment building on Milwaukee’s Lower East Side. It opened to residents in September of 2014.

  • Sandburg Residence Halls

    UWM Sandburg Residence Halls.

  • The Overlook on Prospect (Prospect Mall Apartments)

    Prospect Mall Apartments Rendering

    The Overlook on Prospect is a mixed-use apartment building on Milwaukee's East Side.

  • The Standard at East Library

    The Standard at East Library - Rendering Full View.

    99-unit apartment building in the heart of Milwaukee's East Side.

  • The Sterling

    The Sterling

    The Sterling is a 11-story retail and condominium tower on Milwaukee's Lower East Side.

  • Transera

    Transera Rendering. Rendering by Kindness Architecture.

    Proposed tower for the rear of Goll Mansion. Proposed by New Land Enterprises, but never built.

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