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Recent Press Releases Referencing Harbor View

Harbor District Riverwalk Joines the High Lines Network of Infrastructure Reuse Projects

The Harbor District Riverwalk is one of 15 New Members, Broadening the Diversity of the Network of Projects across North America

Harbor District

Harbor Fest Celebrates New Waterfront Plaza

The festival will take place in and around Harbor View Plaza, a new public space opened just this summer

Harbor View Plaza Selected as Name for the Harbor District’s First Waterfront Park

A groundbreaking event is scheduled for Friday, August 24th at 1:30 pm at Harbor View Plaza (600 E. Greenfield Ave.)

Neighborhood Buildings

  • 105-149 S. Barclay St.

    105-149 S. Barclay St. Photo by Mariiana Tzotcheva

  • 1120 S. Barclay St.

    Foamation factory, 1120 S. Barclay St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Home of Cheesehead manufacturer Foamation since 2016. Was previously used as a production brewery by Horny Goat Brewing Company. According to the Wisconsin Historical Society, the building was built in 1915 and for A.P. Green Refractories of Wisconsin, Inc.

  • 130 S. Water St.

    130 S. Water St. Photo taken on October 10, 2020 by Mariiana Tzotcheva

  • 158 S. Barclay St.

    Future home of 88.9 Radio Milwaukee

  • 201 Deco

    Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant.

    Former factory turned office space in Milwaukee's Harbor View neighborhood.

  • 207 E. Florida St.

    Railroad spur to be acquired by V. Marchese. Company facility in the background. Photo by Jeramey Jannene., October 2018

  • 215 E. National Ave.

    The Model Railroad Club of Milwaukee. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Home of the Model Railroad Club of Milwaukee since 1936. Built as Allis Station for the Milwaukee Road.

  • 228 E. National Ave.

    The Horse Barn

    Commonly known as the Horse Barn.

  • 546 S. Water St.

    546 S. Water St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 818 S. Water St.

    Boone & Crockett. Photo by Michael Horne.

    Home of The Wherehouse.

  • 838 S. 1st St.

    Freight 38, 838 S. 1st St. Photo by Dave Reid.

    838 1st Street is a two-building complex in Milwaukee's Harbor View neighborhood.

  • Bridgeview at South Water Works

    Bridgeview at South Water Works

    55-unit apartment building in the South Water Works devlopment.

  • Building 6 at South Water Works

    Building 6

    Building 6 is an apartment building in the South Water Works development on the edge of the Walker’s Point neighborhood. Originally built by Lighthouse Development, the project was lost through foreclosure. It contains 52 units. The building was built as an addition to 201 E. Pittsburgh Ave., a former Pittsburgh Plate Glass building built in […]

  • Freshwater Plaza – Cermak Food Market

    Freshwater Plaza. Photo from Wangard Partners, Inc.

    Grocery store built as part of the Freshwater Plaza development in Harbor View.

  • Freshwater Plaza Apartments

    Freshwater Plaza

    76-unit apartment building built as part of the Freshwater Plaza mixed-use development.

  • Maxwell Lofts

    214 E. Florida St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Warehouse complex converted to 116-unit apartment complex known as Maxwell Lofts in 2019 by Roers Companies.

  • Next Act Theatre

    Next Act Theatre

    The Transpak Crane Bay building was converted into the Next Act Theatre in 2012.

  • Rivianna

    Rivianna as seen from the river.

  • South Harbor Campus

    Komatsu Mining South Harbor Campus rendering.

    Planned $285 manufacturing campus for Komatsu in the Harbor District. The plans call for a three-story, 176,000-square-foot office building, training center, museum and automation lab as well as a 430,000-square-foot, three-story manufacturing facility. Construction started in late summer 2020. Parcels 311 E. Greenfield Ave. (sold by We Energies affiliate in 2020) 401 E. Greenfield Ave. […]

  • The Point on the River

    View of The Point on the River.

  • UWM School of Freshwater Sciences

    UWM School of Freshwater Sciences

    University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee school and research institute located in Milwaukee's Harbor View neighborhood.

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