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Recent Press Releases Referencing Walker’s Point

Mauricio Ramirez wraps up large-scale mural on Community Advocates, Inc. building in heart of downtown Milwaukee’s Westown neighborhood

Community encouraged to help artist paint Tuesday and Wednesday; Ribbon-cutting ceremony slated for Thursday

Press Release

June Exhibit to Feature Works on Paper by Late Milwaukee Sculptor Nancy Metz White

While she often chose floral designs for her colorist projects, Metz White’s imagery in her paper works is primarily abstract.

PrideFest Milwaukee 2019: the countdown is on!

Book 4-day weekend passes for just $40

Neighborhood Buildings

  • 1100-1102 S. 1st St.

    1100 S 1st St. The former C. 1880. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Two-story building with three apartments above. Was home to restaurant c. 1880 from 2012 to 2018.

  • 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.

  • 117 E. Pittsburgh Ave.

    High speed turn lane and 117 E. Pittsburgh Ave. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Vacant lot owned by developer Robert Joseph.

  • 117 W. National Ave.

    117 W. National Ave. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

  • 1239 S. 11th St.

    1239 S. 11th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

  • 1288 S. 1st St.

    Summit Credit Union Design. Drawing by Strang Inc.

    Proposed location of a Summit Credit Union branch.

  • 131 W. Seeboth St.

    131 W. Seeboth St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

  • 1325-27 W. Mineral St.

    1325-27 W. Mineral St.

  • 1517 S. 2nd St.

    1517 S. 2nd St. (City of Milwaukee)

    Mixed-use building in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood.

  • 158 S. Barclay St.

    Future home of 88.9 Radio Milwaukee

  • 161 First

    161 First

    Mixed-use development in Walker's Point.

  • 1617-1619 S. 1st St.

    1617 S. 1st St. (Photo taken by City of Milwaukee, 2005/01/05)

    Mixed-use building in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood.

  • 1958-1970 S. 1st St.

    Commercial Heat Treating. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    The longtime home of Commercial Heat Treating. Sold in 2018.

  • 207 E. Florida St.

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

  • 214 E. Florida St.

    214 E. Florida St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

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

  • 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.

  • 234 S. Water St.

    234 S. Water St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Site of four housing proposals in ten years. Rivianna was proposed by Robert Schultz in 2009. David Winograd proposed an apartment building for the site in 2015. Peter Renner proposed condominiums for the site in 2017. Ryan Bedford proposed an apartment tower in 2019. As of September 2019 the land is owned by VJS Construction […]

  • 325 W. Florida St.

    325 W. Florida St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 408 S. 3rd St.

    408 S. 3rd St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 425-431 W. National Ave.

    425 W. National Ave. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    A historic building being redeveloped in 12 apartments with first-floor commercial space.

  • 500 S. 3rd St.

    The Chef's Table. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 514-520 S. 6th St.

    514-520 S. 6th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Four-unit condominium being developed by Forward Investment Group in a historic structure originally built in 1892.

  • 522 S. 6th St.

    522 S. 6th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    12-unit apartment building in Walker's Point.

  • 530 S. 2nd St.

    530 S. 2nd St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Two-story industrial building in Walker's Point.

  • 613 S. 2nd St.

    Milwaukee Brewing Company, 613 S. 2nd St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 626 S. 5th St.

    626 S. 5th St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 644 S. 5th St.

    644 S. 5th St. Rendering by TKWA.

    Industrial building in Walker's Point planned for conversion into retail and office space.

  • 645 S. 6th St.

    645 S. 6th St. Photo by Dave Reid.

  • 700-706 S. 5th St.

    700-706 S. 5th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

  • 803 S. 3rd St.

    Little Whiskey Bar. Photo by Michael Horne

    Designed by architect Henry C. Koch.

  • 818 S. 2nd St.

    Walker's Pint. Photo by Michael Horne.

  • 823 S. 4th St.

    Escuela Vieau School, 823 S. 4th St. Photo by Dave Reid.

    Escuela Vieau School, 823 S. 4th St.

  • Acosta Middle School

    Acosta Middle School. Rendering by JAKnetter Architects.

    Middle school under construction for the United Community Center.

  • Aurora Sinai Medical Center

    Aurora Sinai Medical Center

    Hospital owned by Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee's Avenues West neighborhood.

  • Brix Apartment Lofts

    Brix Apartment Lofts

    Tim Dixon and Hovde Properties are converted the seven-story warehouse into 98 apartments.

  • 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 […]

  • Clock Shadow Building

    Clock Shadow Building Grand Opening Celebration

    The Clock Shadow Building is a green building in the Walker's Point neighborhood.

  • Coakley Brothers Complex

    Coakley Brothers Complex. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Coakley Brothers warehouse complex. The six-building complex dates back to 1911 according to city records.

  • Global Water Center

    Global Water Center

    Prior to opening as the Global Water Center in 2013 the address was changed from 233 W. Pittsburgh Ave to 247 Freshwater Way by the City of Milwaukee.

  • J.L. Burnham Building

    J.L. Burnham Building

    Articles Anchoring Walker’s Point, J.L. Burnham Block Documents Permanent Historic Designation Study Report    

  • Junior House Lofts

    Construction Begins on Junior House Lofts

    The Junior House Lofts is an apartment building in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood. It was originally built as a factory in 1915, before being renovated as an apartment building in late 2013 through July of 2013 by HKS Holdings, LLC. The building has 50 apartments. The development’s name is derived from a past tenant, Junior House […]

  • Next Act Theatre

    Next Act Theatre

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

  • Oregon at South Water Works

    Oregon at South Water Works

    Empty warehouse on the south end of the South Water Works complex.

  • Prime Leather Finishes Co. Building

    Prime Leather Project Is a Huge One. Photo by Michael Horne.

    Former Prime Leather Finishes Co. Building at 188 S. 2nd St. that has been converted to a multi-use retail and apartment project by David Winograd.

  • River Place Lofts

    River Place Lofts

  • Rivianna

    Rivianna as seen from the river.

  • SEVEN04 Place

    704 Place. Rendering by Tredo Group and Arc-Int Architecture.

    Sixty-unit apartment building at 704-710 W. National Ave.

  • Stoddard H. Martin House

    Stoddard H. Martin House

  • The Artistry

    133 W. Pittsburgh Ave - The Artistry. Photo by Jeramey Jannene

    Three-building complex at the southwest corner of W. Pittsburgh Ave. and S. 2nd St. in Walker's Point.

  • The Granary Lofts

    The Grainery. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Eight-story, 69-unit apartment building developed by David Winograd.

  • The Iron Horse Hotel

    Original building completed in 1907. Hotel completed in 2008.

  • The Point on the River

    View of The Point on the River.

  • The Quin

    The Quin Construction Site. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    A 70-unit apartment building proposed for Walker's Point. Construction is planned to begin in April 2017.

  • The Waterfront

    The Waterfront

    60-unit condominium development by Peter Renner in Walker's Point.

  • The Yards

    The Yards. Rendering by Rinka Chung Architecture.

    Proposed 86-unit apartment building by Linden Street Partners.

  • Trio Apartments

    W. Washington Ave. NLE apartment building rendering

    Under construction apartment building in Walker's Point.

  • Water Tech One at Reed Street Yards

    Rendering of Water Tech One.

    Water Tech One is a proposed building to be built in the recently created Reed Street Yards area in north Walker's Point.

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