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Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan To Convert Carleton School To Housing Revived
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan To Convert Carleton School To Housing Revived

2019 apartment project for 41st and Silver Spring revised. But some neighbors still object.

Friday Photos: Construction Starts on Elevation 1659 Apartments
Friday Photos

Construction Starts on Elevation 1659 Apartments

But design for project on Water and Jackson is modified since initial 2019 approval.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Reserve on The River Inches Towards Groundbreaking
Eyes on Milwaukee

Reserve on The River Inches Towards Groundbreaking

Second half of River House development would fill gap in riverwalk, add 222 apartments to Lower East Side.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Can’t Figure Out What To Do With Northridge Menards Proposal
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Can’t Figure Out What To Do With Northridge Menards Proposal

Retailer wants to add self-storage units to parking lot next to building. City concerned about unintended consequences, future development.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Deer District Concert Venue Wins First Approval, Despite Objections
Eyes on Milwaukee

Deer District Concert Venue Wins First Approval, Despite Objections

Other concert venues fight Live Nation's entrance into Milwaukee market.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Approves Controversial Church Apartment Plan
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Approves Controversial Church Apartment Plan

Heated hearing results in addition of a traffic study that city officials expect to prove negligible impact.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Menomonee Valley Building Wins Key Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Menomonee Valley Building Wins Key Approval

180,469-square-foot building on Canal St. to be built on 'spec,' as a possible warehouse.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Concordia 27 Will Offer Housing, Meals, Education
Eyes on Milwaukee

Concordia 27 Will Offer Housing, Meals, Education

NWSP, State, Wiegand to redevelop N. 27th St. building, create west side community hub.

MKE County: Reimagining Kosciuszko Community Center
MKE County

Reimagining Kosciuszko Community Center

Parks developing plans for redeveloped Kozy, but elected officials still haven't funded a new air conditioning system.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Affordable Senior Apartments Get Plan Commission Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Affordable Senior Apartments Get Plan Commission Approval

Plan calls for redeveloping former Perlick plant, with connection to planned bike trail.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Triciclo Peru Owners Could Buy Vliet Street Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Triciclo Peru Owners Could Buy Vliet Street Building

Restaurant plans production space for frozen empanadas in vacant, city-owned building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Commission Okays East Side Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Commission Okays East Side Project

But with conditions. Former Saints Peter and Paul building could be redeveloped in many ways.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Riverwalk Building Will Be Very Green
Eyes on Milwaukee

Riverwalk Building Will Be Very Green

15-story downtown mass timber tower, The Edison, aims for carbon neutral standard.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Commission Okays Third Ward Tower
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Commission Okays Third Ward Tower

"Magnificent building,' says one commissioner. Apartments will be among city's most expensive.

Transportation: City Creating Zoning Code For EV Chargers
Transportation

City Creating Zoning Code For EV Chargers

City anticipates surge in electric vehicles and could get federal money for charging stations.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Druml Seeking New Tenants For Haymarket Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Druml Seeking New Tenants For Haymarket Building

MATC poised to move out, former Blast Fitness space also available.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Commission Approves East Side Affordable Housing Design
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Commission Approves East Side Affordable Housing Design

79-unit apartment complex on Water Street approved despite neighbors concerns.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Deer District Hotel Secures First Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Deer District Hotel Secures First Approval

Plan Commission okays Milwaukee Bucks high-end hotel across from Fiserv Forum.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Solving the Townhome Design Dilemma?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Solving the Townhome Design Dilemma?

Committee okays New Land's downtown apartments and townhomes project. Redesigned patio aims to be public-facing yet private.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Commission Okays New Land Apartment Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Commission Okays New Land Apartment Project

251-unit complex Nova would rise on busy downtown street where Buca's once stood.

Eyes on Milwaukee: McKinley School Project’s Final Design Okayed
Eyes on Milwaukee

McKinley School Project’s Final Design Okayed

'Worst building ever seen' by city DNS will be turned into 35 apartments.

City Hall: Willie Smith Named to City Plan Commission
City Hall

Willie Smith Named to City Plan Commission

Northwest Side CDC Director would replace Darryl Johnson, whose term expired

City Hall: Brown Appointed To City Plan Commission
City Hall

Brown Appointed To City Plan Commission

City Hall veteran, former DCD Deputy Commissioner Martha Brown to fill vacant seat.

Plats and Parcels: Rite Hite’s New HQ Approved
Plats and Parcels

Rite Hite’s New HQ Approved

Plus: Walker's Point apartment plans dropped, while another neighborhood building sells.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Kovac Pushing Ascension To Improve East Side Parking
Eyes on Milwaukee

Kovac Pushing Ascension To Improve East Side Parking

Alderman calls garage design an abomination, wants better signage to let public know of free parking above Whole Foods.

Eyes on Milwaukee: World’s Tallest Timber Tower Gets First Okay
Eyes on Milwaukee

World’s Tallest Timber Tower Gets First Okay

City Plan Commission approves increase in Ascent's height to 25 floors.

Eyes on Milwaukee: State Office Building Gets Boost
Eyes on Milwaukee

State Office Building Gets Boost

Near West Side Partners leader says state is advancing project that could land on 27th St.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Okays Admiral’s Wharf Project

11-story, 133-unit apartment building planned for S. Water St. along Milwaukee River.

Plats and Parcels: Tent City Being Evicted
Plats and Parcels

Tent City Being Evicted

Plus: A packed week of real estate news, including the Schuster's project moving forward.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Holds Carleton School Redevelopment
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Holds Carleton School Redevelopment

Former MPS school proposed to become 62 units of housing.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Approves Komatsu Design
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Approves Komatsu Design

60-acre, $285 million campus gets approved after City Plan commissioners push for better pedestrian design.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Washington Nominated To City Plan Board
Eyes on Milwaukee

Washington Nominated To City Plan Board

Town Bank VP Ranell Washington would replace his former coworker on commission.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Sas-Pérez Appointed to City Plan Commission
Eyes on Milwaukee

Sas-Pérez Appointed to City Plan Commission

Mayor appoints south side leader to design and zoning oversight board.

Exhibit Based on Pulitzer Prize-Winning Book “Evicted” Opening at UWM Mobile Design Box
Press Release

Exhibit Based on Pulitzer Prize-Winning Book “Evicted” Opening at UWM Mobile Design Box

The “Evicted” exhibition was sponsored by the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., where it wrapped up a yearlong run in May.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Okays Hotel Rezoning
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Okays Hotel Rezoning

135-year-old building near Fiserv Forum could become 50-room Wyndham boutique hotel.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Summit Credit Union Coming to Walker’s Point
Eyes on Milwaukee

Summit Credit Union Coming to Walker’s Point

New branch of growing credit union will be located along S. 1st St. at Freshwater Plaza.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Return of The State Theater
Eyes on Milwaukee

Return of The State Theater

City committee advances group's plan to buy theater building on State St. by end of 2018.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Advances State Theater Redevelopment
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Advances State Theater Redevelopment

Plan would create all-ages venue in old movie theater on 26th and State.

8 Options for Domes Presented

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $500

8 Options for Domes Presented

8 Options for Domes Presented

Public input sought on options offered by task force, but costs of each unknown.

ZIP MKE Continues to Celebrate Milwaukee This Winter & Spring
Press Release

ZIP MKE Continues to Celebrate Milwaukee This Winter & Spring

New exhibits, a bus tour, and a new partnership with Jane’s Walk MKE

Eyes on Milwaukee: Historic Preservation in Peril
Eyes on Milwaukee

Historic Preservation in Peril

Job-creating historic preservation tax credits face cuts again, this time from Congress.

City People: Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community
City People

Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community

Allyson Nemec specializes in working with existing buildings, rather than new construction.

Community leaders in Milwaukee County show increasing momentum for Gwen Connolly for Circuit Court Judge
Press Release

Community leaders in Milwaukee County show increasing momentum for Gwen Connolly for Circuit Court Judge

Connolly has previously announced the endorsement of a majority of Mayors and Village Presidents in Milwaukee County, as well as hundreds of judges and attorneys, including many leaders working to serve the poor.

Plenty of Horne: Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich
Plenty of Horne

Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich

A host of notables gathered to salute Jakubovich and the fabulous historic architecture of Milwaukee he helped protect.

House Confidential: The Other Pabst Mansion
House Confidential

The Other Pabst Mansion

Once among a row of brewing family mansions, the neoclassical gem has been restored and can be toured this weekend.

Plenty of Horne: In Defense of Historic Tax Credits
Plenty of Horne

In Defense of Historic Tax Credits

National Trust for Historic Preservation's leader comes to town, where her speech to a crowd filled with notables dramatized the need for state to maintain the current credits.

UWM Alumni Association Announces 2014 Alumni Award Recipients
Press Release

UWM Alumni Association Announces 2014 Alumni Award Recipients

Alumni and University friends recognized for their achievements and commitment to UWM

Does Lakefront Still Lack a Vision?

Does Lakefront Still Lack a Vision?

Panelists at Discovery World conference debate plans and opportunities for Milwaukee's lakefront. A report with photos.

Eyes on Milwaukee: A Historic Milwaukee Celebration
Eyes on Milwaukee

A Historic Milwaukee Celebration

Plus: A national green award for The Brewery; and bringing fruit trees to Walker's Point.