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Eyes on Milwaukee: City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Advances $8.1 Million TIF for Michels

Stunning $100 million project along KK River could bring 800 jobs to Harbor District.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Should City Buy Third Ward Swing Bridge?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Should City Buy Third Ward Swing Bridge?

Ald. Robert Bauman advances idea to turn swing bridge into pedestrian bridge.

Friday Photos: Meet Trestle Park
Friday Photos

Meet Trestle Park

Milwaukee's newest park, in the Third Ward, offers incredible river views.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Trestle Park Will Cost $1.2 Million
Eyes on Milwaukee

Trestle Park Will Cost $1.2 Million

Highly-anticipated Third Ward park won't be cheap, but city says costs are reasonable.

City Will Terminate Manpower Agreement

City Will Terminate Manpower Agreement

Grunau and Schiltz Park will sell Manpower building and repay city loans they owe.

City Approves Schlitz Park Upgrades

City Approves Schlitz Park Upgrades

$875,000 in new TIF spending for safety measures and better RiverWalk access.

City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End
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City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End

Third Ward Riverwalk Advances at Committee

Third Ward Riverwalk Advances at Committee

At the February 22nd, 2012 meeting of the Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee a previously held file was approved that will allow the City of Milwaukee to fund a short section of the riverwalk in the Historic Third Ward.

Key Riverwalk Project Held at Committee

Key Riverwalk Project Held at Committee

Most of Milwaukee's riverwalk system has been built as a public-private partnership as new developments occurred, but a file before yesterday's Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development committee proposed that the City of Milwaukee fund a short section of the system. City staff determined that an 80-foot stretch along Erie St., between River Renaissance and Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, is unlikely to see new development in the foreseeable future.