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Plats and Parcels: UWM Gets Okay to Partially Demolish Columbia Hospital
Plats and Parcels

UWM Gets Okay to Partially Demolish Columbia Hospital

Plus: Council could delay convention center expansion, MSOE expanding nursing facilities.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Emergency Housing Program Stalls
Eyes on Milwaukee

Emergency Housing Program Stalls

Proposal for 10 multi-family homes for those at-risk could face funding gap, other issues.

City Hall:  Developers Must Monitor Homes on Hold
City Hall

Developers Must Monitor Homes on Hold

Under new policy, developers must watchdog city-owned homes held for them to buy.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Plans 2nd Round of Housing Rehab
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Plans 2nd Round of Housing Rehab

MERI 2.0 to sell homes for $1 and developers must hire under- or unemployed workers.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 40 Affordable Homes for Washington Park
Eyes on Milwaukee

40 Affordable Homes for Washington Park

Developer plans to rehab 24 properties, including many duplexes, in one-mile radius.

Plats and Parcels: Journal Square Will Be Hundreds of Apartments
Plats and Parcels

Journal Square Will Be Hundreds of Apartments

Plus: Packed week of affordable housing news, and Cheesehead expansion.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Gorman Buying 38 Foreclosed Homes
Eyes on Milwaukee

Gorman Buying 38 Foreclosed Homes

Developer will convert city-owned homes on North Side to affordable rental housing.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Mayor Signs Homeless Proposal on Veterans Day
Eyes on Milwaukee

Mayor Signs Homeless Proposal on Veterans Day

Development would house up to 48 veterans while providing supportive services.

Eyes on Milwaukee: What’s This Sherman Park Home Worth?
Eyes on Milwaukee

What’s This Sherman Park Home Worth?

City, prospective buyer have wrangled over price of foreclosed home.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Tiny Homes Land Sale Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Tiny Homes Land Sale Approved

City committee okays sale of 7 acres for veterans' housing; zoning change still needed.

Eyes on Milwaukee: McKinley School Plan Passed Despite Protests
Eyes on Milwaukee

McKinley School Plan Passed Despite Protests

Opponents of affordable housing plan show up at City Hall with signs, to no avail.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Committee Advances McKinley School Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Advances McKinley School Project

Opponents demand half the building and half of the low-income housing tax credits.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Wildenberg Hotel Will Be Redeveloped
Eyes on Milwaukee

Wildenberg Hotel Will Be Redeveloped

Developer Que El-Amin giving 1856 building new life as anchor of housing development.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Should McKinley School Be Redeveloped?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Should McKinley School Be Redeveloped?

Gorman & Co. pushes redevelopment plan, while a few neighbors vehemently object.

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation Announces  2018 Winners for Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods
Press Release

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation Announces 2018 Winners for Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods

From public nominations, a volunteer Selection Committee named 12 finalists in December, and winners were announced Thursday, March 15

Eyes on Milwaukee: Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens
Eyes on Milwaukee

Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens

City aims to cultivate artistic community instead of demolishing homes.

City Seeks Rescue for Several Buildings

City Seeks Rescue for Several Buildings

Gorman will redevelop McKinley school. Old Esperanza auto repair shop needs savior.

City Seeks Rescue for Several Buildings

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