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Walnut Way Moves forward on Development Project
Press Release

Walnut Way Moves forward on Development Project

With team in place, The Innovations and Wellness Commons broke ground this fall

Walnut Way wins Data You Can Use Competition
Press Release

Walnut Way wins Data You Can Use Competition

Data Grant Aims to Support Anti-Displacement Activities in Lindsay Heights

Eyes on Milwaukee: 59 Winning Businesses in Brew City Match
Eyes on Milwaukee

59 Winning Businesses in Brew City Match

92 percent are run by entrepreneurs of color, 80 percent owned by women.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Blue Skies Expanding on North Avenue
Eyes on Milwaukee

Blue Skies Expanding on North Avenue

Landscaping company started by Walnut Way buying three properties at 19th and North.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee’s First Eco-Neighborhood
Eyes on Milwaukee

Milwaukee’s First Eco-Neighborhood

Community partners celebrate reinvigoration of Lindsay Heights neighborhood.

“Green-Ribbon” Status of the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Grows with New Green Infrastructure, Solar Installations and Eco Tour Designation
2019 MANDI Nominee: Lindsay Heights Business Hires Area Residents
2019 MANDI Nominee

Lindsay Heights Business Hires Area Residents

Blue Skies Landscaping, a social enterprise initiated by Walnut Way co-founder, has changed lives.

How An Immigrants’ Son Changed the City

How An Immigrants’ Son Changed the City

Joe Zilber’s philanthropy is improving poor neighborhoods on north and south side.

Special Report: How Joe Zilber Changed Lindsay Heights
Special Report

How Joe Zilber Changed Lindsay Heights

Zilber Initiative's funding leveraged $111 million investment in near North Side neighborhood.

Walnut Way Seeks Grass Roots Leaders

Walnut Way Seeks Grass Roots Leaders

"Lead Where You Live" initiative seeks block captains, volunteers to improve neighborhood.

Lindsay Heights Mural Restored

Lindsay Heights Mural Restored

Group of youth artists restore the “Caring Neighbors” mural first created in 2006.

Walnut Way Leader Pushes Economic Development

Walnut Way Leader Pushes Economic Development

Antonio Butts foresees north side neighborhood becoming prime designation for black professionals.