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Brandon Rule

Brandon Rule, president of Rule Enterprises LLC.

Rule is a graduate of Associates in Commercial Real Estate.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: East Side Apartment Complex Gets Key Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

East Side Apartment Complex Gets Key Approval

"Overwhelming" opposition doesn't stop approval of new affordable housing complex.

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.

Friday Photos: THIRTEEN31 Rises On W. National Ave.
Friday Photos

THIRTEEN31 Rises On W. National Ave.

The majority of its apartments will rent for below-market rates.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New Apartments for N. Water St. Draw Opposition
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Apartments for N. Water St. Draw Opposition

Brandon Rule seeks to build workforce housing development along Milwaukee River.

Friday Photos: THIRTEEN31’s Rise
Friday Photos

THIRTEEN31’s Rise

New apartment building takes shape in Walker's Point.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New Plan To Replace MLK Library
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Plan To Replace MLK Library

City hoping fourth time's the charm for Martin Luther King Library.

Friday Photos: THIRTEEN31 Place Takes Shape
Friday Photos

THIRTEEN31 Place Takes Shape

Foundation work underway for new Walker's Point apartment building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Michael Emem’s Rising Real Estate Career
Eyes on Milwaukee

Michael Emem’s Rising Real Estate Career

From drawing homes in high school to building them across the city.

MANDI Feature: Seven04 Place Apartments is an Award Finalist
MANDI Feature

Seven04 Place Apartments is an Award Finalist

First-time developer Brandon Rule's 60-unit affordable housing development is up for a State Farm Building Blocks award at this year's MANDIs.

Plats and Parcels: State Grant Will Support 27th and Wisconsin Demolition
Plats and Parcels

State Grant Will Support 27th and Wisconsin Demolition

Plus: A run down of the week's real estate news.

Eyes on Milwaukee: $6.9 Million Won for 317 Affordable Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

$6.9 Million Won for 317 Affordable Apartments

7 city projects win WHEDA funding that will leverage millions more private dollars.

Plats and Parcels: Convention Center Expansion Paused
Plats and Parcels

Convention Center Expansion Paused

Market uncertainty will prevent necessary bond sale to finance Wisconsin Center expansion.

Eyes on Milwaukee: National Ave. Affordable Housing Moves Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

National Ave. Affordable Housing Moves Forward

But is it ugly? Committee debates design of Thirteen31 building at 13th and National.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Approves Ikon Hotel Deal Despite Objections
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Approves Ikon Hotel Deal Despite Objections

Plus: Council unanimously endorses host of other development projects.

Plats and Parcels: Michels Has Hotel Partner for $100 Million Development
Plats and Parcels

Michels Has Hotel Partner for $100 Million Development

Plus: Work underway on effort to save Soldiers' Home.

Eyes on Milwaukee: UniteMKE Plans Restaurant, HQ on North Ave.
Eyes on Milwaukee

UniteMKE Plans Restaurant, HQ on North Ave.

Wood Fire Pizza and Wine would have job training and social mission.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Would Redevelop Johnson’s Park Site
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Would Redevelop Johnson’s Park Site

Developer Brandon Rule plans affordable housing and some "entertainment" at former mini-golf park.

Plats and Parcels: Bucks Vetting Bids For New Hotels
Plats and Parcels

Bucks Vetting Bids For New Hotels

Plus: Foxconn plans another building and Northridge battle cleared for court challenge

Eyes on Milwaukee: Ribbon Cutting Celebrates SEVEN04 Place, Developer Brandon Rule
Eyes on Milwaukee

Ribbon Cutting Celebrates SEVEN04 Place, Developer Brandon Rule

First development from young, African-American developer brings new, affordable housing to Walker's Point.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 520 New Affordable Apartments Planned
Eyes on Milwaukee

520 New Affordable Apartments Planned

Seven affordable housing projects in city win 22.5% of state's latest WHEDA tax credits.

Plats and Parcels: The Couture Still in Limbo
Plats and Parcels

The Couture Still in Limbo

Plus: Plans to convert two schools to apartments advance, more affordable housing in Walker's Point

Friday Photos: SEVEN04 Place Takes Shape
Friday Photos

SEVEN04 Place Takes Shape

Young developer Brandon Rule's first project rising at 7th and National.

Eyes on Milwaukee: “The Yards” Design Gets a Thumbs Up
Eyes on Milwaukee

“The Yards” Design Gets a Thumbs Up

A "gorgeous building" with "really nice design elements," one commissioner raves.

Eyes on Milwaukee: “The Yards” Proposed for Walker’s Point
Eyes on Milwaukee

“The Yards” Proposed for Walker’s Point

5-story mixed-use building with 87 apartment units on booming S. 2nd St.

Plats and Parcels: The Hubbub in Walker’s Point
Plats and Parcels

The Hubbub in Walker’s Point

It's all happening in Walker's Point, a bevy of busy reporters agree.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Construction Starts on SEVEN04 Place
Eyes on Milwaukee

Construction Starts on SEVEN04 Place

Complicated Walker's Point project is moving forward.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Will Fund Walker’s Point Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Will Fund Walker’s Point Project

$525,000 for affordable housing project at 7th and National.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments

E. North Ave. tavern and next door duplex replaced by 5-story, 44-unit complex.

Apartments, retail proposed along National Avenue in Milwaukee
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Apartments, retail proposed along National Avenue in Milwaukee

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Summit explores the causes of high black male unemployment in Milwaukee.

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $50

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $50

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $25