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Brianna Sas-Pérez

Brianna Sas-Pérez, Executive Director of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc.

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Plats and Parcels: State Aids Convention Center Expansion
Plats and Parcels

State Aids Convention Center Expansion

Plus: Affordable housing developer buys south side site, Irgens plan to redevelop M&I building

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.

Zilber Initiative Helps Near South Side

Zilber Initiative Helps Near South Side

Home ownership, retail corridors revived in Silver City, two other neighborhoods.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Revitalizing Silver City
Eyes on Milwaukee

Revitalizing Silver City

New restaurant will anchor redeveloped building on W. National Ave.

How to Rehab the Near South Side

How to Rehab the Near South Side

Since 2012, non-profit program gave $239,000 in grants to 232 homeowners.

Silver City Catalytic Project Taking Shape
Press Release

Silver City Catalytic Project Taking Shape

“Sneak Peek” of Commercial Corridor Project Underway on West National Avenue

LBWN Unanimously Appoints New Executive Leadership
Press Release

LBWN Unanimously Appoints New Executive Leadership

Brianna Sas-Pérez named Executive Director of LBWN

New Arlington Heights Park Opens Soon

New Arlington Heights Park Opens Soon

Ribbon cutting set for first MKE Plays playground at Arlington Heights Park

Students create intersection mural for their neighborhood and learn civic engagement
Press Release

Students create intersection mural for their neighborhood and learn civic engagement

A.W.E., LBWN partner with MPS Doerfler Elementary students to create intersection mural, teach civics

Grants Upgrade South Side Neighborhood

Grants Upgrade South Side Neighborhood

Matching grant programs spend $29,000 to leverage more than $154,000 spent by residents to improve their homes.

The House With No Energy Costs

The House With No Energy Costs

Renovation of foreclosed South Side duplex equips it with solar and other upgrades, now has no energy bill.

A South Side Tour of Homes

A South Side Tour of Homes

Sponsored by BMO Harris Bank, it showed potential homeowners the charms of three South Side neighborhoods.