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Carlen Hatala

Carlen Hatala, Senior Planner-Historic Preservation at City of Milwaukee.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: Forest Home Library Is Historic. For Now
Eyes on Milwaukee

Forest Home Library Is Historic. For Now

Temporary designation stops development for 28 days. Hearing on permanent designation on November 30th.

Plats and Parcels: 11 Key Details About the Convention Center Expansion
Plats and Parcels

11 Key Details About the Convention Center Expansion

Plus: Rite-Hite moving to city, Mitchell Street mystery, Lower East Side projects still alive.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Sheridan Apartments Could Be Nationally Recognized
Eyes on Milwaukee

Sheridan Apartments Could Be Nationally Recognized

Rick Wiegand nominates Wisconsin Ave. building for National Register of Historic Places.

Plats and Parcels: Goll Mansion Site for Sale
Plats and Parcels

Goll Mansion Site for Sale

Plus: A full week of real estate news.

Eyes on Milwaukee: A Farmhouse Seeks Historic Designation
Eyes on Milwaukee

A Farmhouse Seeks Historic Designation

Old home on 51st and North, once on city's rural fringe, likely to be designated.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New Signs for Pabst Theater
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Signs for Pabst Theater

Scrolling, chasing LED signs are big -- too big? -- and offer homage to theater's history.

Plats and Parcels: Downtown House Being Deconstructed For Apartments
Plats and Parcels

Downtown House Being Deconstructed For Apartments

Plus: City planning third cruise ship dock

Plats and Parcels: Lakefront Tower Loses A Few Floors
Plats and Parcels

Lakefront Tower Loses A Few Floors

Plus: Northridge Mall trial starts, Foxconn bailing on project could cause up to $120 million state bailout.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Second New East Side Home Revealed
Eyes on Milwaukee

Second New East Side Home Revealed

Designs submitted for second new home in North Point Historic District.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Appeal Dropped on Bucks Player’s Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Appeal Dropped on Bucks Player’s Project

Civil War-era building can be razed. New three-unit apartment building can be developed.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Guard Scores Again on Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Guard Scores Again on Project

Historic preservation group again clears way for Connaughton's downtown development.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 1860s Home Isn’t Historic Says Commission
Eyes on Milwaukee

1860s Home Isn’t Historic Says Commission

Historic commission's surprising vote rejects historic designation, inches Bucks guard's project closer to reality.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Mural Spurs Historic Preservation Reform
Eyes on Milwaukee

Mural Spurs Historic Preservation Reform

Historic Preservation Commission moving to establish guidelines for murals.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Gokhman House Sails Through Commission
Eyes on Milwaukee

Gokhman House Sails Through Commission

New design met with universal approval by Historic Preservation Commission.

Plats and Parcels: Journal Sentinel Complex Sold
Plats and Parcels

Journal Sentinel Complex Sold

Plus: Badger Mutual moving downtown, Northridge security deal, Lion House has a buyer and much more.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Controversy Over Historic Building’s Mural
Eyes on Milwaukee

Controversy Over Historic Building’s Mural

Mitchell Street mural sparks debate. Is a mural just paint? Should it be removed?

Eyes on Milwaukee: Huron Building Design Tweaked Yet Again
Eyes on Milwaukee

Huron Building Design Tweaked Yet Again

Change done to harmonize building with adjacent Mackie Building. HPC members approve.

Dining: New “White House” Could Open Soon
Dining

New “White House” Could Open Soon

Couple planning European inspired restaurant in long-time Bay View tavern.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Journal Sentinel Making Historic Move
Eyes on Milwaukee

Journal Sentinel Making Historic Move

Newspaper selling its home of 95 years, moving to leased space in 330 Kilbourn complex.

Eyes on Milwaukee: HPC Board Puts Modern Homes on Hold
Eyes on Milwaukee

HPC Board Puts Modern Homes on Hold

New homes proposed for East Side historic district don't meet "any of the guidelines."

Campaign Targets Abele’s Plan to Raze Home

Campaign Targets Abele’s Plan to Raze Home

Shorewood residents organize letter writing campaign, online petition to save historic Eschweiler mansion.

What’s It Worth?: George Watts Building Worth $1.5 Million
What’s It Worth?

George Watts Building Worth $1.5 Million

And so many memories of genteel china shop visited by folks like the 4th Baron Wedgwood.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Committee Says Marcus Center Isn’t Historic
Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Says Marcus Center Isn’t Historic

City committee overrules Historic Preservation Commission. Full Common Council up next.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Marcus Center, Kiley Grove Deemed Historic
Eyes on Milwaukee

Marcus Center, Kiley Grove Deemed Historic

Commission decision stalls redevelopment, but allows four ailing trees to be cut down.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Commission Deems Journal Sentinel Complex Historic
Eyes on Milwaukee

Commission Deems Journal Sentinel Complex Historic

Two council members push for designation in advance of paper's possible relocation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Journal Complex Historic for Now
Eyes on Milwaukee

Journal Complex Historic for Now

Historic Preservation Commission grants temporary designation for complex.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The Marcus Center is Historic. For Now
Eyes on Milwaukee

The Marcus Center is Historic. For Now

Commission grants temporary historic designation, though Marcus Center opposed it.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MillerCoors Won’t Move Gettelman House
Eyes on Milwaukee

MillerCoors Won’t Move Gettelman House

Historic home will be restored, but plans to move it across the street are canceled.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MillerCoors Razes Historic Gettelman Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

MillerCoors Razes Historic Gettelman Building

Brewery's demolition part of compromise to add parking, preserve Gettleman house.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Historic Commission Saves Clarke Square Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Historic Commission Saves Clarke Square Building

Notre Dame School of Milwaukee wants to demolish building for open space.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bay View’s White House Officially Historic
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bay View’s White House Officially Historic

City's Historic Preservation Commission gives tavern a temporary historic designation.

House Confidential: A James Douglas Masterpiece
House Confidential

A James Douglas Masterpiece

Wonderful Prospect Ave. mansion built in 1890 by one of city's best architects.

Plenty of Horne: Will Historic Home Be Saved?
Plenty of Horne

Will Historic Home Be Saved?

St. Rita's development could destroy 1875 building by architect James Douglas.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Officials Delay St. James Church Proposal
Eyes on Milwaukee

Officials Delay St. James Church Proposal

City historic commission votes to hold plan for new apartments near 9th and Wisconsin.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Modern Brady Street Building Approved by Historic Commission
Eyes on Milwaukee

Modern Brady Street Building Approved by Historic Commission

Historic commission staff tried to hold modern building, but commissioners overruled.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Passes Gettelman Deal That Will Save One Building, Demolish Others
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Passes Gettelman Deal That Will Save One Building, Demolish Others

MillerCoors will demolish historic brewery structures featured prominently in their marketing.

Miller Compromises on Gettelman Brewery

Miller Compromises on Gettelman Brewery

MillerCoors only wants to demolish half of historic complex after community push back.

Now Serving: New Riverwest Brewery, Tosa Stone Creek
Now Serving

New Riverwest Brewery, Tosa Stone Creek

And Third Ward's Hinterland closes after 10 years in business.

Plenty of Horne: 19th Century Third Ward Tavern Saved
Plenty of Horne

19th Century Third Ward Tavern Saved

Decrepit Erie St. tavern predating great 1892 fire will get historic renovation.

Weise Building Gets Temporary Historic Designation

Weise Building Gets Temporary Historic Designation

Developers may save facades of century-old Eschweiler-designed building on Farwell.

Plenty of Horne: Historic Preservation Winners Celebrated
Plenty of Horne

Historic Preservation Winners Celebrated

And Best Place at the Pabst Brewery announces new coffee shop and bar.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Gettelman Brewery Buildings Saved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Gettelman Brewery Buildings Saved

At least for now. City HPC grants temporary historic designation.

City Panel Rejects Sherman Park Station

City Panel Rejects Sherman Park Station

Design criticized. Would replace gas station destroyed during summer riot.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Hotel Gets Key Approval
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Hotel Gets Key Approval

Historic Preservation Commission clears downtown hotel tower to move forward

Donor Pledges $1 Million for Lake Park Bridge

Donor Pledges $1 Million for Lake Park Bridge

But anonymous East Side philanthropist demands closing Ravine Road to vehicle traffic.

Lake Park Bridge Faces Thorny Issues

Lake Park Bridge Faces Thorny Issues

Citizens narrow options, but funding issue still makes any solution tough to accomplish.

House Confidential: Dr. Sheldon Wasserman’s Lesser Manse
House Confidential

Dr. Sheldon Wasserman’s Lesser Manse

The Democrat's $655,700 Lake Dr. home barely compares to his neighbors' mansions.

House Confidential: A Historic House Almost Destroyed
House Confidential

A Historic House Almost Destroyed

1880 home on Cambridge saved by historic preservation law that could be overthrown.

City Officials Act to Save Cambridge Ave. Home

City Officials Act to Save Cambridge Ave. Home

Ald. Kovac sought temporary historic designation, contends too many period homes have been razed for apartment buildings.

Plenty of Horne: Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich
Plenty of Horne

Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich

A host of notables gathered to salute Jakubovich and the fabulous historic architecture of Milwaukee he helped protect.

Finally, a Beer Garden Disguised As a Polish Flat

Finally, a Beer Garden Disguised As a Polish Flat

The Nomad’s "Faux Flat" design is approved, but noise is a concern for neighbors

Plenty of Horne: A Battle Over Historic Designation
Plenty of Horne

A Battle Over Historic Designation

Developer Robert Joseph wants to demolish 1880s tavern but Ald. Bauman and Third Ward board vote for historic designation, which provides protection for now.

Plenty of Horne: Will Historic Building in Third Ward Be Saved?
Plenty of Horne

Will Historic Building in Third Ward Be Saved?

Third Ward review board defers decision on Historic Designation. And Milwaukee now has a Croatian sister city.

Plenty of Horne: The Legacy of Paul Jakubovich
Plenty of Horne

The Legacy of Paul Jakubovich

The City’s Historic Preservation Officer had an unmatched knowledge of and commitment to the preservation of historic buildings.

Historic Preservation, Clerk’s Office team up to document condemned convent
Press Release

Historic Preservation, Clerk’s Office team up to document condemned convent

Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Commission is teaming up with the Wisconsin Historical Society and the Public Information Division of the City Clerk’s Office to collect photos of the building and document its history on an interactive website.