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Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Apartments Move Forward, But…
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Apartments Move Forward, But…

Historic Commission wants stained glass windows reused. That's a problem.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Center Would Become Up To 25 Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Center Would Become Up To 25 Apartments

New filings reveal more of Ascendant's new plan for the 132-year-old building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Center Could House Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Center Could House Apartments

Once slated to be a hotel with a new tower, historic downtown building would now become housing.

Goodbye, Downtown Cousins Subs

Goodbye, Downtown Cousins Subs

Shop at 324 E. Wisconsin Ave. has closed. City still has 18 others.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Gives Masonic Center Historic Status
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Gives Masonic Center Historic Status

Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center gets designation, despite masons' opposition.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Ascendant Buys Masonic Temple for Hotel
Eyes on Milwaukee

Ascendant Buys Masonic Temple for Hotel

Controversial hotel project on Van Buren St. takes big step.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Hotel Inches Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Hotel Inches Forward

Approval depends on 20 well-hidden stained glass windows.

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

Eyes on Milwaukee: More Views of Masonic Hotel
Eyes on Milwaukee

More Views of Masonic Hotel

See the rooftop beer garden and how the new tower connects to the building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The Masonic Hotel Moves Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

The Masonic Hotel Moves Forward

14-story tower would be built atop historic three-story building. Will it be opposed?

Eyes on Milwaukee: Masonic Lodge Could Become Hotel
Eyes on Milwaukee

Masonic Lodge Could Become Hotel

Plan would build addition atop historic building, but will preservation advocates block it?

Best of Doors Open: Inside the Wells Building

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $1,000

Best of Doors Open: Inside the Wells Building
Best of Doors Open

Inside the Wells Building

Step inside the 15-story high-rise, which was the largest terra cotta building in the world when built in 1901.