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Herman Schnetzky

Herman Paul (H.P.) Schnetzky was a Milwaukee-based architect at the turn of the 20th century.

In 1892 he started a partnership with Eugene Liebert, which was dissolved in 1897. Both were employed by Henry Koch.

Schnetzky died in 1916.

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107 New Apartments For N. 5th Street

107 New Apartments For N. 5th Street

Ribbon cutting touts conversion of two old buildings into apartments in Harambee area.

The Harambee Revival Continues
Press Release

The Harambee Revival Continues

Historic renovations of the underutilized Nunn Bush Shoe Factory and vacant former Fifth Street School are a dream come true for seniors, veterans, jobs seekers… and the late Welford Sanders. Presenters and guests include City of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, the family of Welford Sanders, community members and project partners.

House Confidential: New York Times Most Popular Home
House Confidential

New York Times Most Popular Home

That would be this 1892, Queen Anne home on West Side selling for just $190,000.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside the Brix Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside the Brix Apartments

Rehabbed, century-old Walker's Point candy factory now a cool apartment complex.