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Plats and Parcels: More Downtown Projects Moving Forward
Plats and Parcels

More Downtown Projects Moving Forward

Progress happening on activation of Sentinel Building, redevelopment of Bradley Center and creation of S Block.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Jeffers Saves Historic Parish House
Eyes on Milwaukee

Jeffers Saves Historic Parish House

Downtown church gets new lease on life from creative developer and state law change.

Plats and Parcels: St. James Saved By Tax Credits
Plats and Parcels

St. James Saved By Tax Credits

Jeffers credits tax credits for saving historic downtown parish hall.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville
Eyes on Milwaukee

Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville

Actor Danny Glover and many local notables celebrate new development anchored by Black Holocaust Museum.

Friday Photos: The Brewery is Nearly Complete
Friday Photos

The Brewery is Nearly Complete

Abandoned brewery now a vibrant, urban neighborhood.

Plats and Parcels: The Expanding Empire of Josh Jeffers
Plats and Parcels

The Expanding Empire of Josh Jeffers

And why the curious contractor switcheroo for The Couture?

Plats and Parcels: Is the Downtown Apartment Boom Over?
Plats and Parcels

Is the Downtown Apartment Boom Over?

Wangard hesitates over river-side apartment complex, while other projects push ahead.

Eyes on Milwaukee: St. James Church Project Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

St. James Church Project Approved

New apartment building will rise behind historic church.

Plats and Parcels: Huge Historic Redo for North Avenue
Plats and Parcels

Huge Historic Redo for North Avenue

Redeveloping 20,000-square-foot buildings that housed G. Daddy’s and Hotel Foster.

Eyes on Milwaukee: John Ridley Opening Movie Studio
Eyes on Milwaukee

John Ridley Opening Movie Studio

Oscar-winning, Milwaukee-born movie maker aims to transform city's film scene.

Eyes on Milwaukee: St. James Project Stuck in Committee
Eyes on Milwaukee

St. James Project Stuck in Committee

Developer would redevelop church, but can't get past Historic Preservation Commission.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 10 Most Popular Stories of 2017
Eyes on Milwaukee

10 Most Popular Stories of 2017

A second lakefront tower, a mini-High Line and other favorite stories.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The “S Block” Conceptually Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

The “S Block” Conceptually Approved

Seven-story building proposed for the heart of downtown in historic district.

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: Apartments Planned At St. James Church
Eyes on Milwaukee

Apartments Planned At St. James Church

Seven-floor apartment complex just off Wisconsin Ave. would also save church.

Friday Photos: The Griot
Friday Photos

The Griot

New apartment complex, new Black Holocaust Museum, revitalized Bronzeville.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside the Mackie Flats
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside the Mackie Flats

See how Jeffers and Continuum gave new life to a Milwaukee icon.

Friday Photos: Vim and Vigor at The Brewery
Friday Photos

Vim and Vigor at The Brewery

Two new apartment buildings are rising up, while another one is cancelled.

Friday Photos: The Hopping Brewery
Friday Photos

The Hopping Brewery

Four apartment buildings, two new breweries and a hotel coming to former Pabst brewery.

Friday Photos: Bronzeville Rising
Friday Photos

Bronzeville Rising

New apartment complex, new Black Holocaust Museum.

Now Serving: New Restaurant on Brady
Now Serving

New Restaurant on Brady

Plus: Cermak gives Walker's Point residents access to more groceries.

Now Serving: New Pizza Place, New Burger Joint
Now Serving

New Pizza Place, New Burger Joint

Both on Water St. And The Diplomat will serve small plates on Brady St.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee’s Most Schizophrenic Developer?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Milwaukee’s Most Schizophrenic Developer?

Joshua Jeffers is spending millions to redevelop the Mackie Building and famed Grain Exchange.

Council Okays Garfield Development

Council Okays Garfield Development

City TID will help finance Bronzeville development including Black Holocaust Museum.

Now Serving: Coffee Coffee, More Coffee
Now Serving

Coffee Coffee, More Coffee

Valentine Coffee will have second location. And Milwaukee Coffee Peddlers opens.

Friday Photos: How to Renovate a Masterpiece
Friday Photos

How to Renovate a Masterpiece

New owners spending millions to redo 1879 Mackie Building. Our photos tell the tale.

Jeffers plans September start for Mount Pleasant assisted living development

Contribution to Robert Bauman of $100

Jeffers plans September start for Mount Pleasant assisted living development

Contribution to Nik Kovac of $100

Jeffers plans September start for Mount Pleasant assisted living development
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Jeffers plans September start for Mount Pleasant assisted living development

Financing plan for downtown building renovation comes into focus
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Financing plan for downtown building renovation comes into focus

City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End
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City panel approves financial help for RiverWalk at The North End

Milwaukee support for downtown Mackie Building apartment conversion OK’d
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Milwaukee support for downtown Mackie Building apartment conversion OK’d

Plenty of Horne: The Mackie Building’s Major Renovation
Plenty of Horne

The Mackie Building’s Major Renovation

135-year-old building will be beautified and renovated to create 26 apartments, and a proposal for a modernistic "Mackie Building South" could connect to it.

Plenty of Horne: In Defense of Historic Tax Credits
Plenty of Horne

In Defense of Historic Tax Credits

National Trust for Historic Preservation's leader comes to town, where her speech to a crowd filled with notables dramatized the need for state to maintain the current credits.

Older Buildings – Livable Cities
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Older Buildings – Livable Cities

Stephanie Meeks has been the president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation since July 2010

Walker’s Budget Reduces Historic Tax Credits

Walker’s Budget Reduces Historic Tax Credits

Tighter guidelines for credits and less total funding could hurt development in Milwaukee.

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

Inside the Mackie Building

Our photos take you inside the 1879 structure, the former Grain Exchange, and one of the city's most historic and beautiful buildings.