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Kalan Haywood

Kalan Haywood, president of Vangard Development.

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Old Library To Become Retail Market

Old Library To Become Retail Market

Building on 42nd and North, vacant since 2003, would feature various retail vendors.

No Choice in 36% of Legislative Races

No Choice in 36% of Legislative Races

Gerrymandering and decline in number of candidates leaves 2.5 million residents with no choice.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Breaking Ground for Five Fifty Ultra Lofts
Eyes on Milwaukee

Breaking Ground for Five Fifty Ultra Lofts

Project is a major milestone for the city, Bucks and local bucks.

Friday Photos: City Place Apartments Rising
Friday Photos

City Place Apartments Rising

MANDI-winning developer Kalan Haywood's new venture is taking shape in Halyard Park.

Developer Kalan Haywood Wins Three MANDI’s

Developer Kalan Haywood Wins Three MANDI’s

Pete’s Fruit Market, one of his projects, also a big winner.

Award highlights unprecedented growth of 6th District
Press Release

Award highlights unprecedented growth of 6th District

"The 6th District is in a transformational time and these projects are fine examples of that."

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation Announces  2018 Winners for Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods
Press Release

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation Announces 2018 Winners for Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods

From public nominations, a volunteer Selection Committee named 12 finalists in December, and winners were announced Thursday, March 15

Vote for MANDI People’s Choice Winner

Vote for MANDI People’s Choice Winner

Voting has started for this Milwaukee Award for Neighborhood Development.

People’s Choice Award Encourages the Public to Vote For Milwaukee Improvement Projects and Leaders
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People’s Choice Award Encourages the Public to Vote For Milwaukee Improvement Projects and Leaders

Awards Recognize Innovative Projects Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods

Developer Has Had Big Impact on City

Developer Has Had Big Impact on City

Kalan Haywood has renovated Germania Building, developed subdivisions, apartment complexes, retail.

The Rise of Reckless Driving

The Rise of Reckless Driving

Vehicles speeding, running red lights causing more deaths, hit-and-run accidents.

Pete’s Fruit Market Blooms in Food Desert

Pete’s Fruit Market Blooms in Food Desert

Big hit with customers. 75% of workers from the neighborhood.

City’s Housing Fund Has Big Impact

City’s Housing Fund Has Big Impact

$7 million invested over 11 years has leveraged an additional $176 million in spending.

MANDI Finalists Are Celebrated

MANDI Finalists Are Celebrated

12 finalists chosen for Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: How Legacy Lofts Overcame the Odds
Eyes on Milwaukee

How Legacy Lofts Overcame the Odds

Conversion of old ice cream factory died many times before work could begin.

Pete’s Fruit Market Boosts Bronzeville

Pete’s Fruit Market Boosts Bronzeville

New grocery store comes after neighbors opposed Family Dollar moving in.

Pete’s Fruit Market Comes To Bronzeville

Pete’s Fruit Market Comes To Bronzeville

Grocery targets food deserts, opens on North and MLK Dr. September 14.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Approves Millions of Dollars of Development
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Approves Millions of Dollars of Development

New construction for Downtown, East Side, Bay View, Menomonee Valley and more.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Committee Approves Raft of Projects
Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Approves Raft of Projects

New construction for Downtown, East Side, Bay View, Menomonee Valley and more.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments

E. North Ave. tavern and next door duplex replaced by 5-story, 44-unit complex.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Okays 6 Projects, 346 Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Okays 6 Projects, 346 Apartments

Millions of dollars in new development in five neighborhoods.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New Apartments Approved for Halyard Park
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Apartments Approved for Halyard Park

Kalan Haywood's City Place project north of arena moves forward.

Special message from Superintendent Driver

Contribution to Robert Bauman of $250

Special message from Superintendent Driver

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $100

Special message from Superintendent Driver
Press Release

Special message from Superintendent Driver

"As I have reflected on the week and on the actions and reactions of our community, it is clear that people are hurting."

Eyes on Milwaukee: Rocky Marcoux Keeps His Job

Contribution to Ashanti Hamilton of $250

Eyes on Milwaukee: Rocky Marcoux Keeps His Job
Eyes on Milwaukee

Rocky Marcoux Keeps His Job

In a dramatic turnabout, the once-dead DCD head gains 11 of 15 council member votes.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Committee Again Says Yes to Rocky
Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Again Says Yes to Rocky

DCD head Rocky Marcoux once again endorsed at committee, but his fate is still uncertain.

Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville

Contribution to Khalif Rainey of $300

Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville

Contribution to Tony Zielinski of $150

Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville

Contribution to David Crowley of $200

Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville

Contribution to Cavalier Johnson of $200

Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville
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Pete’s Fruit Market Announces New Store in Bronzeville

Bringing Fresh, Quality Food To the Corner of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and North Avenue

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

Contribution to Chris Wiken of $250

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

Contribution to Johnny Thomas of $500

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

Contribution to Ashanti Hamilton of $250

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

Contribution to Milele A. Coggs of $150

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

Contribution to Milele A. Coggs of $100

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Apartments on Holton
Friday Photos

Ingram Place Apartments on Holton

It will have 53 units and 62 parking spaces. Bring your car.

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Black Leaders Say Joblessness Among Black Men is Rooted in Racism

Summit explores the causes of high black male unemployment in Milwaukee.

Friday Photos: Progress on Ingram Place Apartments
Friday Photos

Progress on Ingram Place Apartments

The four-story, 53-unit apartment complex could help transform the corner of Holton and Brown.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Germania Building to Become Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Germania Building to Become Apartments

118-year-old building would be converted to 74 apartments at prominent downtown corner.

3rd annual MKE Business Now Summit Tackles Entrepreneurship and Job Creation
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3rd annual MKE Business Now Summit Tackles Entrepreneurship and Job Creation

Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs is again sponsoring the MKE Business Now entrepreneurship summit on Saturday, January 25.

Friday Photos: A New Look for 27th Street
Friday Photos

A New Look for 27th Street

The new $10 million project on 27th and Wisconsin is nearly complete, as our photos show.

New 4-Story Apartment Complex for Brewers’ Hill

New 4-Story Apartment Complex for Brewers’ Hill

A 53-unit apartment building is proposed at a controversial site on Holton Street.

Humility hogs all the attention at “Envisioning the Seen”
Photo Gallery: Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future
Photo Gallery

Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee's future, in photos.

Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th
Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th

The Pabst Theater plays host to Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee's Future tonight, June 18th. Ten Milwaukeeans and two moderators will hold an open-ended, fireside-style discussion, followed by an audience question and answer period.

Minority construction firm formed
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Minority construction firm formed