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City Hall: Who Gets Design Oversight?
City Hall

Who Gets Design Oversight?

Bauman wants council control over overlay zones, while DCD, local developers object.

Friday Photos: Milwaukee’s New Granary
Friday Photos

Milwaukee’s New Granary

Apartments being created from the shell of century-old industrial building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Construction Underway on The Yards
Eyes on Milwaukee

Construction Underway on The Yards

Pile driver getting plenty of use to construct foundation for Walker's Point apartment building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Soil Testing for The Yards Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Soil Testing for The Yards Apartments

Linden Street Partners getting ready for second Walker's Point apartment building.

River Place Lofts Completes Phase II
Press Release

River Place Lofts Completes Phase II

Second building part of downtown transformation opens.

Friday Photos: The Grainery Apartments
Friday Photos

The Grainery Apartments

Winograd adding floors and apartments to long-vacant building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: “The Yards” Design Gets a Thumbs Up
Eyes on Milwaukee

“The Yards” Design Gets a Thumbs Up

A "gorgeous building" with "really nice design elements," one commissioner raves.

Eyes on Milwaukee: “The Yards” Proposed for Walker’s Point
Eyes on Milwaukee

“The Yards” Proposed for Walker’s Point

5-story mixed-use building with 87 apartment units on booming S. 2nd St.

Friday Photos: “Water Tech Two” Coming to Walker’s Point

Contribution to Robert Bauman of $250

Friday Photos: “Water Tech Two” Coming to Walker’s Point
Friday Photos

“Water Tech Two” Coming to Walker’s Point

Global headquarters for Zurn Industries LLC. starting construction in city's water technology park.

Developer plans to convert Grainery Building into apartments

Contribution to Robert Bauman of $100

Developer plans to convert Grainery Building into apartments
Citation

Developer plans to convert Grainery Building into apartments

Developer plans to convert Grainery Building into apartments
Citation

Developer plans to convert Grainery Building into apartments

Reed Street Yards puts the ‘why’ into where water tech companies are moving
Plats and Parcels: Water Hub Will Add New Office Building
Plats and Parcels

Water Hub Will Add New Office Building

Water Tech One, an 80,000-square-foot, four-story office building, will be the first constructed in the Global Water Technology Park.

Freshwater Mecca: Milwaukee’s Extraordinary Freshwater Future
Freshwater Mecca

Milwaukee’s Extraordinary Freshwater Future

A huge number of redevelopment and environmental projects will further reshape and improve the city’s waterfront lands.

Plenty of Horne: Residents Reject Freshwater Name

Contribution to Jose G. Perez of $200

Plenty of Horne: Residents Reject Freshwater Name
Plenty of Horne

Residents Reject Freshwater Name

Contest to rename Pittsburgh Ave. to honor water institute didn't convince street's residents, who nixed Freshwater Way.

Reed Street Yards Zoning Change Approved at Committee

Reed Street Yards Zoning Change Approved at Committee

At the December 13th, 2011 meeting of the Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee, a zoning change and a proposed Development Incentive Zone (DIZ) overlay were approved to allow for future development of the Reed Street Yards. The 17-acre property, located between South 6th Street and South 3rd Street, is being redevelopment into a water research and development park in a collaborative effort between City of Milwaukee, the property owner Peter Mead, and General Capital Group.