Real Estate

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee’s First Hostel Coming

Milwaukee’s First Hostel Coming

Cream City Hostel will open on border of Riverwest and Harambee.

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Milwaukee’s First Hostel Coming

Cream City Hostel will open on border of Riverwest and Harambee.

City Bidding for Democratic National Convention

What will the city pitch to Democratic Party?

Art Gallery and Studio Space Coming to Harambee

City-owned building will be redeveloped on N. Port Washington Ave.

Revitalizing Silver City

New restaurant will anchor redeveloped building on W. National Ave.

Assembly Approves Rollback of Wetlands Protection

Bill backed by WMC, Kochs, could destroy 1 million acres of wetlands.


The House of Fraud

Owner of Downer Woods home has a dozen different names and is charged with fraud.

Classic Eschweiler Home Back on Market

Astor St. home, long used commercially, connected to 20th century's most famous stamp.


Coakley’s Water Tower Is Pure Fun

Weak from close up, but sparkles from far away.


Bay View’s New Vue Takes Shape

Apartments now available at five-story, 69 unit complex.

Tower Rises Through the Snow

Friday's snowstorm didn't stop work on new east-side high rise.

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Press Releases

Skylight Music Theatre Closes on Sale/Leaseback of Broadway Theatre Center

The sale will allow Skylight Music Theatre to make capital improvements in the Cabot Theatre.

NEWaukee Announces Projects Chosen to Pitch at The Big Impact

A Crowdfunded Pitch Event Benefiting Community Projects

Wangard Partners Adds to Senior Management Team

Jerry brings over 30 years of national and international office, hospitality and multifamily development experience to Wangard Partners

Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. Selects Architectural Firm

Eppstein Uhen Architects to Design new American Family Insurance Amphitheater

Republicans Lower Walmart’s Property Taxes, Raise Yours

Local governments and taxpayers will continue to pay for tax loophole

MOD Pizza Leases Spaces at Shoppes at Drexel Town Square

Recent Transactions

Rep. Bowen Statement on Gov. Walker’s Plan for Milwaukee State Building

"While the Milwaukee State office is aging and needs to be replaced, I’d like to take Walker’s plan for a new facility a step further."

Milwaukee State Office Building Plan Offers Savings for Taxpayers

Sale of current office will spur economic development

Home Improvement Show Receives Support From Milwaukee NARI Member Companies

With a theme of “Remodeling Done Right,” the Show will provide attendees with an opportunity to meet with more than 250 Milwaukee NARI member exhibitors.

County Parks To Seek State Grant to Fund Ravine Road Bridge Project

The goal of the project is to preserve the historical character of Lake Park by replacing the bridge with a structure that closely matches its original architecture and design.