development

Regional
1:26 pm
Fri January 31, 2014

PHOTOS: Bus Tour Shows Off New Developments in Harambee Neighborhood

LISC Milwaukee Executive Director Leo Ries (far left) welcomes residents, policymakers, business owners and community partners aboard the bus tour of the Harambee neighborhood.
Dawn Hutchison-Weiss

Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci goes on LISC Milwaukee's tour of the Harambee neighborhood.

Milwaukee continues to be ranked by various studies as one of the most, if not the most segregated city in the United States.

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Economy & Business
4:00 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

Kenosha Aggressive in Developing Chrysler, Other Sites

After the controversial closure of the Chrysler engine plant in Kenosha, the city made an aggressive deal with involved parties to repurpose the site.
Credit AFL-CIO/Flickr

Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci interviews Business Journal of Milwaukee reporter Sean Ryan.

In the last several years, our southern neighbors in the city of Kenosha have seen a healthy amount of commercial and industrial real estate development.

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Economy & Business
3:20 pm
Wed March 20, 2013

New Office Building Planned for Former Pabst Brewery Site

Rendering of the Pabst Business Center

A developer announced plans on Wednesday for a new five-story building to be constructed in the "The Brewery " neighborhood. The Brewery - a mixed-use development - is located on the northern edge of downtown Milwaukee, on the grounds of the former Pabst Brewery.

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Economy & Business
1:11 pm
Thu July 12, 2012

New Skyscraper Could House Hotel, Apartments

Click to Enlarge PhotoDeveloper Rick Barrett poses next to an artist's rendering of The Couture.

Milwaukee’s skyline could have a distinct new feature in a few years: a 44-story tower. County Executive Chris Abele outlined the plans Wednesday. The building would be located across the street from Discovery World and the northern entrance to Summerfest. As WUWM’s Ann-Elise Henzl reports, the development would include hotel rooms and housing to meet what planners call a growing demand.

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Economy & Business
8:53 am
Fri August 26, 2011

Metro Area Apartment Construction Booming

The Enclave is under construction in Wauwatosa.

The economic downturn has hit the builders of homes and condominiums hard. Unemployment in the construction trades tops 25 percent. Still, one sector is hot. Large apartment complexes are taking shape, including on the metro Milwaukee landscape.

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