Although some residents began moving in as early as January, the Milwaukee Fortress - which occupies the former Mayer Shoe Co. at 100 E. Pleasant St. in Brewers' Hill - celebrated its grand opening on Thursday.
Apartment Guide blogger Brian Carberry has compiled a list of the five most popular neighborhoods in Milwaukee for renters and the results are not terribly surprising.
After years of neglect, the former McKinley School, 2001 W. Vliet St., is finally getting some good attention. A Gorman & Co. plan to convert the building to apartments and add a row of townhouses is moving ahead.
Last week, Gorman & Co. celebrated the official grand opening of the new apartments built into the former Fifth Street School, 2770 N. 5th St., designed by Herman P. Schnetzky and built in 1888.
As the leasing office hangs its "open" sign to begin renting apartments for January move-in, we took another tour of the $55 million Milwaukee Fortress project by The Alexander Company, based in Madison.
NEWaukee and WGIRLS Milwaukee are throwing the ultimate summer pool party, SplashBash, featuring music, food, drinks, activities and exclusive access to the terrace at Vignette at the North End Apartments, on Saturday, July 21 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Before Northwestern Mutual even competed its striking new office tower on Mason Street, it announced that it would build a new 34-story, $100 million apartment tower across the street, at 777 N. Van Buren St. Since then 7Seventy7 has altered the Milwaukee skyline. We went inside today.
Milwaukee's East Side staple, Beans & Barley has been announced as the newest tenant for the Mequon Public Market at Spur 16, located at 6300 W. Mequon Rd.
The old F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co. building - aka The Fortress - is in the midst of a major conversion from a variety of uses (industrial, retail, artist studios, band rehearsal spaces and more) into apartments. We went inside to see how the project is coming along.
Developers Impact Seven and Rule Enterprises will officially break ground on a new $12.2 million affordable-housing project at 704 W. National Ave., in Walker's Point, on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 10:30 a.m.
Pittsburgh-based developer Linden Street Partners - which also has offices in Santa Ana, California - will break ground on The Quin Apartments, its first Milwaukee project, on Tuesday, Aug. 29, on the northeast corner of South 2nd and West Florida Streets.
Milhaus announces it has broken ground on two ground-up buildings at the former Pabst Brewery complex which are projected to open in 2018. The 274-unit Vim and Vigor apartments will include 7,000 square feet of retail space at the corner of Juneau Avenue and 10th Street.
The former Paintball Dave's building in the Historic Third Ward hasn't seen much activity since the party hotspot closed its doors earlier this year. However, this afternoon, a new proposal for the building would bring retail and residential units to the space.
OK, I'll admit that when I first heard that the former Blue Cross Blue Shield office building at 401 W. Michigan St., was going to be transformed, I was skeptical. But I guess there's a reason that the group that transformed the place is called Phoenix Development.
The Bay View site of the former Sweet Water Organics is being looked at for a possible $40 million, 307-unit apartment complex, according to Alderman Tony Zielinski.