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You need to see inside this 1888 dairy set to become a new Deer District hotel

Published May 14, 2019

You really can't miss the place if you pass by. And if you've seen the 1888 Second Empire building with the mansard roof at 419 W. Vliet St. in the Haymarket -- it's painted blue -- you'd definitely remember. Built in 1888 by William P. Froehlich as a paper warehouse, a new plan would convert it quickly to a hotel.

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Dead Bird moves closer to Milwaukee taproom/brewery opening

Published Feb. 18, 2019

Last year, Dead Bird Brewing announced it would open a brewery and taproom at 1726 N. 5th St., in Bronzeville/Halyard Park, just north of the Fiserv Forum. Now, owners Nick Kocis and Jeremy Hach, who have already been releasing beer contract brewed at MobCraft have launched a Kickstarter to get them closer to their goal.

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Retailworks consolidates Mequon & MKE offices in Bronzeville / Haymarket

Published May 10, 2018

Retailworks, a commercial interior design, display and branding firm, which has offices in Mequon and in the Steinmeyer Building on 3rd and Highland, announced today that it will consolidate those offices into one space at 424 W. Walnut St., on the border of Bronzeville and Haymarket, a neighborhood on the rise.

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Urban Spelunking: Baasen House/German YMCA

Published Sept. 20, 2016

Even in a neighborhood full of vintage architecture, there's no mistaking it. The Italianate Cream City Brick building at 1704 N. 4th St. looks old. If the area has had a long, varied history (and it has), then Baasen House is perfectly at home here.

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Urban Spelunking: Milwaukee Youth Arts Center

Published May 17, 2016

Typically, Milwaukee's oldest buildings reveal themselves readily. But sometimes, behind facades of glass and steel, you can find a portal into Brew City history. One such place is the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, 325 W. Walnut St., a facility that glows like a new building.

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