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Last look: 1928 Richard Philipp-designed mansion in Whitefish Bay

Published May 22, 2020

This week, a team from Habitat for Humanity's ReStore has been salvaging details from a 1928 lakefront home, designed by architect Richard Philipp, for sale in its Milwaukee stores, where, hopefully, the items will find new uses in other buildings and, at the same, will help fund Habitat's mission to build homes in the city.

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Whitefish Bay commission votes to allow razing of 1928 Richard Philipp mansion

Published April 22, 2020

According to a report Wednesday in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Village of Whitefish Bay's Architectural Review Commission recently voted unanimously to allow owner John Brodersen - who owns a number of fast food franchises in the area - to tear down the six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath home and build a new one in its stead.

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Details from demolished Eschweiler adorn Mimosa eatery

Published Feb. 27, 2020

Popular Franklin breakfast and brunch eatery Mimosa recently opened a second location, in the former Louise's Trattoria space at 275 Regency Ct., and while that's good news for Brookfield pancake lovers, it's also surprisingly good news for preservationists.