In early May, the new 50-foot Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra blade sign was installed on the 1930 Warner Theater by Poblocki Sign Co. Now, the marquee has been installed, too, and again it is a recreation of the original theater marquee.
Artist Ken Brown has begun work on his 620-foot long mural, called "The Hero In You," on a 6-foot high wall that runs along MacArthur Square on North James Lovell Drive Downtown.
While the installation on Saturday of a sign wasn't a major logistical advance in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's massive undertaking to renovate the 1930 Warner Theater into its new Bradley Symphony Center, it was definitely a high-profile one.
If you thought the current coronavirus outbreak and accompanying economic downturn would slow or end the idea of expanding the Wisconsin Center convention facility in Downtown Milwaukee, think again.
At its board meeting on Friday morning, The Wisconsin Center District (WCD) unveiled the first renderings of its proposed expansion to the north of the existing Wisconsin Center convention facility, and, if and when it's completed, it will be beautiful.
After saying goodbye to one Bradley Center, it's time to say hello to another. Milwaukee, get ready to enjoy top-notch music in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's Bradley Symphony Center.
The Shamrock Club of Wisconsin's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will set off on its march Saturday, March 14, beginning at noon and starting at Wisconsin Avenue and Old World 3rd St. before winding its way through Downtown.
St. James Episcopal Church has been a fixture on West Wisconsin Avenue for more than 150 years now, and thanks to a new project that's due for completion soon, the 1868 will move into the future with a new purpose.
As part of a vision for an enhanced pedestrian experience along North 2nd Street between Michigan Street and Postman's Porch at Wells Street, Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, has partnered with The Avenue on a new mural on the south face of the skywalk that spans the street between Wisconsin Avenue and Michigan Street.
At a meeting this morning, Wisconsin Center District (WCD) President and CEO Marty Brooks announced that the architecture team of tvsdesign and EUA has been selected to design the expansion of the Wisconsin Center.
Nearly four years ago, the elder of the siblings, at 401 W. Michigan St., was transformed into residential units as The Buckler. Now, developer Scott Lurie's F Street Group is buying the 1978 companion structure at 501 W. Michigan St. in the booming Westown neighborhood.
Shah Jee's has officially opened its doors at 228 W. Wells St. in Downtown Milwaukee.The new location marks the final opening in the popular Pakistani restaurant's ambitious three-location expansion.
One of the most - and at the same time least - exciting moments in the transformation of the old Warner Grand Theater into a new concert hall for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is slated to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 13.
This week, Turner Hall, 1040 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave., has gotten something of an exterior makeover, with new exterior signage and a parklet. If the Fiserv Forum is an architectural symbol of the modern city, Turner Hall is an equally iconic face of classic Milwaukee.
Just in time for the 2019 NEWaukee Night Market debut on Wednesday, June 12, the city's Department of Public Works will hit Wisconsin Avenue with a high impact paving project, giving "the avenue" a nice sheen and fresh lines.