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Trio of M-F Projects Awaits City Approval

Trio of M-F Projects Awaits City Approval

The city’s Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee has recently green lighted three separate apartment projects in Milwaukee. The Business Journal reports that the proposed residential developments would bring a total of 229 units. A final decision from the Common Council is expected on July 23.…

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Blue Ribbon Plans Offices, Student Housing in Downtown Milwaukee

Blue Ribbon Plans Offices, Student Housing in Downtown Milwaukee

Construction on two developments in downtown Milwaukee is about to begin. According to BizTimes, Blue Ribbon Management LLC is planning to develop a five-story office facility and an apartment building for international college students at the site of the former Pabst brewery.…

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Broadstone Net Lease Buys 4 MOBs for $34M; L&R, City Strike Deal for Redeveloping Wyndham Site

Broadstone Net Lease Buys 4 MOBs for $34M; L&R, City Strike Deal for Redeveloping Wyndham Site

Real estate development firm Irgens of Wauwatosa has sold four medical office buildings in the Milwaukee area to Broadstone Net Lease, Inc. for approximately $34 million, BizTimes reports.…

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Vetter Denk Details Planned Appleton M-F Complex; HSA Commercial Buys Brookfield Retail Center

Vetter Denk Details Planned Appleton M-F Complex; HSA Commercial Buys Brookfield Retail Center

Vetter Denk Architects Inc. of Milwaukee has recently unveiled plans to develop 180 apartments in Appleton. Plans call for five three-story buildings across an 8.3-acre site located on the city’s riverfront, the Appleton Post Crescent reports.…

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Irgens Seeks Tax-Increment Financing for 833 E. Michigan Tower

Irgens Seeks Tax-Increment Financing for 833 E. Michigan Tower

Real estate development firm Irgens is considering city financing for its proposed $100 million Class A multi-tenant office tower in downtown Milwaukee. The company is also planning to move its corporate headquarters from the Milwaukee County Research Park in Wauwatosa to the new facility.…

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Irgens Seeks Tax-Increment Financing for 833 E. Michigan Tower

Irgens Seeks Tax-Increment Financing for 833 E. Michigan Tower

Real estate development firm Irgens is considering city financing for its proposed $100 million Class A multi-tenant office tower in downtown Milwaukee. The company is also planning to move its corporate headquarters from the Milwaukee County Research Park in Wauwatosa to the new facility.…

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City Weighs $54M TIF for Northwestern Mutual’s 1.1 MSF Tower

City Weighs $54M TIF for Northwestern Mutual’s 1.1 MSF Tower

Milwaukee’s Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee has unanimously approved a $54 million developer-funded tax incremental financing (TIF) plan for Northwestern Mutual’s new office tower downtown. According to The Business Journal, the cost of the development is between $350 million and $400 million. Plans call for a 33-story, 1.1 million-square-foot high-rise…

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Blue Ribbon Management Plans June Start for 73 KSF Office Building at the Brewery

Blue Ribbon Management Plans June Start for 73 KSF Office Building at the Brewery

Blue Ribbon Management LLC is proposing the construction of a 73,100-square-foot office facility on the site of the former Pabst brewery complex near downtown Milwaukee. JSOnline reports that the company will also manage the building on behalf of its owner, Blue Ribbon Redevelopment Fund III LLC of Chicago. Entailing…

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Angelic Bakehouse Plans Move to Cudahy; Pabst District Earns Rare LEED Platinum Award

Angelic Bakehouse Plans Move to Cudahy; Pabst District Earns Rare LEED Platinum Award

Angelic Bakehouse Inc. is planning to move its headquarters from Waukesha to Cudahy this summer. BizTimes Milwaukee reports that the company intends to develop a $3.4 million, 22,000-square-foot office and production facility on 3.78 acres of land on Layton Avenue. The site is part of the former Iceport property, a multiple…

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Kimpton To Plant Its First Wisconsin Flag With 158-Key Downtown Milwaukee Hotel

Kimpton To Plant Its First Wisconsin Flag With 158-Key Downtown Milwaukee Hotel

Local developer HKS Holdings LLC is planning a 158-room Kimpton Hotel in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. According to The Business Journal, the project has gained its first approval from the neighborhood's Architectural Review Board. The proposed eight-story building will be developed on the current site of a parking lot at the…

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Multi-Family Projects Gear Up in Sussex, Brookfield

Multi-Family Projects Gear Up in Sussex, Brookfield

Developer Arthur Sawall of Brookfield plans to build five 30-unit apartment buildings, as well as 12,000 square feet of retail space at the southwest corner of Main Street and Waukesha Avenue in Sussex. The Business Journal reports that the project would be developed on a 10-acre parcel that has sat vacant…

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Whitestone Realty Eyes Spring Start for 127-Unit Senior Housing at Pabst Complex

Whitestone Realty Eyes Spring Start for 127-Unit Senior Housing at Pabst Complex

Milwaukee Pabst Senior Housing LP of New York City is moving forward with its plan to develop a 127-unit senior housing facility at the former Pabst Brewery in downtown Milwaukee. First proposed in 2011, the development is slated to replace the former Malt House and Malt Elevator buildings on West…

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