Impact Seven Inc.

  • Impact Seven, Rule Enterprises Start Milwaukee Affordable Community

    The new $12.2 million development will consist of 60 units open to military veterans and working families. On-site support services will also be provided.

    Midwest 24 February 2018 01:35
  • Vintage Park East Warehouse Destined for M-F Makeover

    Milwaukee's Park East Corridor could soon welcome a new residential development within the walls of a vintage building. The Business Journal reports that Wisconsin Redevelopment LLC and Impact Seven Inc. are planning to transform a 106-year-old warehouse into a 70-unit mix of affordable and market-rate apartments. The residential units would range in size from 900 to 1,200 square feet and will be served by 70 parking spaces. The project team is currently determining specifics of the renovation, which will employ environmentally sustainable construction practices.

    Midwest 07 January 2013 22:18

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