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Horny Goat still for sale at $4.5 million

Published July 26, 2016

It's been nine months since we announced that Horny Goat would close its brewpub at 2011 S. 1st St. And, as of this week, the property is still for sale. But, with its hefty price tag, what has the potential of going into the space? And when?

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Former Lowe's building at Midtown Center sold to Milwaukee firm

Published July 7, 2016

The former Lowe's building located north of Milwaukee's Midtown Center, 5800 W. Hope St., has been acquired by Phoenix Midtown, LLC. The 134,000-square foot structure has been vacant since the Lowe's store closed five years ago.

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Four vacant spaces in Downtown that need to be filled now

Published June 7, 2016

There's growth everywhere in Downtown Milwaukee, but still opportunities and eyesores. For me, these four spaces have been vacant for too long. I see them all nearly everyday. Let's all chime in and help the owners or leasing agents find the right new tenant.

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"For lease" signs mask East Side vibrancy

Published June 8, 2015

Those who spend a lot of time on the East Side might see all those "For Lease" signs on retail spaces and wonder why more and more are being built: in The Standard on North Avenue, The Overlook in the old Prospect Mall, OaklandNorth on the old Pizza Man site. While those signs abound, there is also clearly a lot happening in the area that surrounds Farwell and North.

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Home Sweet Home

HOME SWEET HOME. By Michael Franks, CFP®, CRPC®Our 15 year-old couches are torn and smell of "recycled" baby formula that lives deep in the cushions. Yes, these couches perfectly match the finger print smudged walls and stained carpets, but my wife and I decided it was time fo...

Can you claim the home buyer tax credit?

If you bought a home last year, you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $8,000 when you file your 2010 tax return. But before you start shopping for hardwood floors, make sure you qualify. And even if you're eligible, you'll need to take extra steps to prove that your claim is legitimate. C...

Brother Can You Spare A Dime? Part I

As any small business owner can tell you getting a loan right now is a challenge. If their business revolves around real estate it’s nearly impossible. Banks are still dealing with the consequences of the real estate melt down and are doing everything in their power to get real estate loa...


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