Results tagged with 'new land enterprises'
Published Nov. 8, 2017
In an effort to boost employment opportunities, save old growth wood and other building materials used in old Milwaukee homes slated for demolition and keep materials out of landfills, as well as trim landfill tipping fees paid by taxpayers, Ald. Robert Bauman introduced legislation that would require deconstruction, rather than demolition, of certain old structures.
Published June 20, 2017
We chatted with Milwaukee Film executive and artistic director Jonathan Jackson to learn when and why the organization decided to expand, its plans for the Oriental - on screen and off - and, most importantly, if "Rocky Horror" will survive the swap.
Published Sept. 9, 2015
In past few weeks, a low-slung wooden structure has been going up on the north side of the street, where Vine Street intersects. What is it?
Published Nov. 4, 2008
Plans have surfaced for the corner of Kenilworth and Farwell on Milwaukee's East Side. They include a building of high end, one-room apartments and street side retail.
Published Dec. 27, 2006
Face it, there comes a point in most peoples' lives where renting is just no longer worth it. For many young professionals, condos seem like the way to go, but with new developments popping up everywhere, how do you know where to begin? Let us help.
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