Business Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Business reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, cover real estate, brewing, tourism
jsonline.com — Mandel Group Inc. will break ground next Wednesday on Beaumont Place, its apartment development in Whitefish Bay. The development will feature three buildings totaling around 100 upscale units, and will be completed by summer 2014. The project site is behind the Fox Bay Cinema Building, north of E.
jsonline.com — Faced with increased enrollment, Wisconsin Lutheran College plans to build a five-story residence hall for around 200 students on Milwaukee's far west side. The building is planned for the south side of the 8900 block of W. Wisconsin Ave., where the college owns four apartment buildings that house 48 students.
jsonline.com — Miro Tool & Manufacturing Inc. is planning to add 22,000 square feet in manufacturing space, and 1,750 square feet in office space, to its main Waukesha building. Miro plans to begin construction in July on the addition to its facility at 201 Sentry Drive, said President Jeff Brown.
jsonline.com — The Milwaukee Common Council, which provided a city loan to the now-insolvent Sweet Water Organics Inc., is requiring council approval for selling or leasing the company's collateral to help reduce the city's loss. The council on Tuesday approved that amendment, from Ald. Tony Zielinski.
jsonline.com — A Plan Commission hearing on a disputed proposal to develop apartments in Brown Deer is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. May 28, at Brown Deer High School's Novak Fieldhouse. General Capital Group would build the 44-unit Beaver Creek Apartments west of N. 60th St., a few blocks north of W.
jsonline.com — 8-Twelve MVP Bar and Grill, a restaurant associated with athletes Ryan Braun and Aaron Rodgers, will open its second location at Glendale's Bayshore Town Center. The new 8-Twelve will be located in the space formally occupied by COA, a locally owned Mexican restaurant. 8-Twelve opened its first location last summer in Brookfield.
jsonline.com — A 38-unit apartment development is being proposed for West Allis. Developer Chris Miller, of Hartland-based Miller Marriott Custom Homes LLC, wants to build a pair of two-story buildings, with 19 units each, on 2.2 acres on the west side of S. 92nd Street, immediately north of the railroad overpass between W.
jsonline.com — The Brown Deer Community Development Authority is recommending a new development agreement for a Walmart proposed at the former Lowe's home improvement store, reports Michael Meidenbauer at BrownDeerNow.com. The Village Board will consider that recommendation Monday. It would replace the development agreement the village had with Lowe's, which closed the store in 2011.
jsonline.com — More than a year after Kohl's Corp. dropped the idea of moving its headquarters to Milwaukee's Park East strip, a long-awaited marketing campaign for that moonscape-like area is about to be launched. Meanwhile, a June groundbreaking is set for a Park East apartment development after years of delays, while a nearby Milwaukee School of Engineering parking structure under construction is headed for an August completion.
jsonline.com — A new Outpost Natural Foods supermarket planned for Mequon is scheduled to open by summer 2014, after the Common Council this week approved city financing assistance for the project. Demolition work to prepare the development site, at the northeast corner of Mequon Road (Highway 167) and Wauwatosa Road (Highway 181), is to begin in June, said Kim Tollefson, city community development director.
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