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July 9th 2019 Council Approves 32-Story Tower The Common Council approved a rezoning request for a proposed 32-story, mixed-income apartment tower Tuesday morning. The proposal, put forth by the city-affiliated Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukees (HACM), is intended to leverage income from luxury housing to subsidize affordable housing throughout the city... https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2019/07/09/eyes-on-milwaukee-council-approves-32-story-tower/

June 17th 2019 A Food Hall for Bay View A new apartment building under construction on the north end of Bay View is going to have a marquee anchor tenant... https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2019/06/17/eyes-on-milwaukee-a-food-hall-for-bay-view/

June 12th 2019 Construction Starts on Quartet Complex The Trio apartment complex will soon have a new neighbor. New Land Enterprises has started construction on the aptly named Quartet, the fourth building the firm will build in Walker's Point... https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2019/06/12/eyes-on-milwaukee-construction-starts-on-quartet-complex/

June 12th 2019 Modern Homes for Historic East Side Developers Tim Gokhman and Ann Shuk are moving ahead with their plan to build new homes on an open site on N. Terrace Ave. between the Ascension Hospital complex and North Point Historic District... https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2019/06/12/eyes-on-milwaukee-modern-homes-for-historic-east-side/

May 10th 2019 New Land Building Wins Federal Grant A downtown Milwaukee high-rise has found support from an unlikely source: the United States Department of Agriculture... https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2019/05/10/eyes-on-milwaukee-new-land-building-wins-federal-grant/

April 17th 2019 Downtown apartment tower would include affordable units -- and the city Housing Authority as developer A new $150 million downtown Milwaukee apartment high-rise would have an unusual feature: a large number of units with affordable, below-market rents... https://www.jsonline.com/story/money/real-estate/commercial/2019/04/17/new-downtown-milwaukee-apartment-tower-include-affordable-units/3497342002/

February 19th 2019 Food halls - not food courts - are huge. Here's a guide to Crossroads Collective and Sherman Phoenix The food-hall situation in Milwaukee is like the nation's: We have a bunch, and more are coming. The number of food halls across the nation could jump from about 180 in 2018 to 300 by the end of 2020 if the current pace continues, the real estate broker and analyst Cushman & Wakefield has said... https://www.jsonline.com/story/entertainment/dining/carol-deptolla/2019/02/19/milwaukee-food-halls-crossroads-collective-sherman-phoenix-guide/2853461002/?fbclid=IwAR3Vzrpn6g3MWd1jxkmZBdPUxqA460g0L7Ju_5B87y7CcJYUxxpROBdB1Us

February 6th 2019 Good Hope Road apartment project clears first hurdle with ease Glendale residents living near Good Hope and Range Line roads came to a public hearing Feb. 5 with a litany of questions and concerns about a proposed 48-unit apartment building and 41 townhomes at the former Prange Greenhouse site, 2510 W. Good Hope Road... https://www.jsonline.com/story/communities/northshore/news/glendale/2019/02/06/good-hope-road-apartment-project-passes-first-hurdle-ease/2786518002/

January 9th 2019 Construction to start soon on Quartet apartments Construction of the six-story, 48-unit Quartet apartment building in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood is expected to soon begin... https://www.biztimes.com/2019/industries/real-estate/construction-to-start-soon-on-quartet-apartments/?utm_source=BizTimes+Media+E-newsletters&utm_campaign=2ace4f094b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_01_09_07_33&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fc2f0530ac-2ace4f094b-244058793

October 24th 2018 Firms Unveil Design for 21-story Timber Building Developer New Land Enterprises, Korb + Associates Architects, and the Milwaukee office of engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti unveiled the cutting-edge design for a proposed 21-story, 410,000 square-foot, mixed-use mass timber tower in downtown Milwaukee. At 238 feet tall, Ascent is poised to become the tallest timber structure in the Western Hemisphere. Currently in the planning stages, construction is anticipated to begin in fall 2019. The team was invited to present at the prestigious Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Conference in Dubai on Oct. 20 to share the plans with architects, engineers and planners from around the world... https://csengineermag.com/firms-unveil-design-for-21-story-timber-building/

October 22nd 2018 Milwaukee to Receive Tallest Timber Structure New Land Enterprises, Korb + Associates Architects and Thornton Tomasetti unveiled the design for the tallest timber tower in the Western Hemisphere. Dubbed Ascent, the 21-story mixed-use development will comprise 410,000 square feet in downtown Milwaukee. Scheduled to break ground in the fall of 2019, the building will stand 238 feet tall upon completion... https://www.multihousingnews.com/post/milwaukee-to-receive-tallest-timber-structure/

October 22nd 2018 Korb + Associates, Thornton Tomasetti Unveil Design for Proposed 21-Story Timber Tower in Milwaukee Korb + Associates Architects and structural engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti have unveiled the design for a proposed 21-story timber tower in downtown Milwaukee. New Land Enterprises is the developer for the 410,000-square-foot project known as Ascent. The multifamily building will include street-level retail space. At 238 feet tall, the tower is poised to become the tallest timber structure in the western hemisphere, according to Thornton Tomasetti. Mass timber structures help absorb carbon dioxide and save energy. They performs as well as, or better than, traditional materials in fire, earthquake and wind conditions, according to the project team. Construction is expected to begin in the fall of 2019... http://rebusinessonline.com/korb-associates-thornton-tomasetti-unveil-design-for-proposed-21-story-timber-tower-in-milwaukee/

October 19th 2018 Design revealed for mass-timber residential tower in Milwaukee "Ascent” is the apt name of what would be the tallest mass-timber building in the Western Hemisphere, a 21-story 410,000-sf mixed-use tower that would be located in downtown Milwaukee, Wis.
A Building Team that includes the engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti, Korb + Associates Architects, and the developer New Land Enterprises has unveiled the design of Ascent, which is currently in its planning stages but could start construction by the fall of 2019...

October 17th 2018 Tallest timber tower in Western hemisphere proposed for Milwaukee Developer New Land Enterprises, Korb + Associates Architects and the Milwaukee office of engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti unveiled the design for a proposed 21-story, 410,000 square-foot, mixed-use mass timber tower in downtown Milwaukee.

At 238 feet tall, Ascent is poised to become the tallest timber structure in the Western Hemisphere. Currently in the planning stages, construction is anticipated to begin in fall 2019. The team was invited to present at the prestigious Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Conference in Dubai on October 20 to share the plans with architects, engineers and planners from around the world...

September 10th 2018 Milwaukee Bay View apartments to include street converted to public plaza under plan recommended Monday A high-end Bay View apartment building would include a public plaza, created by closing part of a street, under a proposal that gained initial city approval Monday. New Land Enterprises LLP wants to convert less than one block of East Archer Avenue, just east of South Kinnickinnic Avenue, into what the firm is calling Archer Plaza. The Archer Plaza proposal was unanimously endorsed by the Plan Commission. It also needs Common Council approval. https://www.jsonline.com/story/money/real-estate/commercial/2018/09/10/milwaukee-bay-view-apartments-include-street-converted-plaza/1256724002/

July 18th 2018 New Land eyes timber structure, self-tinting windows for downtown Milwaukee office building With self-tinting windows, timber structural beams and floors, and balconies on every upper level, New Land Enterprises LLP will try several new features for its new seven-story downtown office building. https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2018/07/18/new-land-eyes-timber-structure-self-tinting.html

July 13th 2018 City's First Mass Timber Building Planned It might look like a normal office building from the renderings, but New Land Enterprises is prepared to do something entirely new in Milwaukee. https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2018/07/13/eyes-on-milwaukee-new-land-planning-milwaukees-first-mass-timber-office-building/

June 21st 2018 New Land pitches 48 more apartments in Walker's Point A six-story apartment building is proposed for a vacant corner lot on South Second Street in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood. https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2018/06/21/new-land-pitches-48-more-apartments-in-walkers.html

June 13th 2018 3600@Villard Project Gets City Help City Hall is giving a boost to an affordable housing project slated for the city's Old North Milwaukee neighborhood. https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2018/06/13/eyes-on-milwaukee-3600villard-project-gets-city-help/

May 16th 2018 Oriental Drugs/Rosati's building to be transformed into a food hall The prominent east side Milwaukee building that is well known for being the longtime home of Oriental Drugs before it closed in the 1990s will soon get new life as a food hall. https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2018/05/16/oriental-drugs-rosatis-building-to-be-transformed.html

October 13th 2017 Augustine Prep gala brings in $600,000 for scholarships More than 700 community and business leaders attended a fundraiser on Tuesday for St. Augustine Preparatory Academy, raising $600,000 in scholarships for students to attend the new private school on Milwaukee's south side. https://www.biztimes.com/2017/ideas/educationworkforce-development/augustine-prep-gala-brings-in-600000-for-scholarships/

August 2nd 2017 New Milwaukee school connects students and Milwaukee Bucks A brand new Milwaukee school has a goal of creating a first class opportunity in the classroom and on the athletic field for anyone in Milwaukee. That idea is already getting some help from Milwaukee Bucks. http://fox6now.com/2017/08/02/new-milwaukee-school-connects-students-and-milwaukee-bucks/

July 11th 2017 UWM architecture alums help fuel Milwaukee's boom Milwaukee is experiencing major growth in commercial building, with more than $1.4 billion in projects underway in the downtown area alone, according to a recent update in the Journal Sentinel. http://uwm.edu/news/uwm-architecture-alums-help-fuel-milwaukees-boom/

July 10th 2017 Huge New Christian School Serves Latinos St. Augustine Preparatory Academy, a new private school boasting an in-house health clinic and an Olympic-size swimming pool, will open for classes on Aug. 16 at 2607 S. 5th St. in the Lincoln Village neighborhood. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/07/10/huge-new-christian-school-serves-latinos/

June 13th 2017 New Apartments Approved for Halyard Park Kalan Haywood's City Place project north of arena moves forward. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/06/13/eyes-on-milwaukee-new-apartments-approved-for-halyard-park/

June 3rd 2017 Huge Project Proposed for Bay View Six-floor, $25 million project with 144 apartments and 15,000 square feet of retail. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/06/03/huge-project-proposed-for-bay-view/

May 17th 2017 Apartment project in Halyard Park moving forward A plan to build up to 90 affordable and market rate apartments in Milwaukee’s Halyard Park neighborhood is moving forward. https://www.biztimes.com/2017/industries/real-estate/apartment-project-in-halyard-park-moving-forward/

April 12th 2017 Milwaukee's Coolest Offices: Fully stocked bar, full-time chef among Phoenix Investors offerings Phoenix Investors' downtown Milwaukee office has quite a list of features, ranging from a fully stocked bar to a full-time chef to a massage room for employees. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos of the office. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2017/04/12/milwaukees-coolest-offices-fullystocked-bar-full.html

April 11th 2017 Milwaukee's Coolest Offices: Game room, cafe part of SafeNet Consulting When you walk into SafeNet Consulting's office in The Brewery project in downtown Milwaukee, you may see employees engaged in a game of "Star Wars" Rebellion or competing in pinball. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2017/04/11/milwaukees-coolest-offices-game-room-cafe-part-of.html

April 7th 2017 Fowler Lake condo project moving forward in Oconomowoc $35 million project will be located in city's downtown https://www.biztimes.com/2017/industries/real-estate/fowler-lake-condo-project-moving-forward-in-oconomowoc/

March 22nd 2017 Port approves plans for apartment building with autism amenities Plans for a 69-unit apartment building near Highway LL in Port Washington that will accommodate people with autism have cleared a major hurdle. http://www.myozaukeenow.com/story/news/local/port-washington-saukville/2017/03/21/port-approves-plans-apartment-building-autism-amenities/99452950/

March 12th 2017 Germania restoration on course for July completion: Slideshow Pre-leasing has started for 90 apartments that will open in July in the historic Germania building being restored in downtown Milwaukee. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2017/03/12/germania-restoration-on-course-for-july-completion.html

February 10th 2017 Settlement would revive Fowler Lake condo project in Oconomowoc Developers guarantee $20 million value by 2020. https://www.biztimes.com/2017/ideas/government-politics/settlement-would-revive-fowler-lake-condo-project-in-oconomowoc/

February 1st 2017 Historic Preservation In Milwaukee Today's video from the Building Wisconsin TV series features the historic preservation of the Germania Building built in 1896 in downtown Milwaukee. http://www.buildingwisconsintv.com/project-insights/historic-preservation-milwaukee/

January 11th 2017 New Development For Villard Avenue City zoning change will allow four-story, 33-unit apartment complex on 37th and Villard. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/01/11/new-development-for-villard-avenue/

January 11th 2017 New Development For Villard Avenue After the Common Council’s committee on zoning and development recommended a land sale and rezoning for approval Tuesday, a new four-story, mixed-use building on 37th and Villard is a step closer to realization. https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/01/11/new-development-for-villard-avenue/

January 10th 2017 Affordable apartments planned as part of $9.7 million project on Villard Recent ACRE graduates plan their first commercial development on city's northwest side. https://www.biztimes.com/2017/industries/real-estate/affordable-apartments-planned-as-part-of-9-7-million-project-on-villard/

January 7th 2017 Greenwich Park brings affordable rents to east side The new Greenwich Park development doesn't look terribly different from other apartment buildings that have opened over the past couple of years on Milwaukee's east side. http://www.jsonline.com/story/money/real-estate/commercial/2017/01/07/greenwich-park-brings-affordable-rents-east-side/96163304/

December 29th 2016 A year in, Ramirez family's St. Augustine school eyes future expansion: Slideshow With more than 500 students enrolled for the first year of classes at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy, its founders already are contemplating a future expansion. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2016/12/29/a-year-in-ramirez-familys-st-augustine-school-eyes.html

December 2nd 2016 St. Augustine Prep rises on south side Gazing north from the large, unfinished windows on the fourth floor of the city's newest K-12 school, the view is all but unobstructed. http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/education/2016/12/02/st-augustine-prep-rises-south-side/94814666/

November 3rd 2016 MLK Drive library redevelopment proposals Milwaukee Public Library officials are reviewing four competing proposals to build a new library and apartment building on North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive... http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2016/11/03/four-developers-submit-plans-for-new-mlk-drive.html#g7

September 16th 2016 Greenwich Park Nearly Complete Fifty-three apartments spread over six floors are nearly ready for residents on Milwaukee’s East Side. After years of delay, the final touches on the exterior of the Greenwich Park Apartments are being installed. First proposed in 2010 for... http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2016/09/16/friday-photos-greenwich-park-nearly-complete/

May 25th 2016 Why SafeNet Moved Downtown The Brewery, the neighborhood emerging from the remains of the Pabst Brewing Complex on the northwest side of Downtown, is showing increasing signs of life. Former brewery buildings have been turned into a hotel, restaurant, multiple schools, an office building and event space. Construction is... http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2016/05/25/eyes-on-milwaukee-why-safenet-moved-downtown/

April 12th 2016 St. Augustine school lines up big name partners to promote key fields Marquette University, Milwaukee School of Engineering and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare are among the organizations that will partner with the proposed $80 million faith-based voucher school expected to open next year on Milwaukee's south side, founder Gus Ramirez announced Tuesday... http://archive.jsonline.com/news/education/st-augustine-school-lines-up-big-name-partners-to-promote-key-fields-b99702641z1-375477881.html

February 12th 2016 Greenwich Park Apartments Taking Shape After years of delay, the Greenwich Park Apartments are finally taking shaping on Milwaukee’s East Side. Located at 2353 N. Farwell Ave., the first phase of the project will include a six-story building with 53 apartments. The building is being developed by Chicago-based Mercy Housing Lakefront, a non-profit real estate firm. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2016/02/12/eyes-on-milwaukee-greenwich-park-apartments-taking-shape/

February 5th 2016 Ingram Place Nearly Complete The Ingram Place Apartments is nearly complete. Developed by the Vangard Group, the L-shaped building is replacing the long vacant Love Funeral Home at the northwest corner of N. Holton St. and E. Brown St. When it opens on March 1st, the building will include 53 apartments. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2016/02/05/friday-photos-ingram-place-nearly-complete/

November 27th 2015 Finally Comes Greenwich Park Apartments After years of delay, the Greenwich Park Apartments are finally in development. Construction workers are laying the groundwork for the first building at its site at 2353 N. Farwell Ave., which was formerly a surface parking lot owned by the city. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2015/11/27/friday-photos-finally-comes-greenwich-park-apartments/

September 28th 2015 Phoenix Investors buys downtown Milwaukee office building and will move operations there Milwaukee developer Phoenix Investors LLC is moving to downtown Milwaukee to expand after buying a four-story office building for $2.35 million. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2015/09/phoenix-investors-buys-downtown-milwaukee-office.html

September 11th 2015 Ramirez's $55M Milwaukee private school approved A $55 million private school development led by HUSCO International executive Gus Ramirez gained unanimous approval Thursday from a Milwaukee zoning board. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2015/09/ramirezs-55m-milwaukee-private-school-approved.html

August 7th 2015 Architect designs with community-minded mission: Jason Korb Jason Korb's personal preference was not to rename his architecture firm after himself earlier this year. Instead, he says the moniker likely will change in 2016. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/print-edition/2015/08/07/architect-designs-with-community-minded-mission.html

June 17th 2015 New industrial building planned in Pewaukee for Safelite AutoGlass Safelite AutoGlass would occupy a new 40,468-square-foot industrial building that Brookfield-based 2000 Development Corp. plans to build in Pewaukee.

The building is planned for a 3.4-acre vacant site at...

June 12th 2015 More Milwaukee apartments advance The apartment boom continues on Milwaukee's east side with three, six-story buildings with almost 300 units advancing through the city approval process. The projects include Mandel Group Inc.'s fourth phase on the North End development, which will have two buildings along North Water Street in the Park East corridor with a combined 245 market-rate apartments. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/print-edition/2015/06/12/more-milwaukee-apartments-advance.html

March 1st 2015 Korb Tredo Architects Principals to Pursue New Opportunities Korb Tredo Architects, the Milwaukee-based architectural firm founded in 2006 to serve the commercial real estate, private development, K-12 educational and higher-educational markets in the southeastern Wisconsin region, today announces a leadership transition that will make Jason Korb the sole owner of the firm. The deal will close in early April...[continued] http://www.korbtredo.com/NewsRelease.pdf

January 21st 2015 Porcelain tile used on reviving historic campus Marquette University When renovating two of Marquette University's core buildings, architects selected a varying palette of porcelain tile that would blend aesthetically well together and return the buildings back to their original luster http://www.stoneworld.com/articles/88247-porcelain-tile-used-on-reviving-historic-campus-marquette-university

November 5th 2014 BUILDING BLOCKS: Solaris Solaris, a medical products company, was created from the ideas that Kathy Weatherly developed in her basement. It's building a 68,000-square-foot project in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley. http://dailyreporter.com/2014/11/05/building-blocks-solaris/

September 18th 2014 COSBE launches 'Spark' campaign with first workplace tour The Council of Small Business Executives lit the fire under its 'Be the Spark' campaign on Tuesday with the first of 25 school tours at businesses throughout the region. http://www.biztimes.com/article/20140918/ENEWSLETTERS07/140919774

August 10th 2014 Parking structure for Johnson Controls new West Allis office to get $4.2M city loan West Allis approved a $4.2 million loan to help build a 650-car parking structure for Johnson Controls Inc.’s planned new office at the Renaissance Center building. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2014/08/parking-structure-for-johnson-controls-new-west.html

August 7th 2014 Four Milwaukee libraries to be replaced in new developments with housing, offices Four Milwaukee Public Library branches could be replaced with mixed-use projects by 2020 under a call for developer partners announced Wednesday. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2014/08/four-milwaukee-libraries-to-be-replaced-in-new.html

July 17th 2014 Developer plans Fowler Lake condos in Oconomowoc A lakefront condominium development, with proposed city financing help, is moving forward in Oconomowoc. The four-story Fowler Lake Village would feature 31 residential units, as well as street-level commercial condos for restaurants and other businesses, said developer Jeff Seymour. http://www.jsonline.com/business/developer-plans-fowler-lake-condos-in-oconomowoc-b99293319z1-263521611.html

May 26th 2014 Renovations complete on Marquette's Sensenbrenner Hall: Slideshow Marquette University recently completed work on one of the campus's oldest academic buildings, Sensenbrenner Hall, as part of a $30 million renovation investment. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/2014/05/renovations-complete-on-marquettes-sensenbrenner.html

May 4th 2014 Marquette students: Need somewhere to live in fall? There's a unique new option! Construction on an off-campus housing building near Marquette University is nearing its final phase. Crews broke ground in September, and the building will open just in time for Marquette's fall semester. So will it be a big draw for students? http://fox6now.com/2014/05/04/marquette-students-need-somewhere-to-live-in-fall-theres-a-unique-new-option/

April 25th 2014 Expanding: Wisconsin Lutheran H.S. "digs" new fine arts wing In an age where many high schools are cutting their arts and music and programs, one Wisconsin high school is seeing growth in a big way. Wisconsin Lutheran High School celebrated the groundbreaking of a new fine arts wing on Friday morning. http://fox6now.com/2014/04/25/6-7m-expansion-wisconsin-lutheran-h-s-breaks-ground-on-fine-arts-wing/

April 17th 2014 Wisconsin Lutheran High School to begin $6.7M expansion Wisconsin Lutheran High School will soon break ground on a $6.7 million expansion that adds space and augments the school's existing arts, technology and engineering classrooms. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2014/04/17/wisconsin-lutheran-high-school-to-begin-expansion.html

April 2nd 2014 BizTimes announces Bravo! Entrepreneur Awards BizTimes Media today announced the recipients of its 2014 Bravo! Entrepreneur Awards. http://www.biztimes.com/article/20140402/ENEWSLETTERS02/140409947/0/daily_enews

January 20th 2014 Endeavour Corp. Eyes Affordable Housing for Historic Germania Building Endeavour Corp. Inc. plans to convert the 118-year-old Germania Building in downtown Milwaukee to 78 affordable apartments. http://www.multihousingnews.com/cities/milwaukee/endeavour-corp-eyes-affordable-housing-for-historic-germania-building/1004096602.html

January 13th 2014 Germania building could be converted into 78 affordable apartments Endeavour Corp. Inc. plans to buy the foreclosed Germania Building in Milwaukee to convert it to 78 affordable apartments in a $14 million renovation, according to plans filed with the city. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2014/01/historic-germania-building-could-be.html

December 17th 2013 City Leaders Try Charette Method to Revitalize Milwaukee's Bronzeville In hopes of jump-starting Milwaukee's Bronzeville neighborhood, leaders held a day-long brainstorming session. Bronzeville has suffered a prolonged economic downturn, ever since manufacturing jobs dried up in the 1980s. http://wuwm.com/post/city-leaders-try-charette-method-revitalize-milwaukees-bronzeville

December 1st 2013 2013 Design Awards Winners Merit Award - Renaissance Place http://090211a.membershipsoftware.org/files/2013DesignAwardsSlidesFinal.pdf

October 28th 2013 Mercy Housing's plan for 100 apartments on North Ave. endorsed Mercy Housing Lakefront's plan to build 100 apartments on a parking lot near East North Avenue in Milwaukee gained a city endorsement on Monday. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2013/10/mercy-housings-plan-for-100.html

October 16th 2013 They Like It, They Really Like It Mercy Housing Lakefront's proposal to build a 6-story, 100-unit, affordable apartment building, Greenwich Park Apartments, on Milwaukee's East Side is moving quickly towards Common Council action. We reported on the generally supportive reaction of neighbors to the project and its new design just last week. And yesterday the design was approved by the East Side Architectural Review Board. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2013/10/16/eyes-on-milwaukee-they-like-it-they-really-like-it/

September 5th 2013 Marchers urge MPS to turn over Malcolm X building to voucher school http://www.jsonline.com/news/education/marchers-urge-mps-to-turn-over-malcolm-x-building-to-voucher-school-b9991351z1-222548271.html

July 19th 2013 Opus, Mercy $60M Park East project positioned for final vote July 25 A Milwaukee County committee Thursday gave the first approval to a plan to sell a Park East block for $2.5 million to a team of developers planning to build 190 apartments, retail and offices. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2013/07/opus-mercy-60m-park-east-project.html

July 19th 2013 A New Look for 27th Street It's almost done. The $10 million office building being developed by Klein Development Inc., on the southeast corner of N. 27th St. and Wisconsin Ave., is on track for completion within a week or two, by August 1 or so. Soon thereafter the State of Wisconsin Department of Children and Families will move all of their Milwaukee area staff and operations into the location. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2013/07/19/friday-photos-a-new-look-for-27th-street/

April 14th 2013 Tech school, apartments planned in 30th Street Corridor A charter school to train high-schoolers for technical and engineering jobs could occupy the first floor of a planned 43-unit affordable apartment project the Northwest Side Community Development Corp. is proposing on West Capitol Drive. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/real_estate/2013/04/tech-school-43-apartments-planned-in.html

February 6th 2013 MU Campus Apartments Approved The Opus Group's proposed six-story mixed-use building for 1400 West Wells Street, the corner of N. 14th St. and W. Wells St., received a key approval from the Common Council yersterday. http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2013/02/06/mu-campus-apartments-approved/

December 7th 2012 Wheaton to move 280 workers to Renaissance Faire building Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare is to move about 280 office workers to Van Buren Management Inc.'s Renaissance Faire building in West Allis in March after signing a 45,000-square-foot lease. http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/print-edition/2012/12/07/wheaton-to-move-280-workers-to.html

September 26th 2011 ALA Awards Announced We are excited and pleased to announce that UW-Madison - Waisman Center - Center for Investigating Healthy Minds, St. John's Welcome Center Addition and Mercy Housing at the Johnston Center have all been chosen as ALA Merit winners in the 2011 ALA Design Awards Program. Thank you and congratulations to everyone involved.

November 18th 2010 Mercy Housing at Johnston Center - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony http://www.jsonline.com/watchdog/watchdogreports/109108019.html

November 1st 2010 UW-Madison - Waisman Center - Center for Investigating Healthy Minds Ribbon Cutting http://badgerherald.com/news/2010/11/01/center_for_healthy_m.php

October 31st 2010 St. Marcus Expansion Begins http://www.jsonline.com/news/education/106494608.html

October 28th 2010 Groundbreaking for St. Marcus School Ground breaking for St. Marcus Lutheran School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 31, 2010 marks the beginning of a Phase I development of a $12 million dollar school and campus expansion effort. The 46,080 square foot expansion of the educational facility will allow St. Marcus to double the size of its enrollment and will expand church ministry space, including additional rooms for community outreach. Phase II development will offer an additional 12,000 square feet of multipurpose space designed for use as a theater, gym and community resource center.http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2010/10/28/st-marcus-lutheran-begins-work.html http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2010/10/28/st-marcus-lutheran-begins-work.html

July 6th 2010 Marquette University's McCabe Hall LEED Certification We are excited and pleased to announce both to Marquette and to the rest of our LEED team that McCabe Hall has been officially Certified under the LEED NC 2.2 format. Thanks to the owner's exceptional leadership along with our team's hard work we have achieved this very important goal. We as a team are proud to have been a part of Marquette's ongoing endeavor to create a standard of excellence in Milwaukee. Thank you and congratulations to everyone involved.

June 30th 2010 UW Madison - CHIM Center - Work In Progress http://wibuilder.com/blog/2010/06/room-to-think/

June 27th 2010 Wisconsin Lutheran College and Pathways to College move towards buying the former Finney Library http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/97279634.html

June 1st 2010 Wisconsin Builder Article: Coming Together - Mercy Housing at the Johnston Center a Work in Progress http://wibuilder.com/blog/2010/06/coming-together

April 1st 2010 Korb Tredo Architects' Kathleen Laird wins the Business Journal's 40 Under 40 Award http://milwaukee.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/stories/2010/02/15/daily50.html

March 13th 2010 Korb and Tredo: Two of Milwaukee's finest connectors http://www.onmilwaukee.com/living/articles/korbandtredo.html

March 3rd 2010 The Dalai Lama to visit UWM - Center for Investigating Healthy Minds http://www.jsonline.com/newswatch/86250222.html

July 1st 2009 Angela Ryun Korb Tredo Architects, a 12 person firm located in downtown Milwaukee, has added Angela Ryun as a Senior Interior Designer. Angela brings eleven years of commercial interior design experience in the areas of higher education, corporate and healthcare facilities to the firm.

March 2nd 2009 HOPE Christian Schools HOPE Christian Schools' new K-8 facility, designed by Korb Tredo Architects, will allow HOPE Christian Schools to expand their current middle school enrollment to serve K-8 students. The $3.27 million school is being built at 3601 N. Port Washington Ave. http://www.jsonline.com/newswatch/86250222.html