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Rendering of first building to be constructed at Century City site.

First new building planned for Century City site

Prospective tenants have already expressed interest in a 50,000-square-foot industrial building planned for the new Century City development, according to city Development Commissioner Rocky Marcoux. It will be the first new building at the former A.O. Smith/Tower Automotive complex, located south of W. Capitol Drive and west of N. 31st St.


Tea business expands in the Valley

The new building, located on 33rd Court just off Canal Street, will house a state-of-the-art production facility and increase Rishi’s visibility in its home town. Briohn Building Corporation is behind both the design and construction of the Rishi structure.


KK River project among nation's top 25

In late 2009, the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (the District) entered into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (the Authority) to provide acquisition and relocation services for 83 private properties along the Kinnickinnic River.


Mayor and Aldermen announce new TIN’s

At a press conference on Thursday, January 2, 2014, Mayor Barrett and Aldermen Murphy and Perez began the new year by announcing three newly designated Targeted Investment Neighborhoods (TIN’s) in the Pulaski Park, St. Joseph’s and Martin Drive neighborhoods. For more information about the TIN program, contact NIDC Outreach Liaison Vanessa Llanas at 286-5626, and read about the three new TIN’s


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