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Park East Developments

Aloft Hotel

Located at 202 W Juneau Avenue, adjacent to the Milwaukee RiverWalk, this hotel opened in December of 2009. The five-story, 160 room hotel was completed with a private investment of $24 million and a public investment of $870,000 for riverwalk development.

Aloft Hotel 
Aloft Hotel and Milwaukee RiverWalk

The Avenir

A multi-phase residential development, the $22 million phase-I includes 102 apartment units and 6,500 square feet of ground floor retail. Located at 1425 N Jefferson Street, this phase was complete in 2014.

The Avenir
The Avenir

Bader Rutter

The Brookfield-based marketing firm, Bader Rutter, officially made the Park East Corridor its home in April of 2017 with its relocation to 1433 North Water Street. Led by Wangard Partners, the former Laacke and Joys retail building was partially rehabbed in combination with a new construction building to create over 110,000 square feet of leaseable office space. Bader Rutter has leased 60,000 square feet and moved its 250 employees from Brookfield to this thoughtfully designed new space. The project includes a riverwalk extension and once again activates the space along the Milwaukee River formerly occupied by Laacke and Joys.

Bader Rutter
Bader Rutter and the Milwaukee RiverWalk
 

Convent Hill

Located at 455 East Ogden Avenue, Convent Hill is Senior Housing owned and operated by the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee. Phase I was a $55 million transformation of a former 120-unit high-rise building into 182 on-site and 20 off-site housing units in 2006. The building is a green, LEED certified building with mixed income units and a garden rooftop.

Convent Hill
Convent Hill

The Deer District

Fiserv Forum

The Fiserv Forum is a multi-purpose arena and home to the Milwaukee Bucks. Located at 1111 Vel R. Phillips Avenue, the Fiserv Forum has the capacity for 17,341 individuals and it opened to the public on August 26, 2018 after a $524 million investment. The venue hosts up to 200 events a year, including the Milwaukee Bucks, major concerts, family shows, Marquette men’s basketball, college basketball, hockey, boxing, MMA and special sports and entertainment events.

Fiserv
Fiserv Forum
 

Sports Science Center & Bucks Practice Facility

The 77,500 square-foot Sports Science Center opened in August of 2017 as the state of the art practice facility for the Bucks and includes two full-sized basketball courts, a strength training room, three hydrotherapy pools. The Sports Science Center is adjacent to the new 37,000 square-foot Froedtert & MCW McKinley Health Center, which will serve as a health care resource for Milwaukee residents on the near north side as well as downtown.

Sports Science Center
Sports Science Center

Entertainment Block

Adjacent to the Milwaukee Bucks Arena, the Fiserv Forum, the $36.4 million Milwaukee Bucks Entertainment Block connects the Fiserv Forum and Old World 3rd Street. It functions as an indoor/outdoor social space, anchoring a larger mixed-use development in downtown Milwaukee.
Bucks Entertainment Block
Bucks Entertainment Block

Five Fifty Ultra Lofts

Located at 550 W Juneau Avenue, this 112-unit apartment building offers luxury units within arms-reach of the Fiserv Forum. Completed in 2019.
550 Ultra Lofts
Five Fifty Ultra Lofts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Flatiron

This $10 million mixed-use development was one of the first completed in the Park East Corridor. Located at 1541 N Jefferson Street, it includes ground level retail along North Water Street and 38 condominium units.

The Flatiron
The Flatiron

Hammes Company Headquarters

Situated on the northeast corner of Water and Knapp Streets, this $30 million, 5-story office building is home to the Hammes Company's 80 employees. Completion of the 94,000 square foot building marked the headquarter's move from Brookfield to Milwaukee, a move the company's founder, Jon Hammes had been looking to make for some time, "We're really excited about being part of the city".

Hammes Headquarters
The Hammes Company Headquarters

The Moderne

Completed in 2012, the Moderne is a 30-story luxury residential tower including 14 condos and 203 apartment units. In addition, there is 7,200 square feet of ground floor commercial space located along Old World Third Street. Project financing includes a $70 million private investment and a $9.3 million loan from the City of Milwaukee.

The Moderne

MSOE Developments

The Kern Center

This 210,000 square foot athletic facility was completed in 2005 at a cost of $31 million. It includes 3 classrooms, 1,600-seat hockey arena, 1,200-seat basketball arena, field house, running track, wrestling area and athletic administrative offices.

The Kern Center
The Kern Center

Viets Field

Completed in 2013, this $28 million development includes a 780-space parking structure with an athletic field/soccer stadium located on its rooftop. Located at 1305 North Broadway, there is 12,000 square feet of commercial space adjacent to a public plaza where North Broadway intersects with North Water Street.

Viets Field
Viets Field & public plaza

 

Grohmann Tower Apartments

Located at 1150 North Water Street, Grohmann Tower Apartments serves the students and faculty of MSOE with 150 residential apartment units. This $25 million development was completed in 2015. 

Grohman Tower Apartments
Grohmann Tower Apartments

The North End

The North End is a neighborhood by design, comprised of five new construction buildings built in phases between 2009 and 2018. The mixed-use building, ONE, was complete in 2009 and offered 83 apartments and ground floor retail opportunities. Phase II, comprised of two residential buildings, Portrait and Silouette was complete in 2013. This $37,000,000 investment offers 155 residential apartment units located on the riverwalk. The third phase of their North End development, known as Aperture, opened in the spring of 2016. This $53 million phase of the project includes Wisconsin's first Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, a riverwalk extension, as well as 168 apartments and indoor parking. Following close behind Aperture's opening, in the fall of 2017, Vingette, the North End's fourth phase opened to the public. This phase is a 5-story 155 unit residential apartment building, which includes a 400 linear foot riverwalk extension nearly completing the stretch of walk along the east bank of the Milwaukee River from Cherry Street northeast to Brady Street. Across Water Street, the fifth and final phase of the larger development opened in the Spring of 2018 and includes 88 luxury apartments with a pet spa, dog run, and a rooftop club room. A draw for future residents of the North End is that they will have access to the amenities in all other phases, including the outdoor pool and patio area at Vingette.

North End ApertureDenim Park
The North End - Aperture                                                                            The North End - Denim Park

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