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Official Notice #57909 - Request for Qualifications -Real Estate Broker Services
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The City of Milwaukee offers a variety of properties for sale, including fully rehabilitated homes, tax-foreclosed buildings, vacant lots, surplus municipal facilities and brownfield properties suitable for redevelopment.
The City of Milwaukee offers former school sites or facilities available for sale and renovation.
4th & WI Avenue RFP - Premiere Transit-Oriented Development Opportunity on a Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee-owned parcel in the heart of Downtown Milwaukee. Released June 22, 2016
General Notice To Contractors:
Terms and Conditions for Federal or State Assistance Aids or Grants (Part II)
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