Earlier this month, we celebrated the ribbon cutting of 37th Street School Apartments. Originally built in 1903 to serve the youngest generation as a school now adapted into quality housing for the older generation to live.
Developing this project into quality and affordable senior housing was truly a collaboration between a variety of organizations coming together for a greater purpose. Greenfire is honored to be a part of a project that includes community-centric organizations like Heartland Alliance and Community First, administrative organizations like the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, and MacRostie Historic Advisors, and the design team at Landon Bone Baker Architects.
37th Street School Apartments is the third historic renovation and adaptive reuse of a former Milwaukee Public School elementary school in Greenfire’s portfolio. Our specialty in historic renovations binds with our foundational belief that we must be good corporate citizens. We take great pride in constructing community-based projects that help revitalize, support, and sustain the surrounding neighborhood. We would like to thank Heartland Alliance for selecting Greenfire as your trusted construction partner and all of our outstanding trade partners who made this vision a reality.
To read more about the scope of work and view more images of the project, please view our 37th Street Project Spotlight.