Several Milwaukee executives and community leaders participated in a speed donut-eating competition this week to raise funds for the United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Former Kenosha racing track is getting new life
What was once the last vestige of a defunct Wisconsin industry — greyhound racing — is being redeveloped into an unusual mix of environmentally sustainable light industrial buildings, apartments and retail space.
Urban Milwaukee: Urban Spaceship will land in Milwaukee
The second annual Urban Spaceship conference will focus on the future of cities in a post-pandemic world.
And while the pandemic is still ongoing, conference hosts NEWaukee and NAIOP Wisconsin are looking to the future. The in-person event will take place November 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at No Studios, 1037 W. McKinley Ave., in The Brewery District.
Fox 11: Ground broken on final resting spot for historic Door County Granary
STURGEON BAY (WLUK) — The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society broke ground Friday for the final resting spot for the Door County Granary.
It’s located in its original spot on the city’s west side.
The granary had been across the bay for the last several years until the city helped approve a project to enhance the waterfront by the granary’s original location.
Door County Pulse: Granary’s next phase underway
After four years, two moves and many twists and turns, the Door County Granary project is underway.
A groundbreaking ceremony held Friday at the 92 E. Maple St. site signaled the start of the first phase of construction. Pilings will be driven, the foundation poured and then the structure jacked up and moved about 50 feet to its final base. Other work during this phase includes a new exterior skin, and for the top, translucent panels. A grand opening of this first phase will be held by June 1, 2022, said Christie Weber, president of the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society Foundation.
DDC Journal: Tivoli Green Apartments
New Homes in the Suburbs
Development management company helps create market-rate apartments near Milwaukee.
Real estate spotlight: Community Within the Corridor developers think big to create deeper community impact
Community Within the Corridor is much more than an apartment complex development. With an abundance of ancillary uses planned to help lift up residents and neighbors, it could be a catalyst for change…(BizTimes subscription required)
New Oshkosh Food Co-op, made possible by ‘collective people power,’ opens
A decade in the making, the Oshkosh Food Co-op—a community partnership like no other in northeastern Wisconsin—opens Thursday at 155 Jackson St.
“Having been along for the entire ride … on the one hand, it is a bit surreal that it’s really happening now, and amazing to think back to where we started,” said University of Wisconsin Oshkosh sociologist Paul Van Auken. Read the full article.
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