Greater Milwaukee Section
Published: February 28, 2011
After a previous failed attempt, Milwaukee officials and the developers behind a project to revive the 27th Street corridor bounded by Oklahoma and College avenues have confidence this proposal will be the one that sticks.
In the midst of a crumbling market, a Milwaukee investor sticks with his Pritzlaff project.
When German immigrant John Pritzlaff decided in 1875 to build a new home off Plankinton Avenue for his growing hardware company, he started with a Cream City Brick building at 325 N. Plankinton.
J. Michael Mooney is a cofounder of MLG Companies, Brookfield. He has more than 40 years of experience in real estate and planning and is a frequent speaker on development issues such as land-use planning, tax-incremental financing and
Robert Greenstreet — professor, architect and dean of the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee — can’t hide from his decades-long teaching career.