Two Milwaukee aldermen celebrated National Train Day on Saturday by refuting reports from Madison that their city’s streetcar project is dead.
Published: March 1, 2013
Tags: CBRE, Chris Abele, City Campus, Commercial Association of Realtors-Wisconsin, editorial, Jim Schmitt, Mental Health Center, Mike Parker, Pat Jursik, Peggy Romo West, RFP Commercial, Robert Bauman, The Boerke Co.
The numbers march commandingly across the pages, lending support to the crisp, modern graphics and charts.
Published: February 27, 2013
Tags: CBRE, Chris Abele, City Campus, Commercial Association of Realtors-Wisconsin, Jim Schmitt, Mental Health Center, Mike Parker, Pat Jursik, Peggy Romo West, RFP Commercial, Robert Bauman, The Boerke Co.
Milwaukee County has an X marking treasure on an otherwise blank map.
The Wisconsin Public Service Commission did not rule Thursday on who would have to pay more than $50 million to move underground utility lines that lie in the path of a proposed streetcar in downtown Milwaukee.
Behind a 10-4 Milwaukee Common Council vote Tuesday, Rocky Marcoux, commissioner for the city’s Department of City Development, has been reappointed for four more years.
In the first 45 years of his career, Wauwatosa real estate agent Gerald Katz listed four churches.
Published: July 31, 2012
Tags: Barry McNulty, Bob Donovan, Brett Healy, Jeff Polenske, PSC, Public Service Commission, Rick Esenberg, Robert Bauman, streetcar, We Energies, Wisconsin Institute for Liberty and Law
Milwaukee planners are exploring an alternative streetcar route that would make it cheaper to move utilities for the contentious $64.6 million project.
Sydney Hih is safe from demolition for a few more weeks.
The West Allis Common Council on Tuesday unanimously took a stand against the Milwaukee streetcar by voting in favor of a resolution opposing the project.
Darkened bus shelters in Milwaukee have moved a city alderman to threaten to end an advertising contract between the county and Clear Channel Outdoor Inc.