Groundbreaking for The Couture apartment tower near Milwaukee's lakefront could begin as early as May, according to new building permit filings.
The developer of Milwaukee's Couture high-rise offered the city a $1.4 million guarantee after it missed a deadline to start construction this month.
When it started, 2020 looked to be off to as good a start as any year in recent memory.
A Milwaukee committee on Tuesday approved a revised deal with the developer of the Couture high-rise to require work on the project to begin by Feb. 1.
A federal deadline is close to being extended for a transit plaza tied to the delayed Couture high-rise on downtown Milwaukee's lakeshore.
Milwaukee’s delayed Couture high-rise takes another step forward with loan-guarantee application submitted to HUD
The long-delayed Couture apartment high-rise on downtown Milwaukee's lakefront is taking another step forward.
Developer Rick Barrett said Friday that he’s secured financing needed to advance the $122 million Couture high-rise on Milwaukee’s lakefront, a step that could signal the start of construction after years of delays.
Milwaukee city officials said Wednesday that they'll soon have some good news about the long-stalled Couture high-rise planned for a site overlooking the city's lakefront.
Milwaukee officials told a committee on Wednesday that they remain confident the delayed Couture high-rise will ultimately be built — but that they may also have to pursue other options for the completion of a branch of the city's streetcar line that now depends on the construction of the Couture.
The developer of downtown Milwaukee's Couture high-rise said it won't meet a deadline for a federal loan guarantee to finance the project, in another delay for the long-awaited tower.
The president and CEO of Employ Milwaukee,the largest workforce board in the state, is stepping down for a new job.
Barrett Lo Visionary Development announced Monday that it has selected J.H. Findorff & Son as the general contractor for the vertical construction of The Couture project on Milwaukee’s lakefront.
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