Infrastructure work at the future site of the Couture high-rise project in downtown Milwaukee might become more costly.
J.H. Findorff & Son has been tapped to oversee the construction of the 44-story Couture high-rise development along Milwaukee’s lakefront.
Shortly before a panel of Milwaukee officials recommended approval for detailed plans for the 44-story Couture apartment and retail tower, the developer behind the project said he plans to name a general contractor within the next few weeks.
Crews plan to begin demolition work Friday on a skywalk bridge that spans East Michigan Street and links the O’Donnell Park parking garage in downtown Milwaukee to the former Milwaukee County Transit Center.
Perhaps fittingly for a structure whose time was nearly up, the minute hand on one face of the clock tower at Milwaukee County’s old Downtown Transit Center could be seen spinning rapidly round and round on Friday morning.
People can now get a good look at the new Couture building in downtown Milwaukee — well, a small-scale version of it anyway.
Federal officials have decided to let Milwaukee County sell land near Milwaukee’s lakefront to serve as the site of the Couture high-rise project.
Milwaukee County officials have set their sights on the end of April for the completion of a land sale that will pave the way for the construction of the Couture high-rise project near Milwaukee’s lakefront.
Expressing skepticism about Milwaukee's streetcar plans, a Republican lawmaker has introduced legislation meant to prevent statewide taxpayers from being put on the hook should the project go off the financial rails.
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A few years from now, downtown Milwaukee won't look much like it did a few years ago.
Six people are suing the city of Sturgeon Bay in federal court to halt the construction of a proposed waterfront hotel.
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