By Joe Lanane Some Wisconsin homebuilders and developers support the recent suspension of some foreclosures, but a board member of the American Bankruptcy Institute says the move will only delay the arrival of the foreclosed properties on the market. Facing ...Read More »
By Joe Lanane Innovation Park critics and supporters disagree over whether the development on the Milwaukee County Grounds in Wauwatosa will help or hinder property values and growth on nearby properties. Bill Holahan, chairman of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee economics ...Read More »
The state’s construction industry, pummeled by frozen lending markets and skittish investors, is uncertain that Wall Street reform will trickle down to Wisconsin.
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By Sean Ryan The city of Milwaukee’s growing presence in the real estate business is raising questions about government’s role in the private market. Milwaukee is considering funneling $3 million in federal money to the city’s subsidiary company, which uses ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan A state law change that lets counties issue bonds for construction is letting developers sidestep rules tied to city of Milwaukee project support. Milwaukee requires developers that receive more than $1 million from the city hire Milwaukee ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Milwaukee wants to team up with the real estate industry to redevelop foreclosed homes, but the partnership could fail before it starts if banks do not give up the property. Local banks are easy to deal with, ...Read More »
Sean Ryan email@example.com Development groups say theyâ€™ll spend the next month lobbying for changes to a Milwaukee ordinance increasing hiring and wage requirements after the cityâ€™s Common Council sent the item back to committee Tuesday. Developers donâ€™t want the ordinance ...Read More »