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Workers to slowly return to offices as companies keep social-distancing precautions

Mark Irgens, left, CEO of the BMO Tower developer Irgens, and Timothy J. Gasperetti, vice president of Irgens, give a tour of the building on March 24. (Photo by Zhihan Huang of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Tom Daykin and Jeff Bollier Milwaukee Journal Sentinel As the United States and Wisconsin reopen, workers will most likely be returning to their offices gradually as businesses adopt social-distancing policies to combat the coronavirus pandemic. That’s the consensus among office ...

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Crane over Milwaukee marks BMO Tower’s progress

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A 280-foot tower crane stands high above the BMO Tower construction site on Monday in Milwaukee. The new BMO building, being put up on a site that was once home to a 7-story parking lot, will stand next to the bank’s current building near the corner of Milwaukee’s Water and Wells streets.  (Staff photo by Kevin Harnack)

What's that in the Milwaukee skyline? It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a crane. A 280-foot-tall crane went up this weekend at the site of the BMO Tower, a 25-story office and parking complex under construction at 790 N. Water St., across from city hall in downtown Milwaukee. The crane will be a part of Milwaukee's skyline for the next 18 months as crews work to complete the tower by December 2019.

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Milwaukee planning for more spec

Milwaukee’s economic development director said he is so confident a manufacturing building proposed for Century City will attract tenants, he already is planning for a second one.

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Milwaukee’s Couture faces questions about property designation

Milwaukee County supervisors are wrestling with the designation of land beneath the Downtown Transit Center and, by extension, the legality of The Couture high-rise proposed for the site.

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Milwaukee’s transit center development could be delayed

Milwaukee County’s Economic and Community Development Committee will not discuss a project proposed for the Downtown Transit Center on Monday, according to a new release from Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Marina Dmitrijevic. The discussion day was suggested by County Executive Chris Abele at a press conference Wednesday, where he unveiled plans for The Couture, a project proposed for the transit center site.

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