The Milwaukee Common Council voted 12-3 to pass the new city sales tax.
A sponsoring council member said the development would turn parking lots into dense housing.
The Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a zoning change for an 11-story, 130-room hotel for North Farwell Avenue and East Brady Street, introducing the upscale first hotel of […]
Milwaukee officials have approved a zoning change for an incoming FPC Live venue, unlocking the next step to building two music venues in the city’s downtown.
Milwaukee officials approved a lease agreement to pave the way for work to start on a $31 million export center in Port Milwaukee, marking the largest single investment in the history of the port.
Milwaukee officials on Tuesday recommended maintaining a freeze on a policy that had previously required the deconstruction, rather than demolition, of certain dilapidated properties throughout the city.
After sputtering in its inaugural year, a newly passed city policy requiring historic homes to be deconstructed rather than demolished is on-hold.
After seeing the number of condemned properties increase in the city last year, Milwaukee officials voted on Tuesday to recommend postponement for a city policy requiring contractors to deconstruct rather than demolish historic houses.
Milwaukee could pause its enforcement of a mandate requiring contractors to deconstruct, rather than demolish, historic homes after a assessment of the policy found that it struggled to get off the ground in 2018.
With the Milwaukee Common Council’s approval on Tuesday, Komatsu Mining Corp. is planning to have a design team and general contractor selected for its waterfront-headquarters project by the first quarter of 2019.
A Milwaukee Common Council committee gave a favorable recommendation on Tuesday to proposals advancing both Komatsu Mining Corp.'s plans for a waterfront headquarters and a nearby development overseen by Michels Corp.
The Milwaukee Common Council defeated a mayoral veto Tuesday that would have slashed cash from a city blight-removal policy often requiring the deconstruction, rather than demolition, of historic homes.
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