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UWM requests extension to close land sale (UPDATE)

By Joe Lanane The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s request for a fourth extension in buying land for the Innovation Park project could force Wauwatosa to delay tax collections from the property. The city is backing a $12 million tax incremental finance ...

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Debate forms over Innovation Park’s influence

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 ...

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UWM Innovation Park critic claims fear of commitment (UPDATE)

By Joe Lanane A lack of officially committed developers for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Innovation Park is raising questions over the frugality of a Wauwatosa investment in the project. Bill Holahan, UWM economics department chairman, characterized the tentative developers for ...

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Wauwatosa officials, UWM developers to meet on Innovation Park

By Joe Lanane The office of Wauwatosa mayor Jill Didier confirmed Wednesday that city officials will meet with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee developers on Thursday morning to discuss a proposed engineering campus. The $250 million UWM Innovation Park would include both ...

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Wauwatosa enters high-speed rail station discussion

By Sean Ryan A call to build a high-speed rail station in Wauwatosa rather than in Waukesha County has left planners debating how local needs factor into interstate transit plans. Joe Czarnezki, Milwaukee County clerk, said the state should eliminate ...

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City, county question UWM land sale

Dustin Block dustin.block@dailyreporter.com Wauwatosa’s historic Eschweiler Buildings would be converted into a boutique hotel and restaurant as part of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s plans for a new engineering campus. But plans to restore the buildings, designed in the early 1900s ...

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