The latest installment of the “Sister Cities” series focuses again on Milwaukee, where “The Couture” continues to rise at 909 E Michigan Street. Developed by Barrett Lo Visionary Development, the 44-story mixed-use project will soon be Wisconsin’s fourth tallest building and its tallest primarily residential development. Having now passed the halfway mark, the skyscraper will stand 516 feet tall, slightly taller than The Row Fulton Market as a Chicago height reference.
Articles by Jack Crawford
With its construction permit now issued, a new mixed-use development is set to rise in the center of Lincoln Square at 4715 N Western Avenue. This six-story building, led by The Community Builders, will integrate both retail and new affordable units into what is currently a parking lot.
The 28-story hotel at 150 E Ontario Street has risen to approximately the two-thirds mark in the Streeterville neighborhood. The development, led by The Prime Group, will be a new addition to the RIU Hotels and Resorts chain. The 345-foot-tall structure will have 388 guest rooms, with a large lobby area and a connected cafe at the southeast corner of the ground floor.
A renovation permit has been issued for a residential upgrade at 5411 N Campbell Avenue in the Budlong Woods neighborhood. The renovation plan, whose exact timeline has not been mentioned, involves converting the pre-existing six-unit residential structure into an eight-unit complex, in line with the Additional Dwelling Unit (ADU) program. Matthew Cremins is the owner of this project.
The mixed-use development known as “Cassidy on Canal” is close to reaching its full height of 355 feet at 350 N Canal Street in Fulton River District. The structural work for this 33-story building, a product of collaboration between The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC, is scheduled to wrap up by the end of July, McHugh announced this past week.