The construction of 333 North Water Street in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward has reached its full height. This mixed-use building, developed by Hines, will be the tallest in the neighborhood at 342 feet and 31 floors, encompassing a total area of 374,000 square feet.
Zoning has been approved for the mixed-use development at 1812 W Grand Avenue in West Town. Located just west of the intersection with N Wood Street within the neighborhood’s design district, the proposal will replace a long-term empty lot. The project is being led by developer Grand Company LLC with local-firm RED Architects working on its design.
Construction is set to commence on the first phase of the mixed-use development at 310 N Peoria Street in Fulton Market. Located on the corner with W Wayman Street, the two-phase proposal was initially approved in 2021 after its announcement the year prior. The project is being led by Fulton Market Hospitality and MRR 310 Peoria LLC, with Hirsch MPG working on its design.
Construction at 1002 S Racine Avenue in Little Italy has risen to the fifth floor on a new six-story mixed-use building. This development is part of the Roosevelt Square Phase 3B plan, a collaboration between Related Midwest and the Chicago Housing Authority. The plan includes three mixed-income apartment buildings and the upcoming National Museum of Public Housing.
Initial details have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 3202 N Racine Avenue in Lake View. Located on the northwest corner with W Belmont Avenue, the project will replace a BP gas station on the prominent intersection. The proposal is being led by developer Exemplary Builders who are working with Vari Architects on its design.