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Burlington friars would remain and would keep many of their artifacts, potential developer says

The Journal Times – A developer proposing to redevelop the St. Francis Friary says his project would not displace the property’s historic artifacts, or even the friars themselves. S.R. Mills, chief executive officer of Bear Real Estate Group, told city officials Tuesday that his company’s makeover of the 146-acre religious compound would maintain space for […]

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Developer buys Third Ward parking property as part of redevelopment of downtown Johnson Controls complex

Biz Times – Kenosha-based Bear Development has purchased the land containing a parking structure in the Historic Third Ward as part of the firm’s plans to eventually redevelop the Johnson Controls office complex in downtown Milwaukee. Johnson Controls plans to leave that complex to consolidate offices at its Glendale operating headquarters.

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The firm that plans to redevelop Johnson Controls’ downtown Milwaukee complex has bought access to a nearby parking structure

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – The firm that plans to redevelop Johnson Controls Inc.’s downtown Milwaukee complex has bought a property that gives it access to a nearby parking structure. Affiliates of Kenosha-based Bear Development LLC bought the land beneath the parking structure, at 212 N. Milwaukee St. in the Historic Third Ward, for $6.9 million, […]

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Commercial Real Estate and Development Conference 2021

Biz Times – The annual Commercial Real Estate and Development Conference, presented by BizTimes Milwaukee, Marquette University’s Bell Real Estate Program and the Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin (CARW), is southeastern Wisconsin’s premier networking and information event for the industry. This conference examines the latest trends in commercial real estate and development and explores the […]

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