Kenosha News – Bristol Commons, a single- and multi-family project from Bear Development that would increase senior housing options, received a slate of initial approvals by the Bristol Village Board this week.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – A 140-unit affordable apartment development is planned for a large vacant downtown site owned by Marquette University. Known as Michigan Street Commons, it would be built on around 7 acres bordered mainly by North Lovell, North 10th, West Michigan and West Clybourn streets.
The Journal Times – Village trustees have thrown their support behind a residential development that could bring more than 300 new families to Union Grove over the next eight years.
My Racine County – A Union Grove committee devoted to development-related issues within the village gave its consent to a number of big-picture and granular details linked to a large-scale housing proposal that has been under the microscope a number of times in 2020.
Kenosha News – If southeastern Wisconsin is a hot spot for for industrial growth, then the Village of Pleasant Prairie continues to stoke the fire. In a year when the COVID-19 pandemic brought many regions to a near economic standstill, the village continues to show signs of good health.
Kenosha News – In some cases plans have been in the works for several years. In other cases it was earth movers actually digging into the ground. Wherever in the process, the development boom continued for Kenosha’s suburban areas in 2020, despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Journal Times – A development that could bring more than 300 new families to Union Grove is moving ahead and could be under construction by next spring.
Kenosha News – Highway 165 is now open to through traffic as developers work to complete the first phase of construction for Main Street Market, a major commercial development just east of Green Bay Road in the village.
RE Journals – The Milwaukee apartment market remains strong, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. And when it comes to commercial sectors in the region? Only industrial is outperforming it.
Urban Milwaukee – A proposal to develop what could be the largest private affordable housing development in Milwaukee’s history drew the support of the City Plan Commission, Department of City Development and area Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic on Monday afternoon.