Bear Development’s Michigan Street Commons, a 99-unit apartment building situated at 915 W. Michigan St., is now under construction in the Iron District.
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Bear Development, is currently involved in an urban development project – the Iron District, where a longstanding mural, “People Helping People,” is located.
A new United Soccer League team’s name is to be chosen through a campaign started by Milwaukee Pro Soccer, which attracted more than 4,000 suggestions.
The Iron District project in downtown Milwaukee, led by Bear Development, has undergone a revision, replacing the planned 3,500-seat concert venue with a smaller, versatile event space within a repurposed office building.
Bear Development is expanding its Iron District project in Milwaukee with the addition of 76 apartments to the Michigan Street Commons development.
Bear Development is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity in Milwaukee’s construction industry.
Bear Development has two mixed-use redevelopment projects underway in the Downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin area.
NewPoint Real Estate Capital provided a $20.6 million construction loan to help finance Michigan Street Commons, which is a 99-unit affordable housing community in Milwaukee.
The proposed MKE soccer stadium, Iron District, could receive a $9.3 million boost from the state of Wisconsin under Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed capital spending budget.
The former Ramada hotel in downtown Milwaukee is being recycled rather than bulldozed. The structure at 633 W. Michigan St. will be deconstructed with a focus on saving as many materials