One of Milwaukee’s many sculpted lions, and one of Corcordia’s many architectural flourishes, this particular lion and his twin look out over 32nd and Highland on the steps of the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation.
Many of the 100-year-old homes that were built in the architecturally and historically rich Concordia neighborhood’s heyday still stand. The neighborhood once was home to Pabsts, Shusters, and Brumders, and is notable for its diverse population today.
Historic Milwaukee, Inc., our partner for Where’s NNS?, is presenting Spaces & Traces, a day of tours, lectures, and exploration in the area. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 19.
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- ‘Neighborhood Gems’: Learn about Triciclo Péru and the murals on West Forest Home Avenue - October 1, 2020
- ‘Neighborhood Gems’: Learn about Glorious Malone’s Fine Sausage and the Neighborhood Tiles project in Clarke Square - September 30, 2020