The north area of Milwaukee’s 30th Street Industrial Corridor is in a process of transformation. Development over the last 100 years was focused on industrial access to a major rail spur — the 30th Street Corridor — and all of the nearby neighborhoods were economically tied to this major jobs center.
Today the landscape has changed dramatically, and will continue to change in the future. Residents and neighbors connect to strengthen the social fabric and promote new opportunities. Major investments from the City of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District are improving the infrastructure to address flooding concerns and to prepare the area for new development.
This video, commissioned by the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation, highlights community perspective on the past, present, and future of the north corridor area. See the north corridor like you haven’t seen it before: Garden Homes neighborhood, Century City Business Park, Lincoln Creek, and more — from 27th Street to 35th Street, and Hampton Ave to Townsend Ave.
- Post from Community: North Side Pop-up Farmers Market – a new series of outdoor markets - August 4, 2020
- Post from Community: Northwest Side Community Development Corporation awarded two OCS CED grants to Finance Social Enterprise Incubator and Athea Laboratories Expansion - October 21, 2019
- Transition on the City’s Northwest Side - August 27, 2019