The new Franklin Square Apartments in Lindsay Heights are the second phase of Melissa Goins’ multi-phase development plan for the Teutonia Avenue Togetherness project (TAT). TAT has committed more than $14 million to Lindsay Heights.
Two Lindsay Heights projects are among the 22 citywide winners of the 2011 Mayor’s Design Awards, presented by Mayor Tom Barrett.
Our peach blossoms were beautiful. The bees are buzzing and our gardens are being planted. Enjoy the photo or stop on by!
Brown Street Academy students carefully plant strawberries as part of the Junior Master Gardeners program at Alice’s Garden.
The restaurant will be more than just a source of healthy food, but a way for people to develop skills to live better lives.
Jeff Rainwater plants shallot sets at Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights.
Fondy Food Center signed a five-year lease for 80 acres of farmland with Afterglow Farms in Port Washington just as the farmers market season begins.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. has been named a finalist in the “Communities Take Root” competition.
Next fall, current students at Hopkins and Lloyd schools will attend classes together at the new Hopkins-Lloyd Community School.
Lindsay Heights resident Twyla James bought a lot from the city of Milwaukee for $1 in September 2009, on the condition that she build a house there and live in it for at least five years.