With several large-scale redevelopment projects in progress on the North/ Fond du Lac business corridors in Lindsay Heights, BID leaders are focused on priorities such as creating jobs and improving public safety.
After being vacant for 15 years, the historic building at North Avenue and Sherman Boulevard will reopen as soon as the owner can obtain occupancy permits from the city.
Improvements to businesses, beautification efforts and designs for a grocery store point to positive change on Vliet Street.
The Center Street Business Improvement District is encouraging residents to patronize small businesses between 32nd and 60th streets.
This summer, 17 businesses will cycle through locations on the North and South Sides as part of the Pop-Up MKE program, which provides grants to small-business owners.
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation recently honored financial education series graduates.
Workforce development group i.c. stars gives low-income adults the skills for a high-tech career, while developing community leaders.
Community Warehouse, which supplies rebuilding materials and other discounted products at two city locations, has launched a new program to prepare formerly incarcerated individuals for work.
More than 1,200 community members gathered recently to celebrate the launch of a new campaign to expand access to quality jobs in the Milwaukee area.
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch announced a WEDC grant for the innovative commercial project in Sherman Park.