The Mitchell Building is one of only six remaining buildings of its architectural style in the country. Following an $11 million comprehensive rehabilitation, the Mitchell Building is now fully leased and regarded as one of Milwaukee’s most iconic historic buildings.
Mackie Building – Grain Exchange
The Milwaukee Grain Exchange was home for the first commodity “trading pit”, later replicated as a model for exchanges throughout the country. Today, the three-story Grain Exchange room, with its soaring ceilings and frescos, serves as one of Milwaukee’s premier event spaces.
Mackie Building – Mackie Flats
Part of a $15 million rehabilitation of the historic Mackie Building located in downtown Milwaukee, the award-winning Mackie Flats offers 25 high-end, modern apartments in the heart of downtown. The Mackie Flats project received the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Award for Best Renovation-Residential, and WCREW’s Showcase Award for Vision.
Historic Garfield Apartments
Historic Garfield Apartments is an adaptive reuse of a long-vacant, historic school building in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville neighborhood. The arts-focused project, with 30 apartments and community space, has served as a major catalyst for area reinvestment. Historic Garfield Apartments has received the Mayor’s Design Award, the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Award, and WCREW’s Showcase Award for Vision.
Apartments (LIHTC) & Commercial
Located on a highly visible corner in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville neighborhood, The Griot project converted a blighted city brownfield into 41 apartments and 7,000 square feet of signature ground floor commercial space, now serving as the home of America’s Black Holocaust Museum.
Milwaukee Athletic Club ∙ The Huron Building ∙ Gold Medal Lofts ∙ 2022 East North Avenue ∙ Historic Horlick Redevelopment ∙ Milwaukee Cold Storage