Historic Preservation


Mitchell Building


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.


 Neighborhood Revitalization


Historic Garfield Apartments

Apartments (LIHTC)

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.


The Griot

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.



Current/Upcoming Projects


Milwaukee Athletic Club ∙ The Huron Building ∙ Gold Medal Lofts ∙ 2022 East North Avenue ∙ Historic Horlick Redevelopment ∙ Milwaukee Cold Storage