From the Milwaukee Business Journal:
An up to $150 million tower with 350 apartments would bring new affordable housing to downtown Milwaukee under a plan by the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.
The 32-story proposal, first unveiled Wednesday, would be built at Milwaukee and Knapp streets on the housing authority’s Convent Hill property. It would be a mixed-income building with market-rate apartments, but a significant number of its units would be reserved for people making less than the area’s average income, the main mission of the public housing authority.
Read the Milwaukee Business Journal's article "32-story, mixed-income apartment tower planned in downtown Milwaukee by Housing Authority," featuring the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.