Milwaukee affordable housing tower clears first city review (Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee)

Date Published: 
June 28th, 2019

From the Milwaukee Business Journal:

Seeking approvals for a 32-story tower offering apartments priced for low-income and luxury renters, a Milwaukee Housing Authority official said this may be the first mixed-income development of its kind for the community, but won’t be the last.

“When it works here, we can replicate it,” said Scott Simon, senior vice president of development for housing authority affiliate Travaux Inc.

The Housing Authority of the city of Milwaukee proposes the 350-unit building just north of downtown at Milwaukee and Knapp streets. Located at the authority’s Convent Hill property, it would reserve some apartments for low-income renters while keeping others priced at market rate, with both income groups sharing the same building amenities.

Read the Milwaukee Business Journal's article "Milwaukee affordable housing tower clears first city review," featuring the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.

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