MILWAUKEE — Construction is set to begin next summer on a Wangard Partners Inc. upscale condominium project on the city’s lower east side, according to our news partners at the Milwaukee Business Journal.
The project, which calls for as many as 250 units, is scheduled to be the first large-scale new condo development in downtown Milwaukee in about 10 years, the Milwaukee Business Journal said.
The development, at Brady and Water streets, will be built in three phases.
It will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom units and include townhouse models and river home models.
The project also will feature boat slips and space for boathouses to store kayaks, boats and other recreational equipment.
“We’re very excited about Brady & Water because it will provide a great living experience that connects the urban lifestyle of one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods with the natural environment of the Milwaukee River,” Stewart Wangard, CEO of Wangard, said in a news release.