June 23, 2024


Cooking Is My World

Flats, meals entrepreneurship center pitched for Milwaukee

An affordable apartment development, combined with an education and entrepreneurship center, could be coming to Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood.

A improvement that combines about 90 economical residences with a center that presents cooking courses, city farming and meals entrepreneurship products and services is currently being proposed for a significant-profile location in Riverwest.

The blended-use project would “make a new community hub to bridge the connections amongst poverty, housing and health and fitness,” in accordance to a Office of City Improvement report.

Typical Cash Team LLP and KG Development Team LLC want to acquire the project in the 1100 block of East North Avenue, just west of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s RiverView Home Hall.

The mixed-use development with 91 apartments and a food entrepreneurship center is planned for a large vacant site just west of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's RiverView Residence Hall (right).

That 1.8-acre web site consists of a vacant, town-owned great deal at 1136-46 E. North Ave.

The Frequent Council’s Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee on Tuesday voted to endorse granting an exceptional appropriate to the builders to negotiate a purchase of the city ton. It was detailed for sale at $750,000, with the metropolis obtaining 5 other growth proposals for the web-site.

The project’s concentrate would be the Riverwest Foodstuff Accelerator.

It would feature “a very obvious demonstration kitchen and training room with a concentration on fresh new food items, cooking, nourishment education and food-oriented entrepreneurship,” the report reported.