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  • Whitestone Realty Eyes Spring Start for 127-Unit Senior Housing at Pabst Complex

    Milwaukee Pabst Senior Housing LP of New York City is moving forward with its plan to develop a 127-unit senior housing facility at the former Pabst Brewery in downtown Milwaukee. First proposed in 2011, the development is slated to replace the former Malt House and Malt Elevator buildings on West Juneau Avenue. The Business Journal reports that construction on the project could start in April and would be finished in 12 to 14 months. Upon completion, the developer plans to sell the complex to nonprofit operators United Housing and Community Services Corp. or Improved Living Foundation Inc.

    Midwest 18 January 2013 19:59

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