Tuesday’s program on Innovation in Building Communities through Commercial Real Estate brought members to a new part of Milwaukee, the Tripoli Shrine to partake in a community-wide discussion on new ways of thinking about development. Recognizing that Milwaukee is made up of many neighborhoods, the program highlighted a variety of ideas and models that have been, and may be considered to spur economic growth. The speakers and panel covered topics including the MKE United initiative led by the Greater Milwaukee Committee (www.mkeunited.com); cluster development, Menomonee Valley Partners, Near West Side Partners, 30th Street Corridor and more. Watch for more coverage of this event in the National REALTORS Magazine and stay engaged in the ongoing conversation about CARW’s role in this ongoing initiative.
Linda Gorens-Levey, Partner, General Capital and Co-Chair of Greater Milwaukee Downtown Task Force
Paul Jones, Vice-President of Strategy and Sustainability and Chief Legal Officer, Harley-Davidson Motor Company and Treasurer for Near West Side Partners
James Phelps, President JCP-Construction
Dave Misky, Asst. Executive Director – Redevelopment Authority of the City of MKE
Kimberly Kane, President of Kane Communications Group
Michael Hostad, Executive Director of Innovation in Milwaukee – Greater Milwaukee Committee
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