From Model D
A residential development in North Corktown will receive $62,333 in state tax capture reimbursement. And a mixed-use redevelopment in Milwaukee Junction will receive $606,800 in state tax capture reimbursement.

In North Corktown, plans are underway to construct three new three-story buildings on the north side of Pine Street between Wabash Avenue and Rosa Parks Boulevard. The buildings will add 14 two-bedroom for-sale townhomes to the neighborhood. A green alley, pocket park, and bioswale stormwater system are also planned.

In Milwaukee Junction, three existing buildings on East Grand Boulevard will be connected and converted into retail and office space and 18 residential units.

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