Commentary: MSOE making major impact on downtown

A rendering gives a glimpse of what the new home for Milwaukee School of Engineering's Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management (CAECM) Department. might look like at 310 E. Knapp St. The building is currently being leased by the U.S. government but will soon be dubbed the Kendall Breunig Center for the Built Environment. (Rendering courtesy of MSOE)

While Cardinal Stritch University is shutting down after 86 years, largely because of declining enrollment, it’s a very different story at Milwaukee School of Engineering. The small Milwaukee university, with an enrollment of 2,729, punches above its weight making a major impact on downtown. Ranked #6 on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of

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Andrew is the editor of BizTimes Milwaukee. He joined BizTimes in 2003, serving as managing editor and real estate reporter for 11 years. A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, he is a lifelong resident of the state. He lives in Muskego with his wife, Seng, their son, Zach, and their dog, Hokey. He is an avid sports fan and is a member of the Muskego Athletic Association board of directors.

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