Corcoran Street to be extended as part of Third Ward apartment complex development

Architectural review board grants conditional COA for 258-unit development

Members of the Third Ward Architectural Review Board granted a conditional certificate of appropriateness to an apartment complex pitched for 129 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive. (rendering courtesy of Ramlow/Stein Architects)

Last updated on July 15th, 2022 at 03:32 pmEast Corcoran Street in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward would be extended from its current terminus at Jackson Street under plans for a 258-unit apartment complex at 129 N. Memorial Drive that gained a conditional certificate of appropriateness from the Third Ward Architectural Review Board on Wednesday. Minnesota-based

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