EPA provides $600,000 in cleanup grants to Milwaukee

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded three $200,000 clean up grants, for a total of $600,000, to the city of Milwaukee to remove contamination from three sites that are owned by the city’s Redevelopment Authority.
The sites are located at:
– North Edison Street and Highland Avenue in downtown Milwaukee. Russ Davis plans to build an 8-story, mixed-use building on the vacant lot, which is located along the Milwaukee River.
– North 21st Street and West Garfield Avenue. The property will be part of The Legacy development, a 51-home development in the central city by Legacy Midwest Renewal Corp., Irgens Development Partners LLC and Williams Development Corp. Preferred mortgage financing for the project is provided by Legacy Bank. http://www.thelegacymilwaukee.com/
– North 30th Street and West North Avenue. Possible future uses for the site could include light industrial and retail.

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