Plans submitted for 37-story apartment tower downtown

Chicago-based developer Carroll Properties Inc. has submitted plans for a 37-story apartment tower that it wants to build at the northeast corner of Van Buren Street and Kilbourn Avenue in downtown Milwaukee. The plans will be reviewed by the City’s Plan Commission on Monday, Sept. 29.

Carroll announced plans for the building earlier this year, but the plans submitted to the city for review provide new details, including more floors than originally anticipated, and renderings of what the building would look like.

Chicago-based FitzGerald Associates is the architect for the project.

The 37-story building would have 224 to 275 luxury apartments, 10,104 square feet of first floor retail space and numerous amenities including: a game room, media center, fitness center, sport lounge, sport court, a dog wash area and a bike storage area, according to the plans submitted to the city.

The site was formerly occupied by an Edwardo’s restaurant and is where New Land Enterprises LLP and later developers Tim Gokhman and Ann Shuk had planned to build a high-rise apartment development called Bookends. But the Bookends project never moved forward.

The Carroll Properties project is one of three luxury apartment towers that developers are planning in downtown Milwaukee.

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