Real estate odds and ends

A grand-opening preview party for The Point on the River Condominiums, formerly known as First Place on the River, will be held on Thursday, Feb. 26, from 5-8 p.m. in The Point on the River building at 106 W. Seeboth St., Suite 611.

Waukesha-based Inlanta Mortgage, a mortgage banker and broker, recently added in-house underwriting to its list of support services for loan officers and partner branches. Randy Burgei, a FHA direct endorsement underwriter, recently joined the firm to develop the company’s in-house underwriting, insuring and shipping departments.

Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects recently announced the formation of a team to help public organizations and private businesses seeking funds from the federal stimulus bill. "We understand that many organizations have projects that would benefit from funding, but they don’t know where to begin or they simply want to get their ideas into design so they can be better positioned to start construction earlier," said Eppstein Uhen vice president Rich Tennessen. "Our knowledgeable team and partnerships can help them through the process. In addition, the depth of our architectural resources and our many engineering partners give us the ability to get projects ‘shovel-ready’ quickly, which is a critical consideration in funding approval."

Milwaukee area firms recently received several awards from the Wisconsin chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects received gold awards for: the Goodman Community Center, Oak Creek Middle School, Accenture, Doka USA-Midwest branch, Dr. Anderson Oncology, Pavlic Center, Rehabilitation Hospital of Wisconsin and the Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group facility on Capitol Drive. Eppstein Uhen received a silver award for the McCracken & Frank LLP project. Milwaukee-based Engberg Anderson Inc. received gold awards for the following projects: its own relocation, Infinity Healthcare, Miller Brewing Company marketing department, Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice in Sheboygan Falls, Civil War Museum in Kenosha, General Mitchell International Airport Concourse C, South Barrington Club Library Activity Center in South Barrington, Ill., and Ike’s Food and Cocktails at the Twin Cities airport. Elm Grove-based TWP Architecture Ltd. also received several awards from the Wisconsin American Society of Interior Designers. The firm received gold awards for: the Ambassador Hotel renovation, Crowne Plaza hotel in Wauwatosa, Hotel Indigo in Vernon Hills, Ill. and Wells Fargo Bank in Milwaukee.

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