Real estate odds and ends

Cambridge Major Labs to dedicate expansion
Cambridge Major Laboratories Inc. will host a dedication ceremony on July 30 for its 125,000-square-foot expansion of its facility at W132 N10550 Grant Dr., Germantown. The company makes active pharmaceutical ingredients.

Zilber statue unveiled
Last week Zilber Ltd. officials and family members of the company’s founder, Joseph Zilber, unveiled the statue of Joseph Zilber and his wife, Vera, that now stands at Zilber Park in the former Pabst brewery complex in downtown Milwaukee. Zilber is redeveloping the former brewery complex into a mixed-use urban neighborhood called The Brewery.

Grand opening set for The Park at 1824 apartments
Wauwatosa-based Wangard Partners Inc. will host a grand opening of their recently completed east side apartment project, called The Park at 1824, at 1824 E. Park Place, Milwaukee, on Thursday July 9 from 3-7 p.m. The four-story building has 61 apartment units. The building is located four blocks from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus and includes study rooms on each floor.

Federal funds allocated for Hank Aaron Trail
Menomonee Valley Partners will receive $300,000, included in the Environment Appropriations Act recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, for ongoing efforts to build the Hank Aaron State Trail. The funds would be used to purchase native trees, shrubs and grasses for a major segment of the Hank Aaron State Trail that runs along 2,000 feet of the Menomonee River. “The Menomonee River Valley is on its way to reclaiming its livelihood,” Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Milwaukee, said. “What was once an important center of commerce from the time of Native American tribes to early 20th century industries is on its way back. By redeveloping the Menomonee River Valley into a place where business, parks, green space and other public infrastructure intersect, Menomonee Valley Partners is working to create hundreds of jobs and a renewed appreciation for the Milwaukee area’s natural resources.” The bill will now go to the Senate for its consideration.

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