Real estate odds and ends

Ryan Braun’s Waterfront is temporarily closed
Ryan Braun’s Waterfront restaurant in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward has closed its doors temporarily to “implement additional renovations, culinary changes to the menu and a new in-house management team.” BVK vice president Mary Christine, a spokeswoman for the restaurant, said the changes are needed after “an incredibly successful six months of operations. Because of the Third Ward location, RBWF management expected business to be on the upswing during the months of March-October and had planned to take advantage of the slower months to elevate the level of offerings to their customers. We received wonderful feedback on the restaurant and are excited for our current and new customers to enjoy the new product we are about to unveil in the coming weeks. We would like to apologize to fans of the restaurant for any inconvenience this renovation might have on their plans. Details on the expansion are expected in early December.”

AutoZone planned on Miller Park Way
Memphis-based AutoZone plans to build a new 20,000-square-foot store on a vacant 2-acre site south of West Orchard Street and east of South 43rd Street in the city of Milwaukee.

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