Real estate odds and ends

Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women (WCREW) recently announced the winners of its seventh annual Real Estate Development Showcase Awards, which recognizes significant real estate development and redevelopment projects in Wisconsin. Projects that achieved substantial completion for occupancy or opened between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007 were considered by a panel of judges made up of community leaders and real estate professionals.

The Showcase Award Winner was the Medical College of Wisconsin/Children’s Research Institute, Translational and Biomedical Research Center. Project Team Members: Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital & Health System, HGA Architects & Engineers, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, Gilbane Building Company and Hammes Company.

The Regional Impact Award winner was Bayshore Town Center. Project Team Members: Steiner & Associates, Hunzinger Construction Company, Development Design Group, Inc. and Eppstein Uhen Architects.

The Heart of the Community Award winner was Dr. Wesley Scott Senior Living Community.  Project Team Members: Gorman & Company, Milwaukee Urban League, Focus on Energy, National Survey & Engineering, Rettler Corporation, Graef Anhalt Schlemer & Associates, Pierce Engineers and Hein Engineering.

The Grssroots Award winner was UW-River Falls Student Union. Project Team Members: State of Wisconsin, UW-River Falls, Workshop Architects, Moody-Nolan and Market & Johnson.

The Phoenix Award winner was Centennial Place. Project Team Members: Boulder Venture, General Capital Group, MSI General, Total Team Construction, National Survey & Engineering and Brandenburg.

Brookfield-based Shorewest Realtors recently raised $3,800 at its charity auction for its Christmas is For Kids program. The program treats more than 400 children each year to a special holiday party.

Despite the slumping housing market, MLG Development, a division of Brookfield-based NAI MLG Commercial, announced that it recently sold the last lot in its 38-lot Carriage Hills subdivision in Delafield. The subdivision is located off of Highway C n the west side of Nagawicka Lake.

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