Real estate odds and ends

Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:40 pm

Milwaukee-based Plunkett Raysich Architects LLP has formed an alliance with Waukesha-based Ruekert/Mielke, a municipal engineering and land surveying firm, to help municipalities plan for their future facility needs and develop strategies for how best to fund building and renovation programs.

Brookfield-based MLG recently received the Best Subdivision Entrance award, for the entrance to its Carriage Hills subdivision in Delafield, from the Metropolitan Builders Association’s annual Sales and Marketing Achievement dinner. Muskego-based Durham Hill Nursery Inc. managed the landscaping for the project. Entries for the Best Subdivision Entrance award were judged on signage, landscaping and use of vegetation, appropriateness of the theme, special features including fountains, original trees, and rocks, as well as lighting, materials used, and overall aesthetic appeal. MLG Communities, the residential development company of MLG, currently has more than 25 residential developments throughout southeastern Wisconsin, Door County, Florida and Virginia.

Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women (WCREW) recently recognized five local commercial developments as part of its annual WCREW Real Estate Showcase Awards. The Milwaukee Public Market received the Showcase Award; Madison-based J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., received the Heart of the Community Award for its new Milwaukee office at 1600 N. 6th St.; Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin received the Leading Edge Award; the GE Healthcare building in Wauwatosa received the Regional Impact Award; and the redevelopment of the Ambassador Hotel in Milwaukee received the Judges’ Choice Award. The awards are given for developments that result in job creation, economic development and increased property value; have a creative use or sense of space; have a positive impact on the community; promote sustainable development and overcome obstacles during the project.

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