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Now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Associates in Commercial Real Estate Program (ACRE) through July 31st! ACRE is an industry-supported initiative that recruits and trains minority individuals for careers in real estate development, property management, and construction management.
The MANDIs highlight the unsung heroes working to revitalize Milwaukee’s most distressed urban neighborhoods. Winners were announced at an Oscar-style gala on April 15 to a crowd of 840 people, including non-profit, corporate and public sector leaders, at Potawatomi Hotel.
Leo J. Ries, executive director of Local Initiatives Support Corp., is stepping down after 15 years in the post.
In recent months Riverworks has announced two significant new investment agreements to support its neighborhood development work.
At their annual community gathering, Washington Park Partners emphasized the importance of resident participation in community improvement.
City planners and community stakeholders gathered to design plans for developing underutilized properties in the South Side neighborhoods of Silver City and Clarke Square.
In 2014, the Milwaukee Police Department and three community-based partners, United Methodist Children’s Services, Holton Youth + Family Center, and Riverworks Development Corporation received MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership Awards. LISC Milwaukee, in conjunction with National LISC’s Community Safety Initiative, is proud to support the efforts of each award-winning initiative. Please click "Learn More" to watch the videos highlighting their impressive community-police collaborations that are key to successful, comprehensive neighborhood revitalization.
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