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2018

The loan fund is particularly aimed at minority contractors, to help them with commercial development and business development in the city.

2017

Chicago-based Evergreen Real Estate Group and Milwaukee-based Legacy Midwest Renewal Corp. plan to convert the three-story building, built in 1910 and now used for storage, into 36 apartments.

 

Restoration of historic, long bricked-up Blommer creamery begins

Legacy Midwest and Evergreen are creating 38 apartments in the former Blommer creamery, and 26 in a new, four-story building next to it. Of those, 54 will be reserved for low-income residents earning 60 percent or less of the area’s median income, said Nicolette Jurgens-Tamminga, project manager at Evergreen.

2015

A former ice cream factory on Milwaukee’s north side will be converted into moderate-income apartments if the developers can obtain federal tax credits to help finance the projects.

2014

Former CDFI Fund Director Donna Gambrell champions new market tax credits during a Milwaukee visit to speak at an LRC hosted event.

60,000 square foot building at 24th Street and North Avenue becomes home to Hope Christian School, a Milwaukee Choice School.

2012

Planned mixed-use building generates hope for economic growth.

2011

While Chicago-based Seaway Bank and Trust Co. has take over the failed Legacy Bank, two operations that share Legacy’s name – but are separately owned and funded – remain in business.

2007

M&I Invests
M&I Community Development Corporation Tuesday said it has made a $500,000 investment in Legacy Redevelopment Corporation, a nonprofit revolving loan fund serving Milwaukee’s central city.

2006

A New Legacy
$16.5 million project to build 75 homes in central Milwaukee.

2004

Injecting Life into Fondy corridor
Nonprofit group proposes commercial, residential project in central city.

Legacy Redevelopment Corporation backs ‘model’ homes
Milwaukee’s Legacy Redevelopment Corporation is using its Lindsay Heights revolving loan fund to finance the building of model homes in the central city.

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In 2014, LRC’s Sally Peltz was named a “Woman of Influence” by the Milwaukee Business Journal. 

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