Downtown Milwaukee is experiencing a renaissance led by a steady influx of new residents, office workers, restaurants, bars, shops and cultural outlets that support them. In the center of it all, 234 South Water will stand as symbol of the 5th Ward transformation to the SoHo of Milwaukee; metal and glass facades serve as a pixelated representation of the areas industrial past and present, its curves flowing like the Milwaukee River beside it, and its height a testament to the desirability of Walkers Point.
The 234 Apartments represent the latest development taken on by local investor group LCM Funds LLC. The investment group, headed up by David Winograd has been focused on the redevelopment of the Harbor District and Walkers Point since its purchase of the Deco Building at 201 E. Pittsburgh Avenue in 2009. To date, LCM Funds LLC has purchased over 10 properties in the area and is responsible for the complete redevelopment of the South Water Works complex, including the Oregon Lofts.
Award Winning Design by Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP.
To revitalize the re-urbanization of the Walkers Point Area
This is the 10th property for LCM Funds LLC in the area.
Market research, and intuition go hand in hand in making location decisions.
This is the critical phase, where all of those little ideas are storyboarded and brought to life.
Break ground and start building the dream.
This 12-story development, located at the corner of South Pittsburgh Avenue and South Water Street, plays an important role in the Harbor District of Milwaukee goal to revitalize the waterfront and compliments the reurbanization already underway in Historic Walkers Point. The complex will offer 164 market rate units ranging from one to three bedrooms, with many units boasting sweeping views of the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan.
Refined Urban Luxury
201 East Pittsburgh Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53204
+1 414 271 2520