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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014

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New role for the Germania Building

Published Oct. 6, 2014

Schnetzy and Liebert's four-domed classic revival masterpiece at 135 E. Wells St., is getting a new lease on life.

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Urban spelunking: St. Stanislaus Catholic Church

Published Sept. 24, 2014

While there is no shortage of landmarks dotting the Downtown skyline, on the South Side there are just a few. So they really stand out. Among them, the twin towers of St. Stanislaus church on Mitchell Street are perhaps the most instantly recognizable. And it's been that way since 1872. But, not long ago, the future of the building seemed threatened.

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DCD issues RFP for Garfield Elementary

Published Sept. 23, 2014

Today, the Department of City Development sent out an RFP notification about the 1887 Koch-designed Garfield Avenue School on 4th and North, describing it as among the city's "Commercial Properties, Development Opportunities/RFP's, Surplus MPS Properties."

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