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Marketplace Business Improvement District (BID) 32
was developed to create a viable and sustainable commercial corridor that supports local entrepreneurs, engages current business owners, reduces blight, promotes job growth, advances environmental sustainability and encourages local, regional or national businesses to locate to the community. The BID’s boundaries are North Avenue from 8th to 27th Streets and Fond du Lac Avenue from 17th to 27th Streets.
BID 32’s leadership is focused on strategies to support commercial development in our area, and we aim to accomplish this through engagement and programs that: (1) support real estate development projects; (2) increase the number of property facade improvements; (3) advance corridor maintenance and streetscape projects; (4) and initiate safety and security practices for all property owners within our district.
Want to learn more about Marketplace BID 32 and how your business can be involved?
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Brew City Match
BID 32 is proud to be a partner in the all new Brew City Match program. Brew City Match helps businesses locate and thrive in Milwaukee’s historic commercial corridors. The first rounds of the Brew City Match program will focus on connecting businesses to resources in the Historic King Drive, North Avenue/Fond du Lac, and Cesar Chavez Drive corridors and the surrounding neighborhoods.
The former Lena’s grocery store, located at 2322 W. Oak St., was redeveloped into a new Save-A-Lot grocery store in Spring of 2018 to give area residents more options for local shopping
Phase II of The Commons
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. is developing a 20,000 square-foot multi-use commercial building at 1609 W. North Avenue.
Evergreen Real Estate Group and Legacy Midwest Renewal Corp. recently joined public-private partners to celebrate the grand-opening of Legacy Lofts, a 64-unit mixed-income rental community located at 1500 W. North Ave. In addition to the residences, the project included 1,565 square feet of street-level commercial space that houses the new offices of LMRC
Developers recognize the potential of the neighborhood. The Mobil Express project is currently under construction with space available for three commercial tenants on North Ave.
North Ave. Greenscaping Initiative
With support from the City of Milwaukee, we are seeing a surge in catalytic investment in recent years. This initiative is well underway with several strong candidates in consideration for a 90% grant to cover facade renovations.
Indaba Community Band Shell
A partnership between Parklawn Assembly of God and St. Ann Center, the Indaba Band Shell will bring the near north side community together to celebrate art, dance, music and more. In traditional African culture, Indaba refers to a gathering to resolve issues affecting the village.
Adams Garden Park
Smart and sustainable, the Adams Garden Park project will restore an 1898 building located at 1836 W. Fond du Lac Avenue and surrounding lots to create an urban hub for environmental groups and businesses.