September 2021

Pabst Theater Group to move corporate offices to the Empire Building

2021-09-16T09:45:03-06:00September 14th, 2021|Entertainment, Office, Zilber Ltd.|

The Pabst Theater Group will move its administrative offices to the Empire Building in downtown Milwaukee this fall. The group's new office is on the ninth floor of the 14-story building, located at 710 N. Plankinton Ave. and home

April 2021

The post-pandemic downtown: Milwaukee ready for its bounce-back moment

2021-06-18T11:51:14-06:00April 21st, 2021|Industrial, Office, Zilber Ltd.|

Milwaukee isn’t different from most Midwest cities: The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life here, with kids attending school remotely, businesses working under capacity restrictions and municipal leaders trying to coordinate the distribution of vaccines to a population hungry for

March 2021

Lessons learned from adaptive reuse projects that transformed Milwaukee-area communities

2021-06-18T11:05:10-06:00March 29th, 2021|The Brewery, Zilber Ltd.|

The former Pabst Brewery in downtown Milwaukee sat vacant for years after the 21-acre complex closed abruptly in 1996. It is now known as The Brewery, a vibrant city neighborhood, complete with housing, offices, restaurants, hotels, a university building

April 2020

Potawatomi and Zilber announce development plans for former Dairyland Greyhound Park

2020-04-30T14:11:22-06:00April 24th, 2020|Industrial, Zilber Ltd.|

The Forest County Potawatomi Community (“Potawatomi”) and Zilber Property Group (“Zilber”) yesterday announced plans to bring a new community-oriented, mixed-use development to the approximately 240-acre former Dairyland Greyhound Park property.  The plans call for the development of office, retail,

February 2020

May 2019

The Brewery District: Downtown Milwaukee’s next great neighborhood

2019-06-06T11:04:21-06:00May 14th, 2019|Entertainment, Industrial, Office, The Brewery, Zilber Ltd.|

It may well be Milwaukee's best-kept secret, but that's about to change. The past 12-plus years have seen a cacophony of cranes, clouds of dust, heavy trucks moving rubble out and bringing concrete into the eight blocks bounded by

January 2018

June 2017

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