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Posted on October 9th, 2020

Mandel Group’s Crescent Apartments project is aiming to make the Milwaukee County Research Park, already a good spot for a lunch break stroll, into a place with the kind of walkability associated with an urban neighborhood.

The 102 apartments will likely attract renters who work for companies located in the Wauwatosa park’s office buildings, said Angie Tabrizi, Mandel Group development project manager. Next door to the new apartment building, Mandel is restoring a 105-year-old former powerhouse building for a fitness center and the Ally’s Powerhouse Café.

Once it’s all complete in 2021, people living in the Crescent Apartments can walk to work, grab a morning coffee or happy hour beverage and meal without needing a car.

To read more and see construction photos, click here for Sean Ryan’s coverage in the Milwaukee Business Journal.

 
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