$5M tax base to the City of Wauwatosa
The 2515 development creates a significant investment in the neighborhood and new tax base ($5M+ in new revenue with no city money -TIF) and thousands of hours of construction labor, bringing much needed high-paying construction jobs to the city.
Intricate Architectural Elements
We have invested money and time in revamping our design to be more congruent with the structures surrounding the site using a town home concept – something the group suggested would be a better fit for the site. The building design incorporates lots of glass, balconies, split-leveling for enhanced street appeal with landscaping incorporated in the design. The new design 8 ft Taller than a neighboring property (Eight feet gabled roofs, to accommodate the neighbors request for a “Town Home Feel").
Smaller, Better Design
Saving the Cabin
Committed to preserving and enhance the historic Log Cabin and currently under contract with Galbrath Carnahan Architects (GCA) to take the cabin and allows for the GCA to stay within the city of Wauwatosa, specifically district 5. We will be donating the cabin to GCA and moving the Cabin enabling the GCA to keep their business in the city of Wauwatosa.