THE DISTRICT WEST BEND

HKS is currently under construction on this mixed-use project consisting of 177 luxurious loft apartments and over 6,000 square feet of prime retail space.  The project is a redevelopment of a former blighted brewery site, located in the heart of downtown West Bend.  The District will be catalytic to the revitalization and extension of downtown West Bend.  The project was financed using a combination of conventional bank debt and a developer financed TIF from the City of West Bend.

www.thedistrictwestbend.com

ATELIER

In January of 2018, HKS completed the construction of this mixed-use project consisting of 31 luxurious loft apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space. The project is a redevelopment of an historic tobacco warehouse building in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward neighborhood financed through a combination of Historic Tax Credits and conventional bank debt.

www.atelierthirdward.com

MKE LOFTS

In September of 2015, HKS completed the construction of this mixed-use project consisting of 105 luxurious loft apartments and 21,000 square feet of retail space. The project was a redevelopment of an historic office building. The project was financed through a combination of Historic Tax Credits, a WHEDA market rate loan program, a city developer financed TIF, and WEDC Grant and Equity. 

www.mkelofts.com

JUNIOR HOUSE LOFTS

In June 2013, HKS completed the construction of this 50 unit high-end, loft apartment development in Milwaukee’s burgeoning 5th Ward/Walker’s Point neighborhood. The project was a redevelopment of an historic factory building. The project was financed through a combination of a HUD loan and Historic Tax credits.

www.juniorhouselofts.com

DWELL BAY VIEW

In July of 2012, HKS completed the construction of this mixed-use project consisting of 70 high-end, loft style apartments and 9,000 sq ft of retail space. The project was a redevelopment of a brown field site, located in Bay View (Milwaukee), WI. The project was financed using New Market Tax Credits, WHEDA bonds, and a brown field loan from the City of Milwaukee. This project was catalytic to the revitalization of the area.

www.dwellbayview.com