Today, The Mayor of the City of Milwaukee, Tom Barrett, announced the winners of the 2021 Mayors Design Award at Walnut Way’s Innovations and Wellness Commons. This is the 24th year of the annual award program that aims to “recognize design excellence throughout the City of Milwaukee. Recipients have added value to their neighborhoods by restoring, constructing or enhancing their properties in a way that respects the urban fabric and contributes to the character of their surroundings,”
TMJ4’s Julia Fello visited Walnut Way this February 2020 to learn about our development project, The Wellness Commons that will feature a variety of health and wellness-minded tenants. We’ve broken..
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Walnut Way to begin work on second phase of Innovations and Wellness Commons By Lauren Anderson, Nov 22, 2019 READ STORY
Check out the latest article by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service which features the latest news on the Brew City Match Program that is supporting local businesses and updates from Executive Director, Antonio Butts, on Phase II of The Innovations and Wellness Commons.
Milwaukee Magazine visited Walnut Way to meet with leaders regarding our commercial development project, The Innovations and Wellness Commons, phase II. Learn more about the latest developments and meet Phase I tenant, Basia Spencer, owner of the boutique, Basia Rose Designs.
Please join us in celebration at our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Green Infrastructure and Solar Installations in Lindsay Heights at Alice’s Garden on Thursday, April 18th from 10:00am – 11:00am. In 2017, the Institute for Sustainable Communities Partnership for Resilient Communities, based in Vermont, selected Walnut Way Conservation Corps as one of two Partnerships for Resilient Communities, a prestigious national recognition and resource award. The partnership provided $150,000 to Walnut to expand and accelerate its work on energy and water resilience, through the efforts of Blue Skies Landscaping, as well as offered customized technical assistance, and access to ISC’s large national network of sustainability practitioners across the country.
Milwaukee native, Basia Spencer, has been designing, creating, and selling her stylish dresses since 2015 and is moving into her first brick and mortar store at The Innovations and Wellness Commons, Walnut Way’s development project. Join in celebration at Basia Rose Designs Boutique, Saturday, December 8th, at its Grand Opening Trunk Show from 2:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m. at 1617 W. North Avenue (formerly The Outpost Natural Foods Learning and Event Center Space).
In partnership with Milwaukee Center for Independence (MCFI) and Social Development Commission (SDC) we are helping get the word out to neighbors about the next job fair in Lindsay Heights. Over 200 positions are available with MCFI, a tenant at Walnut Way’s Innovations and Wellness Commons (IWC) and other city wide locations.
As part of a cross-country listening tour, HuffPost (huffpost.com) will be visiting Walnut Way’s Innovations and Wellness Commons (IWC) in Milwaukee’s Lindsay Heights neighborhood on Friday, October 6th, from 12pm-3pm at 1617 W. North Avenue. HuffPost will set up their mobile studio in the parking lot of IWC between 12pm-3pm. All are welcome to visit and be interviewed.