Solar Panel and Battery Storage Installation at Walnut Way’s Wellness Commons Innovative project is first and only installation of its kind in Lindsay Heights Milwaukee, WI (February 15, 2022) —..
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Walnut Way Conservation Corps wins prestigious MANDI award for real estate development
CONTACT: Antonio Butts, Executive Director Walnut Way Conservation Corps email@example.com, 414-264-2326 Walnut Way Conservation Corps wins prestigious MANDI award for real estate development Innovation Wellness Commons Phase Two is..
Reporter Julia Fello returned to Walnut Way this month to learn about Walnut Way’s Wellness Commons. She met with counselor Marrika Rodgers, her client, and Director Antonio Butts, so share the impact of the services at the new building.
24 Groups Win Urban Health Grants from City by Jeramey Jannene, Urban Milwaukee, April 17th, 2020. READ STORY
Walnut Way to begin work on second phase of Innovations and Wellness Commons By Lauren Anderson, Nov 22, 2019 READ STORY
Join us for a free informational session for business owners and entrepreneurs for the Pop Up MKE program! Learn about benefits, small business mini-grants, and requirements for participating in the program.
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.