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Hines has launched construction on 333 North Water Street, a Class A multifamily development in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward

Hines Launches Class A Multifamily Build in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward

Hines has launched construction on 333 N. Water St. in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, a Class A multifamily development. The project was financed through the Hines U.S. Direct Investments platform and a construction loan provided by the Union Labor Life Insurance Company. 

Located at the epicenter of local and regional transit in Milwaukee, the project includes a 31-story tower featuring 333 luxury rental units with ground-level retail and 22,700 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space.   

“The Historic Third Ward is the preeminent urban dining, shopping, and entertainment district in Milwaukee, and 333 N. Water S. will be at the center of this dynamic live-work-play neighborhood,” said Tom D’Arcy, senior managing director at Hines. “This site is a prominent gateway to the neighborhood, and we are delivering a highly anticipated, market-leading rental product that will further enhance the area. 


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Hines' D'Arcy

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