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M&R Development has begun construction on its third multifamily development in Wisconsin, 2929 on Mayfair in Wauwatosa, near Milwaukee

M&R Development Launches Third Wisconsin Apartment Project

M&R Development has begun construction on a 258-unit luxury apartment building named 2929 on Mayfair, just west of Milwaukee. Located at 2929 N. Mayfair Rd. in Wauwatosa, WI, the project is expected to see its first move-ins in August 2023. M&R is co-developing the project with Campbell Capital Group.  

“After the resounding success of our first two Wisconsin projects, Elevate in Madison and 42 Hundred on the Lake, just south of Milwaukee, we remain bullish on developing in the Badger State and anticipate 2929 on Mayfair will prove to be another fast-leasing apartment development that meets the needs of today’s renters,” said Anthony Rossi Sr., managing partner of Itasca, IL-based M&R.  

He added, “The Wauwatosa area is a thriving major center for commercial, medical, biotech and retail development, and strong future job growth is expected over the next decade, so there is a definite need for new upscale rental housing.” 


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