Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tom Daykin

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • WUWM 89.7 FM
  • USA TODAY
  • Post-Crescent Media

Recent articles by Tom:

A plan to create 300 affordable and market rate apartments in Milwaukee's Harbor District is moving forward

Bear Development LLC's plan to redevelop 10 buildings, at 123 and 147 E. Becher St., was first disclosed in fall 2020 as Filer & Stowell Lofts. → Read More

A Texas company is seeking to build a micro-hospital near airport on land where extended-stay hotel was rejected

Houston-based Nutex Health Inc. wants to develop a 22,073-square-foot medical facility at 1801 W. Layton Ave., just west of I-94. → Read More

A developer has purchased Johnson Controls' downtown Milwaukee office complex for $24 million

Two investment groups led by Bear Development LLC President S.R. Mills bought the buildings, which total more than 420,000 square feet. → Read More

Milky Way Tech Hub business accelerator is expanding in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood

Milky Way Tech Hub, based at 3803 W. Fond du Lac Ave., begins renovations this month, said hub operator Nadiyah Johnson. It will open in early 2022. → Read More

A plaque commemorating Schlitz Park developer Gary Grunau is among improvements coming to the business park

The plaque for Grunau, who died in September 2019, will be on the river walk at Schlitz Park, it was announced Thursday. → Read More

Historic former theater being converted into all-ages music club adds new restaurant

The all-ages club would redevelop the former State Theater, at 2612-2616 W. State St. The restaurant would be at 2606-2610 W. State St. → Read More

A well-known marketing communications firm is moving from its longtime east side Milwaukee location to Brewers Hill

Mueller Communications LLC will lease more than 8,200 square feet on the ground floor of the historic Milwaukee Fortress Building, 1726 N. 1st St. → Read More

The Target Store coming to Glendale's Bayshore mixed-use development appears to be ready for imminent opening.

The renovations of the former Boston Store building into a Target appear to be nearly complete. Also, a liquor sales license is in the works. → Read More

Wisconsin Vision is relocating and expanding three of its Milwaukee-area sites and adding remote eye health exams

All three relocations are designed to improve the customer experience and allow Wisconsin Vision to expand site footprints to 2,000 square feet. → Read More

HUB640, downtown Milwaukee's redeveloped former Boston Store building has landed another office tenant

HUB640, 640 N. Phillips Ave., is leasing 7,500 square feet to Indianapolis-based Eight Eleven Group, building operator North Wells Capital announced. → Read More

An urban sports complex is being proposed for a 22-acre site on Milwaukee's north side near I-43 and Capitol Drive

Known as The Opportunity Center, the 300,000-square-foot facility would make sports and wellness activities accessible to all people. → Read More

The Milwaukee Bucks' Pat Connaughton is proceeding with plans for a six-story apartment building in Brewers Hill

Three Leaf Development is proposing the 50-unit building for 1737-1751 N. Palmer St. It needs Milwaukee Historic Preservation Commission approval. → Read More

North Avenue Market food hall coming to Milwaukee's Uptown Crossing area near Wauwatosa wins key financing piece

North Avenue Market, 5900 W. North Ave., is being created within a former Associated Bank branch. The $2.2 million project just got a key loan. → Read More

Demolition contractor Veit & Co. plans to develop a new regional office in New Berlin for its growing workforce

Veit & Co. is proposing to construct a 20,000-square-foot office and a 15,000-square-foot maintenance facility at 18900 W. Lincoln Ave., New Berlin. → Read More

Concrete barricades at Milwaukee's Marcus Center have been turned into a display for local artists

The barricades, accompanied by a chain-link fence, have been painted by Milwaukee-area artists to improve the enclosed space's appearance. → Read More

A 236-unit luxury apartment building overlooking Lake Michigan in St. Francis is now open

42 Hundred on the Lake is a 236-unit luxury apartment building that features one- to two-bedrooms. → Read More

Port Milwaukee signs a new tenant; Marek Landscaping focuses on sustainable landscape design and restoration

Marek Landscaping, which focuses on sustainable landscape and restoration projects, plans to move to Port Milwaukee. → Read More

Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects is getting new executive leadership, including its first female president

Rich Tennessen, who is now president, will become the firm's CEO , with Kristin Dufek named Eppstein Uhen president. CEO Greg Uhen is retiring. → Read More

Bucks parade in downtown Milwaukee on Thursday to mark 2021 NBA championship win

The newly minted NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks will be celebrated in a downtown parade Thursday. → Read More

A four-story apartment building might come to a Bay View/Harbor District site now zoned for industrial use

The development, which would include a lower-level parking garage, would be constructed at 356 E. Stewart St., in both Bay View and Harbor District. → Read More