Guest House homeless shelter breaks ground on new addition

A $500,000 gift from the Zilber Family Foundation brought the Guest House of Milwaukee in reach of its $2.6 million goal to build an 8,000-square-foot addition and expand services for homeless men.

Housing authority marks two decades of homeownership program

Linda Beard lives in the house that her mother purchased in 1994 with assistance from the city housing authority. (Photo courtesy of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee)

Since its founding 20 years ago, the city housing authority’s homeownership program has helped about 470 families living in public housing to purchase homes.

Applications now being accepted for real estate training program

Real estate industry leaders create a training program for people of diverse backgrounds to help change the look of Milwaukee. (Photo by Karen Slattery)

The Associates in Commercial Real Estate training program paves the way for minorities to get into local real estate development, property management or construction management.