Milwaukee Magazine’s second annual Betty Awards focuses on seven women making a difference in Milwaukee. Fix Development’s Juli Kaufmann is one of the seven women to receive this award in 2020. These awards are named after Betty Quadracci, the former publisher of Milwaukee Magazine and aside from looking for Quadracci’s “verve and spirit,” they also looked for women who captured certain celebrated qualities she embodied. Read more here.
The Milwaukee Business Journal’s cover story for their March 6, 2020 issue is about redevelopment projects in the Milwaukee area. The Clock Shadow Building is highlighted for being a great example of community building. Read the article in its entirety here. The article can be found online too with subscriber access.
Milwaukee has arrived. New development is reshaping downtown and the suburbs and the city is getting national and international attention for the upcoming 2020 Democratic National Convention and for its top sports stars. So, what’s next for Milwaukee? Can the city take advantage of this momentum to reach the next level and gain prosperity for all of its neighborhoods? BizTimes Milwaukee recently hosted its annual Commercial Real Estate and Development Conference to explore this topic, which included a panel discussion of successful, thoughtful and outspoken local real estate professionals. The panel included: Kalan Haywood Sr. of Haywood Group, Juli Kaufmann of Fix Development, Steve Palec of Irgens and Blair Williams of WiRED Properties. Hear the podcast.
The Sherman Phoenix project has received significant media coverage in 2017 – 2018. Here is a cover story that headlined the March Milwaukee Business Journal.
They turned half-baked ideas into successful startups, took complicated problems and invented new technologies. Curious to see how far they could go, these 12 business visionaries set a path for others to follow. Read more about Juli Kaufmann in the February 2015 issue of Milwaukee Magazine.