Madisen Maher Architects

Madisen Maher Architects designing Sendik’s Food Market for West Milwaukee

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A new 41,000-square-foot store in West Milwaukee will anchor Whitefish Bay-based Sendik’s Food Market, along with two other yet-to-be named restaurant and retail tenants.  Madisen Maher Architects’ Ryan Thomas designed the anchor store which will be located at 4200 W. Burnham at Miller Park Way.  The parcel went for $2.85 million.  For further information, visit www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2015/12/10/first-look-2-8m-buy-paves-way-for-west-milwaukee.html.

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MMA completes Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) office

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Madisen Maher Architects (MMA) provided architectural design and construction support services for Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)’s new office at 757 N. Broadway in Milwaukee.  MEDC serves Milwaukee businesses by providing low-interest loans in partnership with a bank, increasing the feasibility of a project.  MEDC’s goals included expansion and creation of its own identity.
MEDC sought to build a professional and sustainable environment.  MMA worked closely with the interior designers at Rinka Chung using recyclable materials and minimizing energy costs through the use of natural daylight.

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MMA brings you “Presents for Pets” to benefit MADACC

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Madisen Maher Architects (MMA) is sponsoring its first “Presents for Pets” donation drive to benefit sheltered dogs, cats and other animals that have been lost, abused, strayed or abandoned, who are now cared for by Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC).  “Our goal is to give these pets the gift of toys and treats this holiday season, with the additional hope that people will foster or adopt a pet of their
own,” says Erik Madisen, principal at Madisen Maher Architects.

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