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Our History


  • 1993 – New Land Enterprises is founded. The company starts with the purchase and sale of a few duplexes on the East Side.
  • 1998 – Windsor Place Coach Houses, 2010 E. Windsor Pl. Windsor Place marked the start of the New Land Enterprises era. The development, which features 5 large tri-level townhomes, added $2 million to the City’s tax base.
  • 1998-99 – Lyon Court Condominiums, 1515 N. Van Buren. New Land Enterprises’ first landmark development created $12 million in tax base, and helped start the downtown revival and the popularity of condominium living in the City.
  • 1999-00 – Crescent Condominiums, Hubbard and Palmer Streets. New Land Enterprises was the first developer to enter Brewer’s Hill with this unique group of side by side townhomes. The large, luxurious condos offer phenomenal city views and superb amenities. The project added $6 million to the City’s tax base.
  • 2000-01 – Highbridge Condominiums, 1888 N. Water St. The 2002 winner of the Wisconsin Excellence in Masonry Award, the Highbridge Condominiums are some of the most uniqe and luxurious condos in the City today. The first phase of Highbridge alone added $11 million to the City’s tax base.
  • 2001 – The Maisonette, 1550 N. Warren Avenue. The 30-unit complex, tucked away on a quiet section 1 block west of Farwell, sold out in a year, and added another $6 million to the City’s tax base.
  • 2001-02 – The Abbotsford Condominiums, 1920 N. Farwell. This $6 million project demonstrated New Land Enterprises’ ability to create quality mixed use projects. The retail space below now houses the Seven Stones Wellness Center, and has 24 spacious bi-level condos above.
  • 2001-05 – Jefferson Block Apartments in the Historic Third Ward, 144 N. Jefferson St. The award winning Jefferson Block Apartments made New Land Enterprises the leading developer in the downtown housing market. With this flagship complex, New Land Enterprises can now offer quality condo and apartment living in Milwaukee’s downtown. The apartments feature many of the amenities typically found in our luxury condos, setting a new bemchmark in the apartment industry. The 217-unit complex has added $20+ million to the city’s tax base.
  • 2002-05 – Riverbridge Condominiums, 1905-25 N. Water St. Phase I of the tri-phase development sold 34 of 39 units before the projects completion, and added $9 million to the City’s tax base. This project remains a testament to New Land Enterprises style – exceptional product at reasonable prices. Riverbridge features a gorgeous cantilevered Riverwalk and a pedestrian-friendly design. Phase II, completed in July of 2004 and Phase III, completed in spring 2005 also showed record sales.
  • 2003-04 – Cathedral Square Condominiums, 545 E. Wells St. New Land Enterprises is proud to be the developer for one of the most exciting development in the history of Milwaukee. The 18 story spectacular highrise features office space, ground level retail, and a large parking structure. The condos overlook the park and the Cathedral, spoiling owners with views through floor to ceiling glass and luxurios amenities. The project features 27 exclusive units and added $14 million to the City’s tax base.
  • 2004-06 – The Sterling, 1550 E. Royall Pl.  Construction has started on this incredible 11-story high rise in the heart of the East Side.  This spectacular high-rise is bound to change Farwell Avenue forever. The building will feature 112 condominium units, and approximately 9,600 SF of retail on the ground level.
  • 2005-2007 – City Green, 1111 N. Marshall St. The excitement continues to grow. New Land wins this RFP from the city with a breathtaking design featuring a 10-story ultra-luxury condominium high-rise, and a 9- and 7-story luxury apartment complex. The 44 condos, to be completed late 2006, will add $18 million to the city’s tax base. The 91 apartments will provide those seeking luxury in a new downtown location with spectacular offerings.