The Westown Association, a non-profit business and cultural association focused on championing the economic and social development of downtown Milwaukee, signed a lease at 310W the beginning of July. Westown’s director, Stacie Callies, spoke at the 310W public debut after major renovations in June. After conversations between 310W and Stacie, it became apparent that Westown Association needed to relocate to the heart of downtown’s revitalization- hence the move to 310W.
“Relocating to 310W allows for the association to be housed in a high-profile and centrally located building – an ideal home for our operations,” said Stacie Callies. “The area in which 310W is located is experiencing some of the most exciting development in a generation and being in the thick of things is exciting for all involved with The Westown Association. It just seemed fitting for a business association advocating for this type of catalytic development to be located in the heart of it.”
The Westown Association is committed to enhancing the Westown neighborhood with a diverse mixture of residential, retail, commercial and entertainment choices. The association currently focuses on activations around Historic Old World Third Street and Market Hall, The Brewery, Milwaukee Riverwalk and Grand Theater, among other initiatives. It also spearheads special event marketing, business resources, growth initiatives and public/private partnerships that aim to improve the quality of life and vitality of the district.
To read more about Westown and the local events happening please visit: https://www.westown.org/