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EAST SIDE MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

EAST SIDE MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

You can find several live music, arts and entertainment scenes, along with restaurants and taverns all located within our walkable East Side neighborhood.
NEW BUSINESSES TO THE EAST SIDE

NEW BUSINESSES TO THE EAST SIDE

The East Side Business Improvement District works to enhance the E. North Ave neighborhood's appeal to businesses and customers. Businesses like Beans & Barley, The Oriental Theater and Kashou Carpets thrive as traditional mainstays, and now we are pleased to welcome several new businesses to The East Side.
Milwaukee's East Side To Be Transformed by Street Art Mural Installations

Milwaukee's East Side To Be Transformed by Street Art Mural Installations

Juried artist selection announced, includes renowned international, national and local street artists
New Public Parking Availability on East Side

New Public Parking Availability on East Side

Columbia St. Mary’s Medical Commons above ground parking ramp at 2311 N. Prospect Ave. now has 65 spaces available for public parking at specified times and days.
East Side BID Releases Retail Market and Survey Study

East Side BID Releases Retail Market and Survey Study

The East Side is thriving and growing, with the addition of new businesses in the area.
AWARD-WINNING DEVELOPMENT RIGHT HERE

AWARD-WINNING DEVELOPMENT RIGHT HERE

Where can you find award-winning new developments? On The East Side, within just a few blocks of each other.
EAST SIDE’S CLOCK TOWER BECKONS

EAST SIDE’S CLOCK TOWER BECKONS

The six-story Art Deco Clock Tower Building on Prospect and North Avenues is a recognizable fixture on the East Side, much like the Oriental Theater built one year prior. But what is not visible to the average person is the variety of small businesses inside that call the building home.
EAST SIDE BUILDING TRANSFORMED TO NEW STOREFRONT

EAST SIDE BUILDING TRANSFORMED TO NEW STOREFRONT

East Side Framing Gallery creates all sorts of custom projects for its customers by taking momentos and other objects and framing them with a fresh perspective. So it’s not surprising that when it came time to move to a new location, owner Tom Beyer ‘reframed’ a former doctor’s office into something fresh on Farwell Ave.

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