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1902 N. Commerce St., #105
Milwaukee, WI 53212
(414) 659-4411
Jean M. Stefaniak

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The Edge of Design

The Edge Condos in Milwaukee is the setting for the 2011 M Magazine Designer's Challenge. We paired three of Milwaukee's top landscaping firms with a few of our favorite furniture places to create an urban lounge on the balcony of the sixth-floor penthouse at The Edge.

Stunning Milwaukee condos for sale

Milwaukee-Area Home Sales Jump 75%

Home sales in the four-county metropolitan Milwaukee area jumped 75 percent in November over the same month in 2008, the second straight month of strong gains, according to housing statistics released by Metro MLS Inc. Thursday.

Lakefront Brewery Honored

Lakefront Brewery

Milwaukee's Lakefront Brewery won two silver medals at the recent 2009 European Beer Star Awards. As you can see, the Lakefront Brewery is just a stroll away from The Edge, located just down the river walk.

November Building Update

Rainy Day Foundation

See brand new photos of The Edge, condominiums on the river.

Don't Lose Your Edge If You Lose Your Job!

Rainy Day Foundation

The RAINY DAY FOUNDATION's (501c3) HELP program (Homeowner Education and Loan Protection) includes a Job Loss Protection Program that protects homeowners if they experience a loss of their employment.

Here at The Edge, we are offering this service to you as a resident so your prized condo will not be lost if you lose your job.

The Edge is #1

Great News! The Edge on the River is the #1 selling condo project in Milwaukee according to the Metro MLS!! Stop by to see the great features and magnificent architecture making The Edge a perfect new home!

Life on the River

Life on the River has always been good. From the early days of the swim and rowing clubs to vibrancy of today's thriving residential neighborhood the river has been the place to be. Now it's even better with the Grand Opening of The Edge Condominiums on the River: your opportunity to an exciting new world of affordable luxury milwaukee river condos.

Latest Building Photos

June 2009 – The Edge is really developing into a stunning riverfront condo building.

The River

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Unit 311 is a 1 bed + den/2 bath unit (B1) located on the 3rd floor; Save $20,900! If you would like to take advantage of this fabulous offer, please contact Jean Stefaniak at 414.659.4411.


The Edge Gets FHA Approval

October 2008

The Edge is the only NEW downtown Milwaukee condo building which is FHA-approved. Qualifying buyers only need a 3% down payment to purchase their new home!

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Sustainable Development: Meet the Urbanists

August 2008

The suburbs, which since World War II have dominated the American real estate scene, are suffering an identity crisis. Baby boomers are nearing retirement age, people are marrying and having kids later in life, and college graduates are flocking to cities. Housing experts say these cultural and aging shifts have slammed the door on the era of urban sprawl. Read on...

‘LGBT Pioneers’ call Milwaukee Home

July 2008

Since when, has Milwaukee been a condo town? How did that happen? How is it that the land of beer and cheese, and smokestacks suddenly became this chic cool place to reside? Just who is buying up all these condos? Read on...

Women in Real Estate

HACKENSACK, N.J. - Stephanie Ghelman is buying a condo for the second time. She's 33.

Ghelman, who was a renter in her 20s, decided four years ago to build some equity and buy a studio condominium at Independence Harbor in Edgewater. Now, she's getting ready to close on a one-bedroom condo in the same complex and sell the studio. Read on...

Beer Line: A Railroad Ran Through It

April 2007

Six decades ago in (what was called) Riverwest, a kindergarten boy stood at the edge of the Fratney Street School playground and watched a steam locomotive struggle past with a seemingly endless train of railroad cars. Read on...

The Development of The Beerline Corridor

July/August 2006

Under John Norquist, mayor for 15 years, Milwaukee started in about 1998 to plan the redevelopment of Beerline B, a corridor that took its name from an old rail line north of downtown that had served an assortment of breweries and other industries. Read on...

Milwaukee Modern

August 2006

Under John Norquist, mayor for 15 years, Milwaukee started in about 1998 to plan the redevelopment of Beerline B, a corridor that took its name from an old rail line north of downtown that had served an assortment of breweries and other industries. The city controlled most of the 20 acres in the corridor, and acted as agent for other public agencies that held title to the rest of the land, says former planning director Peter Park, who now heads community planning and development for Denver. Read on...

Magic Milwaukee

August 2006

Mention Laverne and Shirley, or God forbid, Lenny and Squiggy and most Milwaukee natives will cringe. For those who have never had the pleasure of discovering this city recently, it has become so much more than cheese, beer and your memory of the Shotz Brewery. Read on...

The Edge's 'Marsupial Bridge' Wins 2006 Award

05.10.06 / ...Threaded through the muscular steel trusses of the 81-year-old Holton Street Viaduct, this sleek new footbridge links the Brady St. neighborhood to the booming condo zone along Commerce St. It has a concrete deck, mahogany handrails, stainless steel trim and an integrated lighting system, along with an urban plaza and outdoor theater under the viaduct. Read on...

Illinois buyers feel at home in Milwaukee condos, on weekends

04.10.06 / When hunting for a vacation home, Edward Monroe and his wife, Nanci, wanted an urban location, within a relatively short drive of their northern Illinois house, something that would work for weekend getaways. Read on...

Tandem plans $30 million Beerline project

02.12.06 / A Chicago developer is teaming up with Milwaukee's Brewery Works Inc. to develop one of the last large parcels in Milwaukee's Beerline district into a $30 million condominium. Read on...

Milwaukee's Moment

01.01.06 / An industrial focal point and America’s “tool-box” for decades, the city of Milwaukee has undergone such a dynamic demographic shift that some expect its economy to shift as well. Read on...