Milwaukee

Milwaukee: From Beer to Water

Milwaukee has long built its culture and history on beer, but nowadays, the focus is on water. Much of this comes from the efforts of the Water Council and its devotion to solving the world's water crisis, beginning right here in Milwaukee.

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA Named Hottest Place for Travel in 2016

The Boston Globe named the FirstPathway Partners headquartered city as one of the top places to vacation around the world.

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FaB Wisconsin to be Modeled after Global Water Center

FaB Wisconsin, a consortium of regional food and beverage companies, recently took note of the success of the Global Water Center, and will use it as a model for their future development plans.

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Global Water Center Featured in Chicago Tribune

Spearheaded by John Kim of the Chicago Tribune, this FirstPathway Partners project is featured in a recent video.

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Hampton Inn & Suites West Allis Adds Brick Exterior

Construction on the project moves forward, as siding and brick have been added to the building.

When complete, the hotel will feature an indoor pool and spa, restaurant, lounge, exercise room, business center, and an 8,000 square foot banquet and conference center.

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Milwaukee Marriott Downtown Featured on USA TODAY

USA TODAY compiled a list of the most "magnificent fireplaces found throughout the USA" and listed Milwaukee Marriott Downtown, a FirstPathway Partners project, as having one of the best modern fireplaces.

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Tanzanian Ambassador Visits Global Water Center

"Tanzanian Ambassador to the U.S., Liberata Mulamula, recently led a trade visit to the Global Water Center.

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Global Water Center Welcomes New Development

The Global Water Center, opened in September of 2013, is a “state-of-the-art facility meant to support and nurtu

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Global Water Center to Reach 90% Occupancy

Global Water Center’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Dean Amhaus, believes the building, which opened in Milwaukee in 2013, will reach 90% occupanc

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