Riverworks BID #25 (RBID) seeks to improve, maintain, and promote the Riverworks Center (the physical boundaries of the Business Improvement District) through thoughtful programs and services for the benefit of property owners, tenants, consumers and residents.
The Riverworks BID focuses on three key areas to maintain and improve the appearance and perception of the Riverworks Center:
Public Safety & Appearance
Marketing & Promoting
Business & Property Assistance
Milwaukee's Creative District
The Riverworks Business Improvement District, identified as Milwaukee's Creative District, is well known for encouraging local creative makers to build their business and promote the arts.
Recently, an influx of community-minded developers are in the process of redeveloping former industrial facilities into shared makers spaces, offices and warehouses.
Check out our operating plan for more insight into our goals to establish the district as a creative and safe plan to live, work and transport through.
The vacancy rates are down, property values are increasing and a number of developers have purchased old manufacturing properties and repurposed them for multi-tenants. Excitement and energy seem to be buzz words for the district these days. New ideas are being developed, public spaces were activated for employees and residents, i.e. Beerline trail and Holton Street. The District continues to strive to improve the physical conditions and the safety of the area and connect tools and resources to areabusinesses.
Board of directors
Kaercher / Deuel
BID Property Owner
CTC Supplies Inc
BID Property Owner
The Boerke Company
811 E Vienna Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53212
what we do
The Riverworks BID focuses on three key areas to maintain and improve the appearance and perception of the Riverworks Center:Public Safety & Appearance, Marketing & Promoting, and Business & Property Assistance. The district is primarily made up of commercial, manufacturing, small maker manufacturing follow the link below for a map of our district boundaries.