Welcome to UEDA

Urban Economic Development Association (UEDA) of Wisconsin
2212 North Dr. Martin
Luther King Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Phone: (414) 562-9904


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Welcome to UEDA Community News! Below you will find links to our monthly Newsletter and other ways to communicate with the UEDA Community and become informed about various community and economic development initiatives in Wisconsin.

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Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) LBWN logo
LBWN builds strong and healthy neighborhoods in Milwaukee by stabilizing and revitalizing the Silver City, Burnham Park and Layton Park neighborhoods.
Founded by the School Sisters of St. Francis in 1995, LBWN's comprehensive neighborhood revitalization strategies include homeownership promotion, economic and real estate development, community and youth leadership activities and healthy living initiatives. UEDA has worked with LBWN since 2005, and they are an active member of Take Root Milwaukee.

In September LBWN celebrated three milestone events!
LBWN Our Daily Salt
The grand opening of Our Daily Salt, winner of the Silver City Business Plan competition. Their business offers handmade, wooden kitchen items made in their workshop and a gallery featuring art made by local artists. Read more here>>

Completion of LBWN Rent-to-Own Homes, a development that transformed 24 bank and city-owned properties in the Layton Boulevard West, Muskego Way and Clarke Square neighborhoods into affordable, fully-renovated homes and commercial spaces, resulting in a $6.3 million investment. Learn more>>LBWN IFAW

3rd Annual Silver City International Food & Art Walk on September 13th. Travel the world along National Avenue between South 33rd and 35th streets and sample ethnic cuisine while also enjoying live music, activities for kids and FREE salsa dance lessons. Check out photos here.


Each month UEDA distributes a newsletter to our Members; the newsletter features articles of interest, upcoming events and updates on the latest issues and events pertaining to community and economic development. It’s a benefit for current UEDA Members and is intended as a tool for Members to gain insight into the UEDA Community. Scroll down to access archived newsletters from the past year.