2011 Downtown Milwaukee: Night Out
According to the Sociable City Network, nighttime economies attract other economic development and the creative class that have catalyzed the renaissance of notable cities worldwide. Tapping the after-5 potential can be prosperous investments that drive community revitalization, increase residential and commercial property value and generate much-needed city revenue and employment.
In response to the rapid growth of downtown Milwaukee’s nighttime economy, Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 retained the services of the Responsible Hospitality Institute (RHI) to help plan and better manage this booming industry. Downtown Milwaukee: Night Out captures the central business district's vitality. Click here to view Downtown Milwaukee: Night Out.
2008 Television Branding Campaign - Add a Little Downtown to Your Life
Click here to view the Kid's Day spot as a Quicktime file.
Click here to view the River Ride spot as a Quicktime file.
2008 Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival Video Highlights
Click here to view highlights of southeastern Wisconsin's largest winter festival.
Open For Business
In 2004, the Marquette Interchange began its four-year, $810 million redesign. To combat negative perceptions that downtown Milwaukee was inaccessible during reconstruction, Milwaukee Downtown rallied community spokespersons to share the story that downtown was open for business and would remain a 24-hour downtown for living, working and playing.
Snapshots: Downtown Exposed
Every picture tells a story. Milwaukee Downtown's story is one that's ten years in the making. To spread the word on our successes, we commissioned five of the area's best photographers to document the rejuvenation of downtown Milwaukee.
2006 Downtown Employee Appreciation Week Highlights
Downtown Employee Appreciation Week "I Work Downtown" TV Spot