Tenor High School, a program of Seeds Of Health, has purchased a 60,000 Sq. Ft. facility at 918-922 N Vel R Phillips Ave, the former home of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which it acquired from J. Jeffers and Company on March 24, 2021. For the past 5 years, PARADIGM Real Estate Corporation has led an intensive site search for Seeds, with difficulty finding buildings physically and economically suitable for a school conversion, on top of a red-hot Downtown real estate market.
Read an excerpt from the latest press release regarding PARADIGM’s role in the purchase of a new school building for Seeds of Health, Inc.
In a written statement, Brian indicated that “Representing the Buyer for this capstone project is the honor of my career, and I look forward to watching thousands of talented students graduate from this dynamic program in the heart of Downtown Milwaukee. The future success of our community will be the result of the ‘seeds’ we continue to sow & grow.”
A Special THANK YOU for a truly collaborative effort:
Marcia Spector, Seeds of Health Inc..
Kristian Sydow, Cushman & Wakefield | Boerke
Danielle Bergner, J. Jeffers
IFF (CDFI) (nonprofit lender)
Liz Scrivner, Knight Barry Title Group
Werner Holentunder, LEED AP – BD+C & Berghammer Construction Corporation.
David Hase (Buyer’s attorney)
Bruce Marne & Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)