The 2015 Historic Concordia Neighborhood Tour of Homes
(This tour is history. But you can get a taste of what was, below.
Join us next your for another great tour.)
Live, Work and Stay
Concordia College, the source of our neighborhood name, published a catalog in 1893-94 which described its campus as, “The grounds … are much admired by visitors on account of their singularly advantageous situation in a region abounding with elegant homes, fine private parks, and all facilities for rapid transit.” That description is still true today more than a century later. It’s just one of numerous reasons why our neighbors chose to “Live and Stay” and many are lucky that they “Live, Work and Stay.” (See tour Highlights below.)
The tour starts in the Gymnasium at the Potawatomi Wgema Campus (former Concordia College Campus), 900 North 33rd Street (in the heart of the neighborhood).
Pie & Cake Social at the tour start. Baked goodies and beverages will be available.
Silent Auction at the tour start location. We will have items from area merchants and local artists.
Free Beer Tasting Tent provided by Miller Brewing.
See some restoration and remodeling projects in progress. Talk with the owners.
Shuttle vans available on tour route.
Musical entertainment at various tour locations. by:
Milwaukee High School of the Arts
Wauwatosa East High School
Peter Lee and Karen Levy
Scavenger hunt with prizes.
Area homes for sale will be open.