Welcome to Brady Street Area Association

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Brady Street Garden Committee Meeting


Join the Brady Street Garden Committee as they meet to:

• Vote on committee leadership for 2016
• Review the budget and discuss financials
• Plan the April Fundraiser
• Prepare for Spring planting

All are welcome to join the meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 6:00 pm at Trocadero! (across from the Garden at Water & Pearson St.)

BSAA Firehouse Chili Social


It’s that time of year again!

The BSAA Firehouse Chili Social is coming next week on February 16!

Warm up with great chili & great company with Brady Street neighbors and great prizes from local businesses at Engine Company #6, Brady St & Franklin Place…

$5.00 Brady Street Association Members, (or a dish to pass)
$20.00 Non-members (includes one-year membership)

What’s Happening on Brady Street

Brady Street Open House – Friday, November 20th
holiday open house

Brady Street Area Association Holiday Party – Tuesday, December 15th

BSAA Holiday Party image

BSAA Corn Roast a Success

Thanks to everyone that came out for the 3rd Annual Brady Street Area Association Corn Roast.

Big thanks go to our supporters including Dry Hootch, Cempazuchi, Reggano’s Roman Coin, Glorioso’s Italian Market, DogHaus and Ingersoll Farms.





Community Meeting on Brady & Humboldt Development July 29, 7pm

The City is seeking input from neighbors on the proposed building at Brady and Humboldt (former Zoom Room). Please attend this important meeting on July 29, 7pm at St. Hedwig.

Visit the BSAA Facebook page for details on the project, click here.

Milwaukee.Gov E-Notification for 3rd Aldermanic District
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2015 4:28 PM
Subject: Important meeting information from Alderman Nik Kovac

Dear Neighbor:
A developer is proposing a new residential/commercial building for the northwest corner of Brady Street and Humboldt Avenue. The proposed density at the corner development – three stories and 23 units – requires a zoning change that will necessitate Common Council approval. In addition, because of its proposed location, the building design will require a Certificate of Appropriateness from the Historic Preservation Commission.

I invite you to attend a community meeting at St. Hedwig, 1702 N. Humboldt Ave., on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss this proposed development. The meeting will give neighbors the chance to view the development plans, ask questions, make suggestions and offer opinions.

Your input is important.

Please join me there,