The historic Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Building, home to the city’s primary newspaper for nearly a century, has reopened in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the Journal Commons. Originally designed in 1924 to house the entire writing and printing process of The Milwaukee Journal, the rehabilitated Art Deco landmark now features 141 market rate apartments with 13,000 square feet of commercial space. On the fourth floor, residents can admire the impressive murals that were preserved in the historic Editor’s Suite, which depict the evolution of communication (pictured). Heritage worked with Milwaukee-based developer J. Jeffers & Co. to successfully secure historic tax credit approvals.