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Catherine Huelsman said helping the long-term viability of downtown Waukesha is a two-step process, a cause and effect.
New apartments will help bring more people downtown, but something more is needed to fill the holes and vacancies in Waukesha's central commercial district.
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Will new high-end apartment complexes in downtown Waukesha be successful and will they help the nearby businesses?
Yes, the apartments will succeed and I am confident they'll offer a much-needed boost to downtown.
No, the upscale apartments won't thrive in downtown and won't help businesses that much.
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