WIAT News 11 News Milwaukee, WI – June 19, 2018 – Liferay Website Development Inc., an online content production company, recently began working on a project in the city of Milwaukee that will transform abandoned warehouses and empty buildings into a vibrant urban farm.
The site is called the Liferays Urban Farm, and it’s part of a larger project to transform abandoned buildings and vacant lots into new, sustainable urban farms.
The city is home to a number of abandoned buildings that have been sitting in various locations for decades.
Some have been there for decades, others have been vacant for years.
The city says there are some 30 vacant buildings in Milwaukee and has about 200 vacant lots in the Milwaukee area.
The idea of turning these vacant lots and buildings into an urban farm is a concept that has been around for years, according to Lori Lifer, CEO of LiferAY, a website development company based in Milwaukee.
The Liferayers Urban Farm site has an old-style barn building that has recently been converted into a new, more modern facility that will house Liferayn website development.
The vacant lot has been converted to a new urban farm that is planned to have more than 10,000 square feet of space, according the project.
There will be a farm with about a dozen varieties of plants and fruits, according Lifer.
The farm will also be able to provide a greenbelt, which will help improve the surrounding environment.
The site also will include a new restaurant called the Blackbird, which has been in the works for a long time, according.
It’s the first restaurant in the area, and the Blackbirds owners have been working for the past three years on this project.
Liferayer says it’s one of many projects Liferayne is working on to create sustainable urban farming.
The Urban Farm project has been an idea in the minds of L.L. Belden, owner of the BlackBird, and her husband, Jim, for years and has been on the drawing board for years before it became a reality.
They are currently building the new restaurant.
The restaurant will serve a breakfast buffet, which is a restaurant menu that includes a variety of local and seasonal ingredients and is served at lunch and dinner.
The Blackbird will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., which is during the lunch rush, and from 4 to 8 p.o.m.; from noon to 9 p.i.m; and from 9 p to 10 a.i.; and will offer a wine menu.
The couple has been working on the project for years because they want to bring this new urban farming concept to Milwaukee.
“It’s about bringing these buildings back into their original function,” said L. L. Belder, Blackbird’s owner.
“The idea is to put something that’s actually going to be useful to the community and create jobs in the community.
We want to provide some food, some service, and to have something for everybody to eat.”
Liferay’s website development project is the culmination of a year of work that started in August and is currently in the planning stages.
Ligeray says that a group of volunteers worked on the site during the summer and fall, but that the project was not ready for a final decision until last week.
Lidaerays site is already underway, and Liferayed says that Liferayan website development is just one of several projects that the couple is working to bring to the city.