Multi-Family Trends

Meet the Team – 25th Anniversary Celebration

February 27, 2017, In , , , , , , , , , by admin

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In 1992, a fledgling architectural firm first known as Aldrian Guszkowski was formed. After Chuck Aldrian’s retirement in 1998 and the firm’s move to the Village of Wauwatosa, it was re-branded AG Architecture, reflecting the names of Steve Alexander and Gene Guszkowski. But Gene and Steve first began working together in the 1960’s in an earlier generation of the firm, likewise John Cronin, Cindy Lofy and Tracey Schnick were part of the team prior to the 1992 start date.

So as we...

Meet The Team – Eric Harrmann

October 6, 2016, In , by admin


AG Architecture is pleased to announce the promotion of Eric Harrmann to Senior Associate.

A committed AG team member for over 10 years, Harrmann is passionate about every aspect of the project process, but believes thoughtful site planning is the foundation that paves the way for project success. He received his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM) and continued to work with AG as he completed his Master of Architecture, als... Read more...

Tech Talk: Embrace Code Changes…The Good, The Bad & The Expensive

October 5, 2016, In , , , , , by Tony Luciano

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I hate to say I told you so…but I did!  My February article about the spotty and slow adoption of the ICC’s 2015 suite of codes across the country warned of the increasing cost of compliance. Several projects underway are making those revelations very real for our clients. Contractors that rely on historical cost estimations may be putting themselves in danger. Architects are having to rethink some details, construction methods and material selections. Building construction isn’t re... Read more...

In the News

May 11, 2016, In , , , by admin


From senior living communities and multifamily developments to façade enhancements and LEED accomplishments, AG projects have been in the news the last few months.


Three Palms Health Center at East Ridge at Cutler Bay in Cutler Bay, Florida received a LEED Platinum rating under the US Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes Program.

East Ridge at Cutler Bay celebrates the accomplishment.

National industry publications, such as EFA Magazi...

Coming Soon

February 14, 2016, In , , , , , , by admin

State Street Station_Wauwatosa & State Rendering

There are exciting projects on the boards in 2016, and some have even broken ground. Here are just a few…


State Street Station | Wauwatosa, WI


Gulf Coast Village | Cape Coral, FL


The Meadows | Louisville, KY


Hillcrest Country Estates – The Grand Lodge | Papillion, NE


Village Pointe Commons | Grafton, WI


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Recently Completed

February 13, 2016, In , , , , , by admin

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As 2015 came to a close, the doors opened on a number of AG projects representing the breadth of our senior living portfolio as well as our multi-family and mixed use / retail work.

Hillcrest Country Estates – Rehab Cottage | Papillion, NE


Three Palms at East Ridge | Cutler Bay, FL


Wells Street Station | Delafield, WI


First Federal Bank | Brookfield, WI

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Meet the Team

July 24, 2015, In , , , , , , , , , , , by admin

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New employees hit the ground running at AG. While some of these friendly faces have been working on your projects for a while now, we want to officially introduce them to you. These are some of the people working hard to support your communities.

Get to know our entire AG family a little better – Our Team.




Marcia Zalenski – The new voice of AG…and so much more.


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Milwaukee Area Multi-Family: Keeping Up with National Trends

April 10, 2015, In , , , , , , by Eric Harrmann

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Multi-family developments are taking many cities by storm as developers introduce a stock of apartment complexes that address market needs as well as specific demographic influences. Building Design + Construction discussed this apartment boom in its January 2015 issue identifying 5 Intriguing Trends to Track in the Multifamily Game. Due to AG’s recently completed and ongoing project work in this category, we would like to make note of how Milwauke... Read more...

Advocacy in Action: Balcony Design – Safety First

October 5, 2014, In , , , , by admin

AG Architecture Exterior Balcony

When it comes to apartment style housing, whether senior living or multi-family, isn’t it nice to have a connection to the outdoors? There is something about having even the smallest space to call your own, an area where you can walk out to enjoy a breath of fresh air, plant a few flowers, or sit and sip a cup of coffee. As a resident, you simply assume this is a safe place to be and don’t think much about leaning against the railing or having a friend or two join yo... Read more...

AG in the News

October 1, 2014, In , , , , , , , , , , by Eric Harrmann

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AG Architecture has been in the news as several new multi-family projects receive attention in Milwaukee-area suburbs. Learn more about projects we are working on with HSI Properties – State Street Station & Wells Street Station – as well as the Mayfair Road project with developer John Czarnecki.


Journal Sentinel article by Tom Daykin on September 22, 2014

HSI Properties plans 160-unit apartment development in Wauwatosa


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