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Change is in the air for Urban Shoetique and The Ultimate Salon & Spa! We are growing and expanding all salon and retail services into our La Crosse and Winona locations - making all of them the perfect fit for you. More locations, more amazing...

History, Modernity, and Convenience make Landmark by the Rivers a Great Place to LiveDowntown La Crosse is witnessing an explosion of things that make life a whole lot brighter: new eateries, coffee houses, unique shops and boutiques, and the new fountain and band shell in...

Now opening our 3rd location, located in the Landmark by the Rivers Building in downtown La Crosse! We will be offering the same amazing selection of shoes, apparel, and accessories, topped off by the same amazing team that strives to take care of you like...

Workers from La Crosse Sign Pro put up the blade sign proclaiming 525 N. Second St. "Landmark by the Rivers." The historic mixed-use apartment and commercial building, owned by the Cleary Family, is nearing completion. The first tenants move in Monday.By Jourdan Vian, La Crosse...

A construction worker restores a brick wall Tuesday, April 9 at the Landmark by the Rivers development at 525 N. Second St. The 64-unit apartment building and commercial space is expected to be complete this summer.By Peter Thompson, La Crosse Tribune...

A worker with La Crosse-based Fowler and Hammer works Monday to remove old grout from the masonry of a smoke stack at the former La Crosse Plow Co. building. The stack will eventually be repointed. The work is part of a larger project to restore...

A $500,000 Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. grant will help the owners of the former La Crosse Plow Co. building reopen it to residential and retail use, after more than two decades of standing empty.The contract was approved by the Finance and Personnel Committee during a...

THE WAY IT WAS: This circa 1960 aerial photo shows part of the old Allis-Chalmers factory complex, looking west from above North Third Street, between Pine and Badger streets. The La Crosse Allis-Chalmers plant produced tractors and other agricultural implements, operating from 1929 to 1969....

The owners of the former La Crosse Plow Co. building on Second Street have applied to have it added to the National Register of Historic Places.Such a designation could make 525 N. Second St. next to the Oktoberfest grounds eligible for historic­tax credits, which representatives...