OnMilwaukee.com Marketplace: Milwaukee Talks: Westown Association director Stacie Callies
The rear shell which integrates the clip is one of the most expensive pieces, and we have four unique shells, Epstein said. Essentially weve got more than half our funding just in the rear shell. Epsteins new approach involves a universal IR remote design with attachable clips for each device. By separating the clips from the main remote casing, Epstein said manufacturing costs could be as little as 25 percent of what they are now.
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I think they are starting with some infrastructure upgrades and redesign of the food court as the first steps. Maybe it’s the Pollyanna in me, but I feel strongly that there’s a positive future for Grand Avenue. It may not have a retail emphasis, but there’s an outside-of-the-box idea that is going to help maximize this important piece of Westown. If you haven’t been there in a while, I encourage everyone to walk through the place. As a Downtown resident, I’m glad I have access to TJ Maxx, the food court, Stone Creek Coffee, Walgreens and some of the other places. I don’t like to give away all of my Grand Avenue secrets, but the gourmet food aisle and shoe section at TJ Maxx can’t be beat or the bargain shoe room at Boston Store.
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