Current Gateway to Milwaukee Members

Our Member Directory represents the broad range of organizations that do business in The Gateway. With our ideal geographic location and access to intermodal transportation assets, The Gateway to Milwaukee attracts entrepreneurs, investors, and support from beyond the official borders of our business district.

To learn more about who’s working in The Gateway to Milwaukee, search our Member Directory below.

Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin

The BBB is dedicated to fostering honest and responsive relationships between businesses and consumers - instilling consumer confidence and advancing a trustworthy marketplace for all.

Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin
10019 W. Greenfield Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53214


Garden District Neighborhood Association

The Garden District Neighborhood Association has three main objectives: • To work toward establishing and maintaining the 13th District as Milwaukee’s Garden District • To support establishing and maintaining Neighborhood Associations in the Garden District • To improve the quality of life through civic involvement and community education

Garden District Neighborhood Association
4121 S. 6th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53221


Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce

Our mission is to improve metro Milwaukee as a place to invest capital, grow business and create jobs. The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) is a 147-year-old private, not-for-profit organization representing approximately 1,800 member businesses in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington and Ozaukee counties.

Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce
756 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202


Muslim Community & Health Center (MCHC)

MCHC provides health care services, social services, senior services and educational classes to the community, strengthening and increasing the well-being of Milwaukee residents.

803 W. Layton Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53221


Rotary Club of Mitchell Field

Rotary (International) is a service organization that joins leaders from all continents, cultures and occupations to exchange ideas and take action for communities around the world. Through fellowship and global understanding, The Rotary organizations build life-long relationships. The Rotary honors commitments with ethics and integrity. Through diversity, they connect different perspectives. And through vocational expertise, service and leadership, Rotary solves social issues. Rotarians are people of action. They volunteer time and talents, provide funds, develop partnerships, and invest in the next generation of leaders. Each individual club has the opportunity to discuss the greatest challenges and needs of its own community and communities throughout the world, and works to develop ideas on how to solve these issues.

Rotary Club of Mitchell Field
P. O. Box 370198
Milwaukee, WI 53237


South Milwaukee Community & Business Association

The South Milwaukee Community & Business Association is a Chamber of Commerce for the City of South Milwaukee. Their vision is to drive economic growth by creating a welcoming atmosphere for the South Milwaukee Business and residential community and their guests. Their mission is to improve commerce in the area of South Milwaukee while giving back to the community.

South Milwaukee Community & Business Assn.
2424 15th Avenue
P.O. Box 207
South Milwaukee, WI 53172

414.762.2222, ext. 141