Results tagged with 'Urban Spelunking'
Published Feb. 27, 2015
You'll be unsurprised to hear that visiting interesting Milwaukee buildings of all kinds leads to meeting all kinds of similarly interesting Milwaukeeans. But, when I visited Milwaukee Fire Dept.'s Engine 01, 784 N. Broadway, recently, the folks I met there were at least as interesting than the building itself.
Published Feb. 25, 2015
It always surprises me how many hotels there once were in Downtown Milwaukee. Here's a little look at one of them.
Published Feb. 23, 2015
Though it's no longer there, one Downtown venue hosted at least three landmark clubs.
Published Feb. 19, 2015
General Capital Group and Joseph Property Development bought three properties from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in September and unveiled plans to raze the structures to build a mixed-use development with retail, apartments and a commons space for MIAD students to replace one of the buildings, which had served as the school's student union. Two of the three are threatened with destruction.
Published Feb. 17, 2015
With its variegated brick, squared approach and collegiate gothic flourishes, Wisconsin Avenue School, on the corner of 27th and Wisconsin, is what many of us conjure when we think of a school. Closed in 2007, the building has now been declared surplus by MPS and now moves to the Department of City Development for potential sale. We went inside and took a look around.
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