Results tagged with 'urban spelunking'
Published Feb. 13, 2020
Building names can come and go at public schools as neighborhoods change, as district needs change, as programs change. The currently vacant schoolhouse at 5372 N. 37th St. - listed for sale by the City of Milwaukee Department of City Development - had three names during its life span.
Published Feb. 4, 2020
From toilet and sink storage to temperature and humidity controlled storage for artwork that's so secure it's TSA-approved ... that's Guardian Fine Art Services, located in a 1924 building in the Menomonee Valley.
Published Jan. 28, 2020
As massive as the former Pritzlaff Hardware Co. complex, 305-333 N. Plankinton Ave., on the corner of Plankinton and St. Paul seems now, consider the fact that just six of the 16 buildings currently survive. We stopped in for a look.
Published Jan. 20, 2020
One of the oldest buildings in Downtown Milwaukee has stood sentinel at 320 E. Clybourn Ave. for nearly 150 years, weathering good times and bad. The building will become home to the Central Standard Craft Distillery tasting room, bottle shop and innovation distillery.
Published Jan. 9, 2020
Recently, reader Katie McMahon asked about the columns that appear on the corner of Shepard Avenue and Locust Street on the East Side, reminding me that like Katie and likely you and most everyone that's ever seen them, I've been curious about them.
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