The District

Established in 1844, the Pabst Brewing Company grew to lead the world in beer brewing with its famous Pabst Blue Ribbon. After closing its doors in 1996, workers left the site not to return, leaving the already deteriorating complex destined to be reduced to rubble.

Today, the Brewery District is a vibrant, mixed-use, and sustainable neighborhood developed from one of the Nation’s largest breweries – the historic Pabst Brewing Company complex in Milwaukee.

District Directory

Block #1

BREWERY POINT SENIOR APARTMENTS

1244 North 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (877) 745-3180
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Brewery Point was developed as the first senior community in Milwaukee’s Pabst Brewery redevelopment area, the city’s newest historic community. Brewery Point contains 48 one and two-bedroom apartments for seniors aged 55 and up.

 

FREDERICK LOFTS

840 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 269-3580
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Named after Captain Frederick Pabst, this four-story building offers a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom apartment homes and live-work lofts. All of the apartments feature upscale finishes including granite countertops and wood cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling windows with window treatments, modern lighting and flooring and a washer and dryer in every home. Community amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga room, community clubroom with kitchen, lounge area with bar, media and wi-fi, pocket park and a rooftop deck with a fire pit and outdoor bar that overlooks downtown Milwaukee. Underground and surface parking is available.

 

HYATT PLACE MILWAUKEE DOWNTOWN

800 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 808-3880
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Stay near the city’s business and sports hubs with a room at Hyatt Place, walking distance to the Fiserv Forum. Catch a pro basketball game or concert at the arena, a show at the Miller High Life Theatre, or attend a meeting at the Wisconsin Center, all within a three-minute drive of the hotel.

 

Block #2

MILWAUKEE BREWING CO.

1128 N. 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 226-2337
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MKE Brewing Co. 9th St. location is a Destination Brewery with entertainment and fun for all ages. MKE Brewing Co.’s philosophy is a non-conforming attitude applied to crafting and creating beers using the best local ingredients and suppliers in a sustainable, creative and innovative environment. Beginning September 15th, the MKE Taproom will be open daily and feature a rotating list of 24 MKE Brewing Co. beers from annual, seasonal and limited releases.

 

EXTRA SPACE STORAGE

1131 N 8th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (888) 609-8483
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Extra Space Storage offers high-quality, self storage experience with their clean, well-maintained, well-lit, secure storage facilities and advanced security measures like video surveillance and electronic gate access.

 

THE 42

1130 N. 9th street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 988-1550
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Located in Milwaukee’s revitalized Brewery District, The 42 brings together both work and entertainment, providing tenants and visitors with an experience unlike any other in the city. The 42 welcomes tenants to The Factory, high-end office space with amenities that include an onsite fitness center, spa, coffee bar, and an open-space community lounge. In addition, the building features the all-new, state-of-the-art MKE Brewing Co. 9th St. Brewery, as well as Glass + Griddle and The Rooftop which provides tenants and guests some of the most spectacular views of the city and the new Deer District development. Tenants at the Factory Office Suites include Crescendo Collective, F Street Group, Leitech, Rose & deJong S.C., Stevens Construction, TEKsystems and Badger Mutual Insurance.

 

Contact information for available space can be found below.
Alyssa Geisler
Phone: (414) 254-2818
Email: alyssa.geisler@cbre.com

Block #3

PRESERVATION PARK

925 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Preservation Park is a monument to the Brewery District’s transformation from one of the Nation’s largest breweries and the seven block Pabst Brewing Company complex site to a vibrant mixed-use community. The park features a walkway with artifact boxes recessed into metal panels etched with The Brewery District’s history and a Bublr bikeshare station.

 

BEST PLACE AT THE HISTORIC PABST BREWERY

901 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 630-1609
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Experience a small piece of Americana at Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery and enjoy yourself surrounded by Old World Charm and Hospitality. Beer history tours are available daily along with a vintage gift shop filled with a selection of retro Pabst items. If you’re looking for a unique, one of a kind, “BEST PLACE” for your corporate or individual event, or simply a tall cold one, look no further.

 

ELEVEN25 AT THE PABST

1125 N 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 376-7300
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ELEVEN25 at Pabst is a new creative mixed-use development with student apartments, offices, retail and The Restaurants at Eleven25. The historic former Pabst Blue Ribbon bottling house has been fully re-imagined as a student apartment community, offering a great location near Marquette University and a unique downtown living experience in The Brewery District. The Restaurants at Eleven25 include Gouda Girls, Marco Pollo, Huan XI Express, Coaches, and Meat on the Street. Businesses located at Eleven25 include Blue Ribbon Management and Wisconsin Academy of Global Education and Training (WAGET).

 

Contact information for available space can be found below.
Zach Flitcroft
Phone: (262) 581-6953
Email: zachary.flitcroft@blueribbonmgt.com

Block #4

VIGOR

1210 N. 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 269-2940
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Live the way you’ve always wanted without compromising style or quality. At Vim + Vigor, our apartment homes are designed with you in mind. Now you really can have it all . . . lifestyle included.

 

BREWERY PARKING STRUCTURE

902 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233

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The Brewery Parking Structure is a LEED Gold certified building contributing to the sustainability commitment of The Brewery District. This centrally located parking structure serves local businesses, neighborhood residents, students, and neighborhood visitors and includes 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

 

Contact information for available space can be found below.
Dan McCarthy

Email: Dan.mccarthy@zilber.com

UW-Milwaukee Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health

1240 N 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 227-3001
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health advances the health, health equity, and social and environmental justice among diverse communities in Milwaukee, the state of Wisconsin, and beyond through education, research, community engagement, and advocacy for health-promoting policies and strategies.

 

BLUE RIBBON LOFTS

901 W Winnebago Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 291-5466
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With upscale amenities, premium finishes, and well-appointed floor plans, you will love coming home to The Blue Ribbon Lofts. The Blue Ribbon lofts offer you a peaceful retreat within Milwaukee’s vibrant Downtown Brewery District. The Blue Ribbon Lofts offers upscale amenities including a 24-hr fitness center, picnic areas, and Movie Theater and more.

 

Block #5

VIM

1303 N. 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 269-2940
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Live the way you’ve always wanted without compromising style or quality. At Vim + Vigor, our apartment homes are designed with you in mind. Now you really can have it all . . . lifestyle included.

 

Block #6

BOILER HOUSE

1243 N. 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 269-3580
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Originally built in 1890, the Pabst Boiler House was once home to the boiler system that produced the steam power and heat for the entire Pabst Brewery. The Boiler House was redeveloped in 2008 to a 40,000 square foot office building with class A finishes, exposed cream city brick and timber joists, lofted ceilings and preserved historic features throughout and contributes to the Brewery District’s sustainability plan with a 4,500 square foot vegetated roof reducing rain water run off and roof heat build-up.

 

BREWHOUSE INN & SUITES

1215 N 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 810-3350
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The Brewhouse Inn & Suites is the reformation of the former Pabst Brewery Brew House into a premier Milwaukee boutique hotel that delivers a remarkable and unforgettable Milwaukee hotel experience. Incomparable historic features have been preserved while modern conveniences have been added to meet the needs of both leisure and business guests. This ca. 1882 Cream City brick building is steeped in brewing history and features giant copper brewing kettles, unique rooms, cold PBR Beer, and Jackson’s Blue Ribbon Pub.

 

JACKSON’S BLUE RIBBON PUB

1203 N 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 276-7271
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Jackson’s is known for their lively and inviting atmosphere, all-American pub food and timeless classic cocktails, quality selection of Wisconsin beers on tap, fresh ingredients from the greater Milwaukee area and spirits from Great Lakes Distillery.

 

NO STUDIOS

1037 W Mckinley Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Phone: (414) 333-1936
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Nō Studios is a collaborative workspace and social community that offers an environment for artists and art lovers to come together. Our historic building features offices, co-working space, a state-of-the-art screening room, performance stage, café bar, gallery, and rooftop lounge. We sit at the intersection of two models under one mission: to house tenants active in the Milwaukee arts scene, and to create and foster a vibrant membership community, brought together by socializing with a purpose.

 

Contact information for available space can be found below.
Steve Mech
Phone: (414) 333-1936
Email: smech@csacommercial.com

PABST BREWERY GRAIN SILOS

1220 North 11th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205

The Historic Pabst Brewery Grain Silos consist of nearly 13,000 square feet and rise approximately 150 feet above the highest point in Milwaukee providing spectacular views of over 20 miles around.

 

PABST PROFESSIONAL CENTER

1036 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 269-3580
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The five-story, 72,000 sq ft Pabst Professional Center is located on a site that once was home to the Pabst Brewery carriage and horse stables. It features a two-story parking structure and three floors of office space. The entry lobby, with double-height ceilings, opens to breakout business spaces and a private conference room. Businesses which reside here include TCF National Bank, Klement Sausage Company, Inc., Logicalis, Inc., SafeNet Consulting, and The Pabst Brewing Company.

 

Contact information for available space can be found below.
Zach Flitcroft
Phone: (262) 581-6953
Email: zachary.flitcroft@blueribbonmgt.com

ZILBER PARK

1217 N 10th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205

Zilber Park is a landmark to the legacy left by Joseph J. Zilber, and his commitment to the development of the Brewery District. The uniquely designed 10,000 square foot park setting integrates trees, benches, brick paver walkways and seasonal gabion ice wall. The park contributes to the significant investment in the Brewery District’s sustainability plan with its pervious surface which reduces and stores stormwater runoff and reduces the Heat Island Effect.

 

Block #7

MALT HOUSE

1009 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233

The six-to-seven-story cream city brick Malt House was built in 1882 and was one of the world’s largest brewery-owned malt houses. The Malt House will become 118 market rate apartments in early 2020 featuring preserved kilns and repurposed historic brewery artifacts.

 

PABST BREWING CO. & TAP ROOM

1037 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 908-0025
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Pabst made its monumental return home in 2015 with the Pabst Brewery and Tap Room, the only location worldwide where Pabst is brewing its own beer. The Pabst Milwaukee Brewery is featuring 12 draught beers brewed in the former German Methodist Church, built in 1873. The church was purchased by Pabst and used as an employee training center and was once a restaurant called the Forest Keller. Take a tour, enjoy a fish fry on Thursday or Friday and sit back and enjoy the nostalgia.