18 Oct Projects: Block 6
BOILER HOUSE CAFE
A mission-driven, community-centric café maintaining a local flavor--locally sourcing 100% of coffee beans, 100% of baked good and other food selections, and donating 5% of profits to local nonprofits serving disadvantaged communities.
BREWHOUSE INN & SUITES
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.
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.
On Tap at The Brewhouse Inn & Suites in Milwaukee’s Brewery District is located in the former Pabst Brewing Company's Mill House building. This gastropub features thirty-foot ceilings and exposed cream city brick walls along with many other historic architectural details, and amazing outdoor patio. On Tap pairs it’s lively and inviting atmosphere with great customer service, delicious Wisconsin-inspired pub food, and a large selection of local brews and ice-cold cocktails to keep you coming back.
PABST BOILER HOUSE
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.
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
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.
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.