Chase Tower (Milwaukee)
The building from across the Wisconsin Avenue bridge in 2010
|Former names||Bank One Plaza
Marine National Exchange
Marine Plaza Building
|Location||111 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States|
|Owner||111 E. Wisconsin Property Owner, LLC|
|Height||288 ft (88 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Harrison & Abramovitz|
The Chase Tower is a 22-story, 288-foot-tall (88 m) high-rise building in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Built in the International style, the building has a very dark green, almost black, facade. It is located alongside the Milwaukee River.
Presently, the building is home to a Chase Bank branch and underground vault, the studios of Milwaukee Public Radio (WUWM), a few eateries, and numerous offices. Skywalks connect it to its parking structure to the south and the Shops of Grand Avenue across the river via the ASQ Center.
The building was completed in 1961, and was formerly known as Bank One Plaza until their merger with Chase. Before that, it was home to Marine Bank. In 2016, the building was sold to 111 E. Wisconsin Property Owner, LLC, and is managed by Farbman Group.
|2nd Tallest building in Milwaukee
Milwaukee City Hall
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