Milwaukee Center

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Milwaukee Center
Milwaukee Center(cropped).jpg
General information
Status Complete
Type Commercial office
Architectural style postmodern
Location Milwaukee, United States
Address 111 East Kilbourn Avenue
Completed 1988
Owner Associated Bank
Height 426 ft (130 m)
Technical details
Floor count 28
Design and construction
Architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

The Milwaukee Center is a 28-story, 426-foot-tall (130 m) postmodern high-rise building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The building was completed in 1988, during a small building boom in Milwaukee that also included 100 East Wisconsin. Until 100 East was completed, the Milwaukee Center was the second tallest building in Milwaukee. The peaked tower, red brick, and the use of green near the top pay homage to the style of the Milwaukee City Hall. The building is primarily used for offices, but has parking as well.[1]

The Milwaukee Center's construction was spurred by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater's purchase and subsequent selling of the land surrounding the former Wisconsin Electric Powerhouse which was converted into The Rep's primary performance venue, the Quadracci Powerhouse. The Milwaukee Center's rotunda connects the office tower with the InterContinental Milwaukee hotel and the historic Pabst Theater. In March 2016, Associated Bank announced it was acquiring the Milwaukee Center.


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Preceded by
411 East Wisconsin Center
2nd Tallest building in Milwaukee
Succeeded by
100 East Wisconsin

Coordinates: 43°02′30″N 87°54′42″W / 43.04167°N 87.91167°W / 43.04167; -87.91167