Historic mansion just off Cathedral Square Park now used as an office building with a tavern/restaurant in the baesment.
Dino’s occupies the lower level of the building.
From Guides to Historic Milwaukee: Juneautown Walking Tour by Mary Ellen Pagel and Virginia Palmer (1965)…
Matthew Keenan, prominent Milwaukee businessman and politician, built this luxurious two-family home in 1860. Kitchens in the dwelling were located in the basement (a common practice in those days), parlors and dining rooms on the first floor. Bedrooms on the second story were heated by great marble fireplaces, still in place. A ballroom is said to have been on the third floor. Called “a model of elegance and comfort” in 1860, the double house has served a variety of functions since then, among them use as a detention home and as a little theater playhouse. Its current tenants are shops and offices.
- Mar 22nd, 2016 by Jeff Beutner
- Mar 4th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
|ENF-2017-00457||2017/01/06||New Service Request|
DNS Activity:Graffiti| Wall along rear alley line. entered address: 777 N JEFFERSON ST.
~~~~~~Maintain fire safety and/or evacuation plan
~~Exit signs shall be illuminated
Exit signs shall be illuminated
Service fire extinguisher(s)
Test monitored fire alarm system annually
Fire doors must be closed at all times