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Photos From Top of US Bank Center

By - Sep 10th, 2008 01:40 pm
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Yesterday, Dave Reid and myself were invited to the Brownfields Study Group 10th Anniversary Celebration. Now brownfield redevelopment is wonderful, and Milwaukee has some wonderful examples including the nationally-recognized Menomonee Valley, but we were a little distracted by the view from the event. The event was held on the 40th floor of the US Bank Center in the offices of Foley & Lardner.

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6 thoughts on “Photos From Top of US Bank Center”

  1. Doug G. says:

    Awesome pictures. You really dont see too many from that angle.

  2. Brian Artka says:

    Previous job has an antenna up there so I was on the “list” of people able to go up there. Here are a few shots:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brianartka/431669573/in/datetaken/

  3. Dave Reid says:

    @Brian those are some great shots!

  4. JOSE says:

    great pictures. have you ever think in making an observation desk on the top floor of the usa bank center? it will be great that all people can enjoy this beautiful views of the lake and the city. think about the observation deck.

  5. Dave Reid says:

    @Jose The top floor of the US Bank building is the home office of the law firm Foley & Lardner. My guess is they are very happy with their prime location.

  6. JOSE says:

    the law firm that is on the top floor, an sure there going to give away the floor if they know is for a good cause like building a skydeck for our city. they can move to another building in the us bank or any other building theres a lot of office space in a lot of buildings in downtown. get them out of the 40th floor and make a skydeck for our people and to atract more turism to milwaukee. get them out come on.

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