Jeramey Jannene
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside 833 East

Step inside the new 18-story office tower that will help transform the lakefront.

By - Feb 9th, 2016 04:22 pm
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Step inside the new 18-story office tower that will help transform the lakefront. Back to the full article.

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3 thoughts on “Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside 833 East”

  1. dudemeister says:

    Very nice. Loved seeing the inside.

    Any word on when freq they’ll be finishing the exterior of the building?

  2. Izzy says:

    Nice read, and cool photos. One question I have, maybe you have some insight Jeramey, in the 13th interior photo, you can see a small office building that is part of the US Bank campus, any idea if US Bank plans to redevelop that parcel? It would seem to be the next logical prospect after the Westin project is completed. If they do have tentative plans for that building site, would they too be limited by the easement agreement that Irgens has with US Bank? I would hate to see another prime redevelopment site be cut off at the knees by height restrictions. I would think tenants at the US Bank center would also have some type of easements in their lease to maintain their views. It’s just a shame if this is the case, what we don’t need is another mid-rise building taking up prime real estate.

  3. exchilango says:

    A nice-looking building, with a glassy facade that you rarely see here. My only complaint is the height: It looks so small next to the US Bank building! Same for the planned Westin hotel, which will have just 10 floors (and therefore be more appropriate for Madison). Given these buildings are part of the US Bank “campus,” that’s probably by design–to preserve as many their tenants’ views as possible. But it also feels like a wasted opportunity. At least we have NML and the Couture on the way.

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