From the Historic Third Ward…
“George Ziegler & Company commissioned H.P. Schnetzky in 1890 to design the headquarters for its candy manufacturing operation. Ziegler’s specialties were mint lozenges, gum drops, rock candy, and chocolate cream drops, and in 1894 the firm became the first in the state to produce marshmallows. Although a portion of the structure was demolished, Miller-Armstrong Costume Service occupied what remained of the original building until 2001. In 2001, the building was completely renovated and now houses Rustico, a restaurant on the first floor; on the upper floors, it houses offices.”
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Content referencing 223 N. Water St.
An evening of gallery hopping and art viewing begins Friday, July 22 and continues during the day on Saturday, July 23.Jun 23rd, 2016 by Historic Third Ward Association
This spring, the quarterly event showcases 49 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area.Mar 23rd, 2016 by Historic Third Ward Association
Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on September 6, 2020
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