Building Info

  • Address:
    224 E. Chicago St.
  • Taxkey:
    3920985000
  • Architect:
    Martin Tullgren & Sons
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $7,734,000 (2015)
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    113,758 sq-ft

A building built for the Monarch Manufacturing Company in 1917. It is now home to Rubin’s Furniture and Cramer-Krasselt. It September 2015 it was announced that Rubin’s would close and Restoration Hardware would move in.

The building was designed by Martin Tullgren & Sons.

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IDDateTypeDescription
PWEU-19-018802019/07/13Permit
ROW Excavation Utility
PBFS-19-002022019/02/13Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit
HVAC-GEN-19-005012019/02/12Permit
HVAC General Permit
ELEC-19-003752019/01/16Permit
Electrical Permit
ELEC-18-090722018/12/27Permit
Electrical Permit
PLB-18-057972018/12/08Permit
Building Plumbing Permit
PWEU-18-038652018/11/03Permit
ROW Excavation Utility
COM-ALT-18-009122018/10/31Permit
Commercial Alteration Permit
COM-ALT-18-007212018/09/08Permit
Commercial Alteration Permit
PWEU-18-022592018/06/16Permit
ROW Excavation Utility.
PWOP-18-004542018/04/14Permit
ROW Occupancy Permit.
ELEC-17-006172017/01/27Permit
Electrical Permit.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing 224 E. Chicago St.

Friday Photos: Martin Building Becoming Apartments
Friday Photos

Martin Building Becoming Apartments

Booming Third Ward adds apartment complex created from 1904 Eschweiler building.

Citation

Restoration Hardware moving into Rubin’s space

Plenty of Horne: Restoration Hardware to Third Ward?
Plenty of Horne

Restoration Hardware to Third Ward?

Architectural Review Board creates confusion. Plus: New beats for Journal Sentinel reporters.

Plenty of Horne: Mitchell Leather Building Seeks Historic Tax Credits
Plenty of Horne

Mitchell Leather Building Seeks Historic Tax Credits

But most of Third Ward architectural review board meeting debates handicapped access ramp for Martin Building.

Cramer-Krasselt Moving To Third Ward

Cramer-Krasselt Moving To Third Ward

Milwaukee Ale House, Water Buffalo, etc, etc. Originally uploaded by compujeramey The nation’s third largest independent advertising firm Cramer-Krasselt, who as you may remember was supposed to move to a Robert Ruvin-development in the Park East neighborhood, has announced that they’re moving from Van Buren Street to the Third Ward. The firm will move to […]

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on April 28, 2019

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