The Frederick Lofts is a 100-unit apartment development that opened in August 2015 for a previously empty site on the east end of the former Pabst Brewing complex (The Brewery). The market-rate development is being developed by Gorman & Company.
The building is named after Pabst namesake Captain Frederick Pabst.
The site is .82 acres. Gorman & Company developed the adjacent Blue Ribbon Lofts apartment building out of the former Pabst Keg House. In addition, Gorman developed the Brewhouse Inn & Suites one block west. The development is immediately south of the Brewery Point Apartments, a senior living community. And across 9th Street from the the Brewery Parking Structure.
The project received site plan and building elevation approval from the City Plan Commission, as part of its location in The Brewery Development Incentive Zone. It was heard at the August 19th, 2013 meeting.
- August 13th, 2013 – “Gorman Proposes 100 High-End Apartments at Former Pabst Site” – Milwaukee Business Journal – Sean Ryan
- August 13th, 2013 – “Apartment Building with 100 Units Proposed for Pabst Site” – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Tom Daykin
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At the dedication of 100-unit market-rate apartment building at the former Pabst Brewery, mayor hopeful for continued growth of downtown housing.Aug 13th, 2015 by Michael Horne