Building Info

  • Address:
    914 E. Hamilton St.
  • Taxkey:
    3540664100
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $339,000 (2015)
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    19,728 sq-ft

Building converted into seven workspaces in 2014 by Mike Olson and Dave Olson. Design work for the conversion was led by Russell E. La Frombois III.

In the 1870’s part of the land was used for stables for the Uihlein family (owners of the Schlitz Brewery).

The building was built in 1891 for William Ormsby as a livery barn at a cost of $5,000.

In 1910 Progressive Realty Co. took out a permit to repair the building, and “convert Barn to Lithography purposes.” It was to serve as the home of Imperial Lithography, Inc. for nearly a century. The firm moved when it required more space for the newest generation of printing presses.

Olson, operating as Hamilton Stables, LLC., bought the 19,728 square foot building in 2012 for $150,000.

Content referencing Hamilton Stables

Former Milwaukee printing plant blooms as urban farm
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Former Milwaukee printing plant blooms as urban farm

Old industrial building given new industrial life
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Old industrial building given new industrial life

Plenty of Horne: New Development in Brady Street Area
Plenty of Horne

New Development in Brady Street Area

Old Hamilton Stables will be renovated to create seven “micro-industrial spaces” on Hamilton St.

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

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