Building Info

Martin Building. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.
  • Address:
    211 N. Broadway
  • Taxkey:
  • Architect:
    Alexander Eschweiler
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $943,000 (2015)
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    28,8000 sq-ft

Warehouse building in the Historic Third Ward being converted to apartments and retail by owner Margaret Martin. Eric Ponto of Engberg Anderson is leading the design work of the conversion. Includes 15 apartments.

Building was originally designed by prominent Milwaukee architect Alexander C. Eschweiler.

Was formerly home to Hot*Pop store, owned by Margaret Martin.

Conversion completed in 2016. Building originally completed in 1904.

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Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
PWEC-17-021692017/08/18Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract.
PLB-17-015762017/04/18Permit
Building Plumbing Permit.
ELEV-16-000172016/12/13Permit
Elevator Permit.
PLB-16-003082016/10/25Permit
Building Plumbing Permit.
PWOP-16-013642016/10/25Permit
ROW Occupancy Permit.
ELEC-16-000092016/10/25Permit
Electrical Permit.
HVAC-GEN-16-000152016/10/25Permit
HVAC General Permit.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing Martin Building

Plenty of Horne: Paintball Dave’s Conversion Moves Forward
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1925 building will become apartments, retail. Plus: ZIPMKE photographs the city.

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Friday Photos

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Friday Photos

Martin Building Adds Apartments to Third Ward

Four-story warehouse at 211 N. Broadway is being renovated on ward's main street.

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1,449 New Apartments Coming

And more are on the way, all within a two-mile radius of City Hall.

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