The Milwaukee Marriott Downtown is a hotel in downtown Milwaukee that opened in July 2013. The hotel has 204 rooms, 1 suite, 6 meeting rooms and 9,000 sq ft of total meeting space.
The hotel has a number of first-floor tenants including Starbucks, Millioke restaurant, and Schwanke Kasten Jewelers.
Immediately south of the hotel is the McGeoch Building, a 19th century office building.
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In his new role, Collins will oversee the Milwaukee Hotel Collection, which includes The Westin Milwaukee, Milwaukee Marriott Downtown and SpringHill Suites by Milwaukee Marriott Downtown.Jan 29th, 2018 by White Lodging
From the new Pizza Man to Radio Milwaukee to Junior House Lofts, the winners span many styles and neighborhoods. Photo Galleries of every winning design.May 21st, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
New Downtown hotel ready ahead of schedule to accommodate Summerfest visitors and other guestsJun 25th, 2013 by Press Release
Are Milwaukee's historic preservation laws too strong or too weak? Should the entire ordinance be re-written, or is just a revision in order? Alderman Witkowski's proposed overhaul to Milwaukee's historic preservation ordinance sparked these very questions.Apr 3rd, 2012 by Dave Reid
As the US economy continued it slow recovery from the Great Recession, Milwaukee was left with a couple of failed development projects to complete or redefine, a changing real estate market, the opportunity to make small infrastructure changes, and questions about the future of transit.Dec 15th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Two controversial development projects received key approvals at the January 19th, 2011 meeting of the Common Council.Jan 20th, 2011 by Dave Reid
At yesterday's meeting of the Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development Committee Jackson Street Management LLC won an appeal of the Historic Preservation Commission's ruling regarding their request to demolish five buildings within the East Side Commercial Historic District to make way for a new Marriott Hotel.Jan 14th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Numerous signs point to a national economy that is recovering. Hiring has started to pick up, banks are starting to lend again, and locally 'failed' projects are slowly filling up. But everything isn't great just yet, as here in Wisconsin there is a 14 month supply of homes available on the market, and nationally unemployment sits at 9.4%.Jan 10th, 2011 by Dave Reid
Last night the Historic Preservation Commission voted to allow Wave Development, LLC to demolish the historic structures located along Milwaukee St. and Wisconsin Ave. to build a new Marriott Hotel. Under the condition that the project would save and restore the buildings' facades as part of the new development.Dec 14th, 2010 by Dave Reid
No one would talk much in society if they knew how often they misunderstood others. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The Marriott Hotel proposed for downtown Milwaukee has received a lot of attention lately. It parlays questions going far beyond the buildings themselves.Dec 13th, 2010 by Anna-Marie Opgenorth
A large crowd turned out, at a commission meeting to speak about a request for a Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish buildings located at 319-327 East Wisconsin Ave., and 625-631 North Milwaukee St.Nov 16th, 2010 by Dave Reid
Wave Development, LLC is seeking a Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish the buildings located at 319-327 East Wisconsin Ave., and 625-631 North Milwaukee St. to construct a Marriott Hotel. This request will be taken up at the November 15th, 2010 meeting of the Historic Preservation Commission.Nov 12th, 2010 by Dave Reid
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