Building Info

Milwaukee Marriott Downtown Opening July 2013
  • Address:
    323 E. Wisconsin Ave.
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  • Architect:
    Kahler Slater
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $7,341,000 (2013)
  • Year Built:

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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Building Plumbing Permit.
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