Building Info

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant.
  • Address:
    201 E. Pittsburgh Ave.
  • Taxkey:
    4280981000
  • Architect:
    Alexander C. Eschweiler
  • Architectural Style:
    Streamline Moderne (Art Deco)
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $910,000
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $7,900,800
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $8,810,800
  • Assesment Year:
    2019
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    $6,929,000 (2015)

The building was originally built for the Pittsburgh Plate Glass company as an enamel plant. It was redeveloped by Lighthouse Development as part of a conversion to office space as part of their South Water Works development. The building was ultimately acquired by David Winograd and is now managed by his CPM Property Management Services firm.

The building was designed by Alexander C. Eschweiler.

The taxkey for the building also includes the Building 6 apartments. Winograd acquired the entire South Water Works complex out of foreclosure.

Photos

Activity

IDDateTypeDescription
PWOP-19-010582019/06/14Permit
ROW Occupancy Permit
ELEC_LV-17-004602017/11/18Permit
Low Voltage Permit.
ELEC-17-070592017/11/18Permit
Electrical Permit.
PLB-17-047372017/11/03Permit
Building Plumbing Permit.
HVAC-GEN-17-001222017/01/12Permit
HVAC General Permit.
ELEC-16-018752016/12/16Permit
Electrical Permit.
ELEC-16-018192016/12/14Permit
Electrical Permit.
ELEC_LV-16-000312016/12/14Permit
Low Voltage Permit.
PLB-16-011942016/12/13Permit
Building Plumbing Permit.
IDDateDescriptionType

Content referencing 201 Deco

Milwaukee Architecture: How Art Deco Changed the City
Milwaukee Architecture

How Art Deco Changed the City

Even today, it remains the style that best epitomizes American urbanity.

Deco Building in Water Works has potential buyer
Citation

Deco Building in Water Works has potential buyer

Hard Hat Tour: South Water Works Tour Photos
Hard Hat Tour

South Water Works Tour Photos

Tom DeMuth of Lighthouse Development gave Urban Milwaukee a tour of his company's redevelopment of the former Transpak facility in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood.

South Water Works Project Renderings

South Water Works Project Renderings

Located at the corner of E. Pittsburgh Street and S. Water Street the South Water Works development is the process of converting the former Transpak buildings into a mixture of retail, residential, and office space.

Fullhouse Moving to Walker’s Point

Fullhouse Moving to Walker’s Point

Fullhouse, a growing interactive marketing agency, is leaving their crowded Third Ward office space for 23,500 square feet across the river in Walker's Point.

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

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