Building Info

Pritzlaff Building. Photo by Carl Baehr.
  • Address:
    315 N. Plankinton Ave.
  • Taxkey:
    3970108111
  • Status:
  • Assessment:
    $4,529,000 (2015)
  • Year Built:
  • Size:
    270,395 sq-ft

The Pritzlaff Building is a complex of buildings located at the southwest corner of W. St. Paul Ave. and N. Plankinton Ave.

The building is owned by Kendall Breunig‘s Sunset Investors.

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WMSE Presents: Art & Music
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WMSE Presents: Art & Music

A live art, auction and music event at the Historic Pritzlaff on Friday, May 19.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Report Finds Wealth of Historic Buildings
Eyes on Milwaukee

Report Finds Wealth of Historic Buildings

New guide for redeveloping historic Milwaukee aims to foster growth.

Plenty of Horne: How to Balance Architecture and Ego
Plenty of Horne

How to Balance Architecture and Ego

Acclaimed architect and Marcus Prize winner Joshua Prince-Ramus does a TED-type talk.

Marcus Prize-Winning Architect Will Discuss His Recent Work
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Marcus Prize-Winning Architect Will Discuss His Recent Work

Prize-winning architect Joshua Prince-Ramus will discuss his present and past work at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at the Pritzlaff Building, 311 N. Plankinton Ave.

City Streets: The History of Plankinton Avenue
City Streets

The History of Plankinton Avenue

Once West Water St., it’s pretty short but long on history.

Abele and Lubar Help Startup Businesses

Abele and Lubar Help Startup Businesses

M7 region needs more entrepreneurs to reinvent economy.

Gov. Walker’s historic tax credit cap proposal removed from budget
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Gov. Walker’s historic tax credit cap proposal removed from budget

Q&A: Chris Abele on Ward 4, startups and what Milwaukee’s missing
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Q&A: Chris Abele on Ward 4, startups and what Milwaukee’s missing

Plenty of Horne: Push to Maintain Historic Tax Credits
Plenty of Horne

Push to Maintain Historic Tax Credits

State budget plan would reduce them, but new data shows big benefits for state in maintaining them, advocates say.

New Outdoor Cafe for Public Market?

New Outdoor Cafe for Public Market?

Plus, a new parking plan for the Pritzlaff Building and a huge increase in wedding bookings at the Pritzlaff. All were revealed at Third Ward ARB meeting.

Walker’s Budget Reduces Historic Tax Credits

Walker’s Budget Reduces Historic Tax Credits

Tighter guidelines for credits and less total funding could hurt development in Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: State Freezes Historic Preservation Tax Credits
Eyes on Milwaukee

State Freezes Historic Preservation Tax Credits

Worried about the cost, Gov. Walker and WEDC have halted program with big benefits for Milwaukee.

Photo Gallery: Historic Milwaukee’s Fans Convene
Photo Gallery

Historic Milwaukee’s Fans Convene

A big crowd turns out as as Remarkable Milwaukee 2014 honors historian John Gurda and developer Kendall Bruenig.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Chad Halvorsen
NEWaukeean of the Week

Chad Halvorsen

"I’ve been to Miller Park so many times I could tell you how to traverse it without being there."

Remarkable Milwaukee at the Pritzlaff
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Remarkable Milwaukee at the Pritzlaff

To Honor John Gurda and Sunset Investors

Plenty of Horne: Neighbors Boiling Over Boylston Plan
Plenty of Horne

Neighbors Boiling Over Boylston Plan

Too much congestion, they complain. Ald. Kovac is feeling the heat.

HMI Doors Open 2011 Recommendations

HMI Doors Open 2011 Recommendations

Imagine this for a moment -- you’re a kid in a candy store, and as things go, this candy store is opening for the first time ever and only for one weekend. Oh gosh. You’ve dreamed of this cornucopia of confections so many times before, you know every name and shiny wrapper in the store... but your eyes are bigger than your stomach. How can you pick just a choice few, knowing your slight allowance won’t let you have all that you want? It’s the best and worst kind of agony.

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on January 1, 1970

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