Building Info

Rufus King. Photo by Christopher Hillard.
  • Address:
    1801 W. Olive St.
  • Taxkey:
    2449999000
  • Architectural Style:
    Art Deco
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $0
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $0
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $0
  • Assesment Year:
    2020
  • Year Built:

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Content referencing Rufus King High School

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Veteran state senator would be first Black woman to hold the position.

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North Side Doctor Cares for Her Community

Madelaine Tully saw that community centers needed doctors. So she became one.

Vaccination of North Side Youth Lags Behind County Average

Vaccination of North Side Youth Lags Behind County Average

High school students discuss the vaccine, hesitancy and school during COVID-19.

AACCW promotes Jona Moore to Vice President
Remembering a Pillar of Milwaukee’s Muslim Community

Remembering a Pillar of Milwaukee’s Muslim Community

Shaykh Ayyub Al-Amin devoted his life to Islam and the city's Muslim community.

Hybrid Education May Not Work

Hybrid Education May Not Work

Some experts say half-virtual, half-in-person classes may actually be worse at spreading COVID-19.

Transportation: City Wins Grant To Build 20th Street Trail
Transportation

City Wins Grant To Build 20th Street Trail

New off-street trail for bicyclists and pedestrians would link up north side neighborhoods.

Making It Safer for Runners of Color

Making It Safer for Runners of Color

Milwaukee group Forget Everything And Run, or F.E.A.R., seeks to shift the narrative.

Winner of scholarship contest expresses importance of eliminating barriers to freedom
Protest Day 80: Mural of Black Leaders Unveiled
Protest Day 80

Mural of Black Leaders Unveiled

New mural on 14th and Vliet depicts leaders young and old, alive and dead.

“Immigrant Cultures” Topic of MATC’s Jan. 14 “Diversity Dialogues”
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“Immigrant Cultures” Topic of MATC’s Jan. 14 “Diversity Dialogues”

The community workshops are based on topics discussed in MATC’s “Introduction to Diversity Studies” course.

Three Pedestrian Deaths In Recent Days

Three Pedestrian Deaths In Recent Days

One by hit and run driver. “Accidents” underline need for more careful driving, walking, biking.

City Helps Low-Income Homeowners

City Helps Low-Income Homeowners

Program started in 2014 provides no-interest deferred-payment loans to finance repairs.

WEAC recommends Representative Josh Zepnick in 9th Assembly District
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WEAC recommends Representative Josh Zepnick in 9th Assembly District

Wisconsin students need legislators who stand up for their public schools, teachers say

Black Leaders Talk About Barrett

Black Leaders Talk About Barrett

How has the mayor succeeded -- and failed -- in serving African American neighborhoods.

Sisters Give Back to South Side Community
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Sisters Give Back to South Side Community

Two sisters raised on Milwaukee’s South Side are giving back to their community, merging health and art in a unique project on Chavez Drive

Rep. Bowen wishes students, educators well at start of school year
Press Release

Rep. Bowen wishes students, educators well at start of school year

Will greet students at Bradley Tech High School, Universal Academy Elementary

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.

MPS’ Rufus King in state’s top 3 on Washington Post list of top high schools
Press Release

MPS’ Rufus King in state’s top 3 on Washington Post list of top high schools

King also among the 50 best in the Midwest; the latest in a long line of honors

Senior at MPS’ Rufus King H.S. wins President’s Volunteer Service Award
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Senior at MPS’ Rufus King H.S. wins President’s Volunteer Service Award

Chariesse Ellis has provided more than 200 hours of service; comes as MPS adds community service to graduation requirements

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on September 6, 2020

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