Original building completed in 1907. Hotel completed in 2008.
Hotel includes 100 rooms.
Commercial Addition Permit.
Content referencing The Iron Horse Hotel
Milwaukee’s historic hotel reveals appointment of local talent from Art MuseumMar 16th, 2017 by Ambassador Hotel
Chef Rogers leads the culinary team of Smyth, Branded, The Yard, and private events, meeting spaces, and in-room dining at Milwaukee’s premiere upscale independent hotelAug 24th, 2016 by Press Release
Modern Urban Dwelling features 64 ApartmentsAug 15th, 2016 by Madisen Maher Architects
Locals and pets can celebrate summer together with craft beer specials benefitting local rescue shelters and specialty pop-up shops with pet-friendly merchandise and treatsJul 22nd, 2016 by Press Release
Bravo TV “Top Chef” alum Chef Heather Terhune to bring Mediterranean-inspired Modern American Fare to Milwaukee’s Historic Third WardMar 15th, 2016 by Press Release
From engineering to accounting and baking to industrial design, career opportunities abound at the first-ever Professional Networking Night hosted by Kohler Co.Feb 15th, 2016 by Kohler Co.
UrbanLab to be led by TKWA architect and prominent urban Milwaukee advocate, Chris Socha.Apr 23rd, 2015 by The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc.
Milwaukee has made Jetsetter magazine’s list of top recommended travel destinations in 2014 – further validation that the city is headed in the right direction on many fronts, said Alderman Terry L. Witkowski.Jan 15th, 2014 by Ald. Terry Witkowski
Projects among 25 from more than 20 MPS schools at this year's MPS STEM Partners Spring Student ShowcaseMay 6th, 2013 by Milwaukee Public Schools
Resolution 080422 would advance the development known as Kilbourn Square. This project is proposing the development of a 52-unit residential care complex to be located at 2195 W. State St. that would house adults 55 and older. This resolution stood out primarily because it showed the difficulties of developing property in the City of Milwaukee. […]Jul 15th, 2008 by Dave Reid
Work has begun on at the former Transpak buildings located at 235 E. Pittsburgh Ave. The first is a smaller more recent building which had significant structural problems and is in the process of being demolished. The second is a larger warehouse building that is in the process of being gutted for a mixed-use redevelopment. […]Apr 15th, 2008 by Dave Reid
Just a couple of quick items of note from today’s ZND meeting. File number 070873 was a report on the redevelopment of the 440th Airlift Wing’s land. The consulting firm, RKG Associates, provided three proposed alternatives noting that they all include the airport’s plan of building a new runway in the future. Basically the plans […]Nov 6th, 2007 by Dave Reid