Haymarket is a neighborhood immediately north of the west side of downtown Milwaukee. Sometimes called “Haymarket Square.”

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Recent Press Releases Referencing Haymarket

Milwaukee Public Museum Announces Site for Future Home

MPM to join the growing Deer District area in downtown Milwaukee

Neighborhood Buildings

  • 1310-1312 N. 6th St.

    1310-1312 N. 6th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Building would be demolished to create space for Milwaukee Public Museum-Betty Brinn Complex as of 2020.

  • 1311 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

    Mandel Graphics Building. Photo courtesy of American Family Insurance.

    Warehouse building in Milwaukee's Haymarket neighborhood. The building is owned by Associated Bank.

  • 1340 N. 6th St.

    1340 N. 6th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Building would be demolished to create space for Milwaukee Public Museum-Betty Brinn Complex as of 2020.

  • 1702-1728 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave.

    Baasen House - 1702-1728 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    Acquired by the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center in 2016 for $950,000.

  • 520 W. McKinley Ave.

    520 W. McKinley Ave. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.

    520 W. McKinley Avenue is the former condominium sales center for the Palomar Hotel proposal. It is currently the headquarters of The Bartolotta Restaurants.

  • Golda Meir School

    W. Court Street and the Golda Meir School

    Historic school building attended by the future Prime Minister of Israel.

  • Haymarket Lofts

    1300 N. 4th Street

    1300 N. 4th St. is a complex of three brick warehouse buildings in Milwaukee's Haymarket neighborhood.