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Northwestern Mutual to Announce Major Development in Downtown Milwaukee

Local elected officials, including Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and business, community and civic leaders will join Northwestern Mutual Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Schlifske as he announces plans to expand the company’s downtown Milwaukee headquarters with a proposed high-rise tower to replace Northwestern Mutual’s east building.

By - Dec 5th, 2012 04:18 pm

Local elected officials, including Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and business, community and civic leaders will join Northwestern Mutual Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Schlifske as he announces plans to expand the company’s downtown Milwaukee headquarters with a proposed high-rise tower to replace Northwestern Mutual’s east building (brown building with Northwestern Mutual signage) located on Mason and Cass streets. Late last year, the company announced it would raze the east building due to significant maintenance costs.

More information is available on the building page Urban Milwaukee has created.

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