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Milwaukee City Hall

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Identifikation

Milwaukee City Hall
122453

Karte

Struktur allgemein

Wolkenkratzer
existent [fertiggestellt]
Stahl
Mauerwerk
Pfahlgründung
Backstein
Sandstein
dunkelrot
Neuromanisch

Nutzung

Rathaus

Fakten

  • Designed in the Flemish Renaissance style, this was one of the tallest buildings in the world at the end of the 19th Century.
  • The cornerstone was laid on 24 February 1894 and the building was dedicated on 23 December 1895.
  • Inside the building is a 20 by 70 foot open well.
  • The flagpole rises 40 feet above the bell tower roof.
  • The upper part of the tower was rebuilt after a damaging fire in October 1929.
  • It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
  • The lower floors are faced in Berea Sandstone and the upper floors are of pressed brick.
  • A $70 million renovation began in early 2006 and is expected to continue through 2008.
  • It occupies the entire trapezoidal block bounded by Kilbourn Avenue, Wells, Water, and Market Streets.
  • The bell was produced by the local firm G. Campbell and Sons and is named for Solomon Juneau, Milwaukee's first mayor.
  • The tallest building in Milwaukee for 78 years, until the completion of the U.S. Bank Center (now US Bank Center) in 1973.

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Ort

800-898 North Water Street, 200 East Wells Street
201-215 East Kilbourn Avenue, 801-899 North Market Street
200 East Wells Street
53201
Juneau Town
Downtown
Milwaukee
Wisconsin
U.S.A.

Technische Daten

393,00 ft
353,00 ft
353,00 ft
320,00 ft
15
1893
1895
$1.016.935

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Besondere Eigenschaften

  • Eines der bekannten Bauwerke dieser Stadt
  • Nationales Denkmal
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