Building History Detail
Pabst Building

A ten story building with a tower in the center which extended another four stories. The design was in a romanesque revival style similar to the City Hall. It was designed by the Chicago architect, S.S. Beman who designed the Pullman Building in Chicago and also the Renaissance Place at 1451 N Prospect Ave in Milwaukee. The towered top of the Pabst Building was removed in 1948 and replaced with a modernized squared profile.

Architect: Beman, S S

Year Built: 1892, Year Demolished: 1981

Address History:
68 Wisconsin St (1892 - 1929)
110 E Wisconsin Ave (1930 - 1981)

UWM Digital Collection
UWM Digital Postcard Collection
Milwaukee Sentinel, March 1, 1891
Milwaukee Sentinel, April 2, 1981

Wisconsin Historical Society AHI#: 31662

Record Update: 2009-10-20