Marshall Building at night

Milwaukee's Creative Hub Since 1907

Marshall Building SignFirst Rate Commercial Space & Arts Hub In The Heart Of Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward District

Home to boutiques, galleries, cafe’s and corporate offices, the Marshall Building offers leases with floor plans ranging from 200-7,400 square feet, making it ideal for small-to-midsize businesses. Boasting a unique "can-do" style for its tenants, the Marshall Building's management and maintenance staff are located on-site in order to ensure seamless and first-rate services. 

We are located a block from the Milwaukee Public Market, across the street from the Riverwalk & steps from everything else the vibrant Historic Third Ward District has to offer.

 

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Burns Architecture entrance corridor

Bruns Architecture

Floor 3 • Suite 315
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Gym equipment in Energy personal fitness studio

Energy

Floor 2 • Suite 206
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Artist Jeanne Nikolai Olivieri stands in her gallery space

Gallery 207

Floor 1 • Suite 130
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Multiple clothing racks of high-end men's apparel

Harleys Co.

Floor 1 • Suite 100
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Press

Press.

Floor 1 • Suite 104
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Interior shot of Too Much Metal gallery

Too Much Metal

Floor 3 • Suite 318

Historic Is an Understatement

Marshall Building Dusk

Built between 1906-1907 and fully completed in 1911, the six-story red brick building was designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark because it’s one of the oldest existing examples of Claude A.P. Turner’s “spiral mushroom system”.  His system of reinforced concrete made for one sturdy, durable building!

The Marshall Building was a major part of the revitalization of the Historic Third Ward neighborhood just a few decades ago.  Developer George Bockl originally bought the building in 1948 and reacquired it in 1974 with the goal of keeping it an affordable home to the arts community and small businesses. The building remains a creative hub today. It is home to a dynamic mix of art studios, galleries, craftspeople, creative startups, offices & retail users. Learn more »