What makes the Marshall Building Unique?

An eclectic mix of unique tenants

With floor plans ranging from 200 sq. ft. to 7,400 sq. ft., the Marshall Building is ideal for small to midsize businesses. That's why our 60+ tenants run the gamut to include art galleries, artist studios, attorneys, photographers, software companies, advertising agencies, printers, fitness professionals, nonprofits, a local newspaper, a men’s clothing store, an AT&T retail store, two first-floor restaurants and many others.

Historic significance in Milwaukee's thriving Third Ward

The Marshall Building has been part of the Historic Third Ward's evolution for over a century. Home to a wholesale grocer, an Army training center, a Jewish vocational center, the American Civil Liberties Union, a financial firm and numerous artists, the building holds quite a bit of history. It's even a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

The "can do" on-site management

At the Marshall Building, management and maintenance staff are onsite to ensure first-rate service. So when you call, you'll get a live person. Not a switchboard, but an on-site contact willing to assist and resolve your maintenance issue within the same day.

And did we also mention at no cost to you? That's because the Marshall Building offers full-service gross leases. In short, we foot the bill for your utilities, maintenance and repairs.

Flexible floor plans to adapt to your specifications

Not only does the Marshall Building offer flexible floor plans, we're also willing to adapt or restructure your space to accommodate your growth needs. Just come to us with your build-out ideas.

Enjoy these generous amenities

Besides our fabulous location, comes generous amenities. An elegantly appointed entrance to welcome your clients and customers, onsite maintenance team, two first floor restaurants, a covered loading dock, and service and passenger elevators.

We also offer bus and Milwaukee Streetcar stops within a block, close proximity to the Milwaukee Riverwalk, cafes, restaurants and the Milwaukee Public Market. Shopping, dining, arts, culture, nightlife, festivals and so much more are also within reach.

The Third Ward's original loft building with its own attitude

Unpretentious and progressive. Thanks to the foresight of real estate guru George Bockl, the Marshall Building was one of the first industrial-repurposed buildings converted for the city's creative class. Think Soho meets the Marshall Building.

Although a risky venture, Bockl believed in helping young entrepreneurs take the plunge. Offering affordable rents and covering tenants' build-out costs, his strategy not only filled the building, it reenergized the neighborhood.