Monday, June 30th, 2008

Postcards from Milwaukee

Amtrak station and bus terminal

The Santiago Calatrava designed entry pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum

Buildings along the lakefront peeking out from under the Calatrava bridge to the museum.

Topics: Architecture and Design
Cities: Milwaukee

3 Responses to “Postcards from Milwaukee”

  1. thundermutt says:

    Key word: lakefront.

  2. Gary says:

    That one building would be great, if they had whales in the great lakes.

  3. Dave Reid says:

    I hope you had a chance to see much more of Milwaukee as we have great neighborhoods such as the East Side, Third Ward, East Town, Walker’s Point and Bay View that are all worth checking out. A downtown that is on the rise again and a fairly active residential development boom (all though it is a little quieter right now than last.).

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