Overview

The 833 East Michigan Street 18 story, Class A multi-tenant office tower is the newest addition to downtown Milwaukee’s resurgent skyline. In the center of Milwaukee’s commercial business district, 833 East combines elegant design, incredible views, state-of-the-art technology and premium tenant amenities.

833 East is environmentally sustainable and offers high visibility and stunning views, making it the premier new office development in downtown Milwaukee.

Features:

  • 18 floors offering panoramic views of Lake Michigan and downtown Milwaukee
  • Over 358,000 SF of Class A office space
  • LEED-Silver certified design and engineering
  • 45-foot lease spans provide for open and flexible column-free tenant spaces
  • 26,000 RSF floor plates allow for efficient space planning for tenants of varying sizes
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows on Lake Michigan-facing east, northeast, and southeast facades
  • Large, seven-foot high windows on north, south and west facades

Benefits:

  • High-visibility tenant signage on exterior wall on Michigan and Cass Streets
  • Technology driven for optimal IT access and energy efficiency
  • On-site distribution antenna service (DAS) to enhance in-building cellular signal reception
  • Intelligent dispatch passenger elevator service to expedite movement throughout building
  • On-site fitness center with private showers and locker room facilities
  • Multi-media conference center for up to 120 people
  • Rare, a white table cloth restaurant on Michigan Street with seasonal outdoor seating

Value Adds:

  • 459 executive and guest parking stalls
  • Climate-controlled Skywalk connectivity to US Bank Center & Galleria, US Bank Parking Garage, Juneau North office building, Juneau South office building, 875 East Wisconsin office building and the O’Donnell parking garage
  • Highly accessible from airport, freeways, rail and bus transportation systems
  • Electric car charging station
  • Enclosed bicycle parking and bike share transfer point
  • Within walking distance of central business district, Lake Michigan, the Third Ward, Milwaukee Art Museum, Discovery World, and Henry Maier Festival Park
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