Eleven 25 at Pabst

1125 N 9th St. Milwaukee, WI 53233

Project Manager: Nate Kawlewski

Field Manager:

Project Awards: Milwaukee Business Journal, Real Estate Award

Services Provided by Balestieri:

Project Summary

The original structure was built in 1889 as a Bottling House for the Pabst Brewing Company in Milwaukee. The 237,000 square foot building was used until December 196 when Pabst had closed their doors. Today, this historic structure stands in close proximity to Marquette University offering multi-use housing, office and retail space.

Sitting vacant for nearly 20 years, the building as in need of many improvements. The building was very deprecated and covered in coatings impacted with lead. Balestrieri performed turn-key services including asbestos abatement, industrial coatings removal, exterior cleanings, selective interior demolition and demolition services transforming this historic building back to its original luster.

The now open and fully renovated building adds value to the community providing a great location to downtown. Open to the general public it gives all those that live and visit Milwaukee the opportunity to appreciate the historic and iconic history of the city.

Balestrieri was honored to have worked in conjunction with construction manager, KM Development, and owners Blue Ribbon Management LLC to complete the award winning redevelopment project.