MILWAUKEE — Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance Co. plans to build a 33-story apartment tower next
to its downtown Milwaukee headquarters.
The $100 million project also will
contain retail space and parking for Northwestern employees.
Twenty-five floors will be set aside for apartments, containing
308 luxury units and 16 penthouses.
The Daily Reporter (http://bit.ly/1Nholw6
) says the remaining eight stories, those closest to the ground,
will be for parking, both for employees and the public.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz of Chicago
is designing the project. Demolition of the current building at
the site is expected to begin in January and the new building to
be occupied by spring 2018.
Northwestern Mutual is currently
building a 32-story office building in downtown Milwaukee. That
building is scheduled to be completed in late 2017.