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US Bank Center, tallest building in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, built 1973, 182.2 meters high, First Wisconsin Center, 1970s
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CLWV01P10_15
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US Bank Center, tallest building in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, built 1973, 182.2 meters high, First Wisconsin Center, 1970s
This skyscraper was originally named the First Wisconsin Center, because it was built for First Wisconsin National Bank.

Location: 777 East Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Constructed: 1973
Use: office
Floors: 42
Architect(s): Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP, Fitzhugh Scott
Keywords:
Milwaukee, City, Wisconsin, Architecture, Travel, Scenics, Structure, USA
Image by:
Wernher Krutein

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