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Governor Doyle and others break
Manitowoc Place Groundbreaking
A groundbreaking ceremony took place in the former bank lobby of the Manitowoc Hotel on Thursday, April 8, 2004. The Mayor of Manitowoc and Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle joined the developers, Bob Lemke and Todd Hutchison as well as the architect, Brian Miller, in dedicating the renovation of this historic building and expressed excitement and hope for the future of the City.

The project, to be known as Manitowoc Place, is a conversion of an eight story turn of the century hotel building located in the center of downtown Manitowoc, and is visible from much of the surrounding neighborhood. The project, designed by Miller Architectural Group, will convert the upper floors to 33 apartments and largely restore the public and tenant areas on the first floor.

The tenants will enjoy many amenities; all the apartments have a spectacular view of Lake Michigan and the City of Manitowoc; there is a common rooftop deck and theater/ exercise room available. In addition, the building is located in the midst of numerous downtown activities and amenities, all within walking and/or biking distance.

This building joins the growing list of significant adaptive reuse projects to be done by the Miller Architectural Group since its inception, including the Gallun Tannery, the Cawker Building, Lofts on Broadway and Warehouse One in Milwaukee, Amity Leather Apartments in West Bend, and The Shoe Factory Lofts in Beaver Dam.

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