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Driving north on Milwaukee’s Hoan Bridge, a large Miller Lite sign can be seen in the distance, signaling that you are, in fact, headed into Brew City.
The sign is perched atop a 20-story, 53-year-old office tower on West Wisconsin Avenue.
Unfortunately, the building’s age does not give it character.
The L-shaped, 230,495-square-foot 633 Building is covered with small windows and its connecting five-story, 193,800-square-foot parking garage, while convenient, leaves much to be desired from an aesthetic standpoint.
The building, which is owned by Zilber Property Group, is centrally located. And with 94 percent of it leased, its tenants may not be able to see a lot out of the tiny windows, but their views – especially from the top floors – must be amazing.