Ugly Building: Former White Eagle Hotel

Protected by a local historic designation, the former White Eagle Hotel at 738 W. Maple St. in Milwaukee’s Historic Mitchell Street neighborhood has been vacant for decades and a fire department placard urges people not to enter.  Constructed in 1907 by Polish immigrant Leopold Chroscicki, the three-story building was a rooming house and saloon for

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