Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Northwestern Mutual Building, c1920

The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company moved to Milwaukee in 1859 and began a legacy of contributing some of the city�s most iconic office buildings. The company occupied six buildings east of the Milwaukee River before constructing its massive eight-story, Greek and Roman-inspired headquarters in 1914 at Van Buren Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Their grand presence helped ensure the area would remain the financial heart of the city.


Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Northwestern Mutual Building, c1920

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