3112 West Highland Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53208
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Built in 1897 for Frederick Pabst for his son Fredrick Jr and his new bride, Sally as a wedding gift. The home's Classic Resurgence style was influenced by the 1893 World Columbian Exposition in Chicago where Pabst Beer won its blue ribbon. The house has been home to Quorum Architects since 2001. The main grand staircase has a large landing and "greeting" balcony that is used as a cocktail and coffee lounge. Allyson Nemec, Principal of Quorum Architects, often says the house likes to party. It's a festive and historical atmosphere that has a grand outdoor space to use as well.
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Seated Breakfast, Seated Lunch, Cocktail Reception, Seated Dinner, Boardroom Style Event, Late Night Event