A Wrestler & the Contractor
Enjoy Capitol views in both of these condominium homes located in the historic Loraine building
#710 | 1 Bed | 1.5 Baths | 967 sq. ft | $349,900
#611 | 2 Bed | 2 Baths | 1314 sq. ft. | $429,900
These two condos now available in the historic Loraine building won't last long! Amazing views of the Wisconsin State Capitol and Madison city skyline PLUS gorgeous kitchens/baths complete with stainless steel appliances, custom backsplashes, granite countertops, and more!
Why We Love Them
1) Fantastic Views
Both of these condominiums feature fantastic views from every window. Enjoy Capitol views out of both #710 and #611.
Beautiful kitchens equipped with solid maple cabinets, granite countertops, custom tile backsplashes and stainless steel G.E. Profile appliances make for the perfect venue to prepare a meal.
3) Historic Building
The Loraine was conceived as a 250-room hotel in 1922 by Milwaukee hotelier Walter Schroeder. Architect Herbert Tullgren designed the Tudor Revival structure and construction was completed in June 1924.
Hotel Loraine was the largest and arguably the most prestigious hotel in Madison. At an initial cost of $1.1 million, Hotel Loraine was the most expensive commercial building in the city. Its prominent location, on the site of Henry Proudfit’s home, provided a seamless link between the affairs of Wisconsin’s government at the Capitol and the academia at the University of Wisconsin.
THE DEMETRALNamed for local wrestling promoter Jimmy Demetral who lived in The Loraine during its heyday as Madison's premier hotel...
The S.M. Siesel Co of Milwaukee was hired as the general contractor for Hotel Loraine. Construction commenced in 1923 and was completed approximately one year later...
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