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Exclusive Offering: Loraine Penthouse #1007

Brandon Grosse

Brandon is our managing real estate broker with experience since 2001 in professional sales...

Brandon is our managing real estate broker with experience since 2001 in professional sales...

Feb 8 3 minutes read

2984 square feet of gorgeous overlooking the
Capitol Square

123 W. Washington Ave #1007 Madison, WI 53703

$1,350,000 | 3 Beds | 2 Full + 2 Half Baths |  2984 sq. ft 


Why We Love It

1)  Fantastic, top-of-line finishes

The steward's of this space took great care in their selections from the professional grade kitchen equipped with Wolf and Subzero to the large quartz island perfectly situated for food prep or entertaining.

The luxurious master suite boasts Capitol views as well as a large walk-in closet.

The master bathroom suite is adorned in Carrara Marble along with some of Kohler's finest fixtures.   Stress melts away in the Bain Ultra Therapeutic soaking tub or in the large walk-in marble shower.  

2)  It's turn-key!  

Not only are all the appliances included but so is all the entire Audio/Video package, Security System, Window treatments, Built-in shelving in Parking space and Storage unit plus all the furnishings on the rooftop patio terrace. 

In addition, most pieces of furniture are also available for purchase.   More information available upon request.

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. 

Hotel Loraine was renowned for its grand lobby, exquisite dining, and the fabulous Crystal Ballroom; site of many debutante balls, wedding receptions, and Madison’s largest social functions.  It played host to numerous notables during its history including Ethel Barrymore, Gloria Swanson, Mae West, Harry Truman, and John F. Kennedy. 

The new millennium brought new life to The Loraine.  The building has since been designated a national landmark due to its history, location, and architectural significance.  Furthermore, this gem has been carefully restored and masterfully renovated back to residential use as luxury condominiums. 


What You Need To Know

Avg. Energy Use

# of days
131 therms

0 therms
Monthly Avg.
26 therms
Last 12 mo.

Kilowatt Hours
# of days
2032 kWh

797 kWh
Monthly Avg.
1190 kWh
Last 12 mo.


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