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  2. List of tallest buildings in Milwaukee - Wikipedia

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    The city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is home to 118 high-rise buildings or skyscrapers, 53 of which stand at 200 ft (61 m) or taller. The majority of the city's tallest buildings are located north of the Interstate 794, south of Juneau Avenue, east of Interstate 43, and west of Lincoln Memorial Drive.

  3. U.S. Bank Center (Milwaukee) - Wikipedia

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    U.S. Bank Center is a skyscraper located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, noted for being the tallest building in the state of Wisconsin, and the tallest building between Chicago and Minneapolis. Topped off August 29, 1972, and completed in 1973, it was the headquarters for what eventually became Firstar Corporation from 1973 to 2001.

  4. Milwaukee Public Schools - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) is the largest school district in Wisconsin. As of the 2015–16 school year, MPS served 75,568 students in 154 schools and had 9,636 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff positions. [2]

  5. Milwaukee County Stadium - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee County Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Opened in 1953, it was primarily a baseball park for Major League Baseball's Milwaukee Braves and later the Milwaukee Brewers. It was also used for Green Bay Packers football games, ice skating, religious services, concerts, and other large events.

  6. Milwaukee Admirals - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel AHL.TV (Internet) Affiliates: Nashville Predators Florida Everblades : Franchise history; 1970: Milwaukee Wings: 1970–present: Milwaukee Admirals: Championships; Regular season titles: 2 AHL (2003–04, 2019–20) Division Championships: 1 USHL (1976–77) 4 IHL (1982–83, 1992–93, 1994–95, 1995–96)

  7. History of Milwaukee - Wikipedia

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    As Milwaukee's suburbs proliferated and the population of the city center began to disperse, Milwaukee annexed and incorporated the surrounding lands, recapturing a portion of its departing tax base and simultaneously supplying these areas with much-needed city services. The first plan for Wisconsin's highway system, with an aim to improve ...

  8. UW–Milwaukee Panther Arena - Wikipedia

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    The UW–Milwaukee Panther Arena (originally the Milwaukee Arena and formerly MECCA Arena and U.S. Cellular Arena) is an indoor arena located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.The arena, which seats as many as 12,700 people and offers 41,700 square feet (3,874 m 2) of floor space, is part of a larger downtown campus, that includes the Milwaukee Theatre and Wisconsin Center.

  9. Milwaukee Milkmen - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee Milkmen season records; Season League Division Regular Season Postseason Manager Ref Record Win% League Division GB Record Win% Result 2019 AA North 38-62 .380 T-10th 6th 26 — — Did not qualify Gary McClure 2020 AA N/A 34-26 .567 1st 1st — 4-1 .800 League champion, defeated Sioux Falls: Anthony Barone 2021: AA North 59-41 .590