Journal Commons Apartments – Downtown Milwaukee Luxury Apartments
Journal Commons bring you the best in luxury apartment living with a touch of historic charm. Located in the long-time home of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, you will be living in an integral piece of Milwaukee’s history while enjoying a wide array of modern comforts.
The Journal Commons building was originally built in 1924 by Frank D. Chase, a notable architect from Chicago Illinois who was known for creating many newspaper and railroad buildings across the country. Journal Commons maintains many aspects of vintage aesthetic dreamed up by Frank D. Chase while updating the space for the modern world to bring you a one-of-a-kind apartment living experience in Downtown Milwaukee.
Countless stories of life in Milwaukee have been created within the walls of this building over the course of its 98 years, now it’s time for you to begin your story here.
Open Kitchen Concepts with Island
- Historic Floors & Windows
Stainless Steel Appliances
- Rooftop Club Room with Deck
- Co-Work Cafe
- Game Room & Historic Lounge
- Package Room
- Fitness Studio
- Secured Entry
- Indoor Heated Parking
- Bike Storage
- On-Site Management
- 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
- Perfect Downtown Location
- Views of FISERV and Deer District
Check out all the great places near Journal Commons. Our prime location in the Deer District provides plenty of fun! Support the Bucks down the street at Fiserv Forum, or catch your favorite musician or comedian at one of the numerous neighborhood venues. Enjoy scenic waterfront walks on Riverwalk Way, or head to Pere Marquette Park for exciting events and festivities. With everything within reach or just a few steps away, Journal Commons is one of the most sought-after places to call home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.