Learn how state-of-the-art media production facilities coexist with ornate chandeliers, vaulted ceilings and Neogothic flourishes.
At Plum Media, state-of-the-art media production facilities co-exist with ornate chandeliers, vaulted ceilings and Neogothic flourishes. Designed by architect A. C. Runzler and built in 1929 by Robert Reisinger Company, this Neogothic Revival building originally housed the showrooms of the Milwaukee Casket Company, which occupied several buildings on this block. Plum recently renovated the building, preserving original elements like chandeliers, terrazzo floors, and an impressive vault. The shiplap wall in the lobby was made from reclaimed floor molding, Cream City brick from a demolished outer building was incorporated into interior walls, and Mission-style balusters and railings adorn the staircases. Today, the building houses a 1000-square-foot production studio, sound recording facilities, and staff offices. Plum Media produces impactful videos and stages live and virtual events for clients throughout Milwaukee and around the world, all from our home in the Menomonee Valley.