Thursday, February 24, 2022
Bradley Symphony Center, 212 W Wisconsin Ave
$100 Members | $125 Non-Members
In 2022, we will honor stake holders that are helping reshape Westown, just west of the River in Milwaukee's downtown.
About Remarkable Milwaukee
Each year, Historic Milwaukee, Inc. honors several individuals, businesses and organizations that have a strong history in Milwaukee and have made exemplary contributions to the city’s heritage and the built environment. The honorees selected are champions of architecture, design, adaptive reuse and historic preservation. They invest resources in preserving Milwaukee’s unique history while revitalizing Milwaukee’s neighborhoods.
- Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra for considerable renovation efforts of the historic Grand Theater.
- The Avenue, 3rd Street Market Hall, and GRAEF for revitalization and transformation of the former Grand Avenue Mall.
2022 Event: This year’s gala will be held in-person at the newly renovated Bradley Symphony Center’s Atrium event space. The evening will kick off with tours of Milwaukee’s Symphony Center’s historic theater and a silent auction. A sit-down catered dinner and presentations from the honorees will follow.
COVID protocol: We are encouraging attendees to wear masks when they are not eating or drinking. Proof of vaccine or negative COVID test will be required to attend.
Consider donating to the silent auction featured online and at the gala. As an auction donor, you would receive the following recognition: Business name in the event program guide; listing on the Historic Milwaukee website; social media highlight.
Sponsor Remarkable Milwaukee
Sponsors support Historic Milwaukee’s mission to increase awareness of and commitment to Milwaukee’s history, architecture and the preservation of our built environment. Proceeds help make programs like Doors Open and Spaces & Traces possible.
Remarkable Milwaukee beneﬁts Historic Milwaukee’s mission to increase awareness of and commitment to Milwaukee’s history, architecture and the preservation of our built environment. Proceeds help make programs like Doors Open and Spaces & Traces possible.
Featured photo of the Attrium at the Bradley Symphony Center by Scott Paulus.