Streetcar MKE Streetcar "The Hop": Plankinton Avenue Area

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Plankinton Avenue
Hop Stop: St Paul at Plankinton (westbound)
Hop Stop: St Paul at Plankinton (eastbound)
The Hop has two platforms in the Plankinton Avenue area: one platform is for westbound travel on the north side of E St Paul Ave west of N Plankinton Ave. The other platform, for eastbound travel, is on the south side of E St Paul Ave west of N Plankinton Ave.

Area Maps: Google / Bing / OpenStreetMap

Dining and Drinks

  • The Explorium Brewpub, Pritzlaff Building, 143 W Saint Paul Avenue: beers and dining; small batch, hand-crafted beer
  • Aperitivo, 311 N Plankinton Ave: aperativo="Italian after-work ritual"; tapas, snacks, drinks
  • Cambria Hotel Milwaukee, 503 N Plankinton Ave: hotel and 414 Bar + Kitchen
Convenience Store Shopping Parks / Open Space / Greenspace
  • Downtown Milwaukee Dog Park, approx 490 N Plankinton Ave: an in-development dog park and riverwalk section; in-development summer 2021 (not yet open)
  • Three Dancers Park, northeast corner of W St Paul Ave and N 2nd St: greenspace, open space, picnic tables
View / Photo Oppportunity Art or Sculpture
  • Three Dancers, northeast corner of W St Paul Ave and N 2nd St: sculpture "Three Dancers" by Richard Edelman in colors: cyan, yellow and magenta
Education
  • The Commons, 313 North Plankinton Ave, Suite 213: gain skills for innovation, entrepreneurship, and business incubation
  • devCodeCamp, 313 N Plankinton Ave, Suite 209: learn computer programming
Boats or Marina
Plankinton Avenue Hotel / Lodging Business, Mailing, or Printing Services
  • gener8tor, 333 N Plankinton Ave, Suite 211: business startups
Event Space
  • Pritzlaff Events, 315 N Plankinton Ave: Four historical warehouse spaces can host meetings, parties, or ceremonies ranging from small to 50, 100, 180, 300, or 600 guests
Bridge Walks From This Area
  • Walk to the Plankinton Building, from the Plankinton Avenue stop, walk north on Plankinton Ave (east side) to the alley to the south of the Plankinton Building. Walk west to an entrance from the parking area at about the middle of the building to enter at the rotounda and statue of John Plankinton. This is about a 6 minute walk, 500 meters.
Events Historic Sites
  • Pritzlaff Building, 315 N Plankinton Ave: historic building built from 1875 to 1922, former Pritzlaff Hardware store
Maps Plankinton Avenue Google
Bing
OpenStreetMap
Photos Plankinton Avenue

Pritzlaff Building on N Plankinton Ave

Hop Stop: St Paul at Plankinton (eastbound)

Hop Stop: St Paul at Plankinton (westbound)

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