See inside Third Ward penthouse condo with rooftop terrace on sale block for $3.49M: Open House

A luxury rooftop condo, with a large deck and sculpture garden, along the Milwaukee River in Milwaukee’s Third Ward neighborhood recently went on the sale block with an asking price of $3.49 million. Check out the attached slideshow to get a look inside the highest-priced downtown condo currently on the market.

The 5,000-square-foot condo, located at 102 N. Water St., has three bedrooms and three and half bathrooms. A boat slip on the Milwaukee River is included.

“This (condo) features a unique blend of natural materials, which create a slight tension between the cooler elements of granite, stone and metal juxtaposed with the warmer elements of natural wood and fire,” the listing states. “Floor to ceiling windows showcase the elegant rooftop terrance with sculpture garden.”

It had a 2022 property tax bill of $47,920 and monthly condo dues of $1,385.

The listing is being handled by Nancy Meeks of JSG of Keller Williams. You can see the full listing by clicking here.

The condo is located near Marine Terminal Lofts, 311 E. Erie St., where former Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer recently leased his million-dollar condo along the Milwaukee River for one of the highest prices in recent memory in downtown Milwaukee. Find out more about that transaction and see inside the condo by clicking here.

Until this unit on North Water Street was put up for sale, a unique condo in downtown Milwaukee’s luxury Kilbourn Tower was the most expensive on the market with an asking price of $3 million. Find out more and see inside this condo by clicking here.

In another recent high-end transaction, a two-story penthouse condo with Lake Michigan views on Milwaukee’s lower east side was sold for $1.3 million. Located in an 18-story building across from the marina called 1522 on the Lake, the 4,241-square-foot unit has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half-bath. Click here to find out more and to get a look inside.


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