Want to check out our Walker’s Point studios? Fill out the form below!
On your tour of Radio Milwaukee, you’ll be treated to a “behind the scenes” tour of our home at 220 E. Pittsburgh Avenue. We’ll start downstairs, viewing our performance space and on-air studios and end on the green roof (weather permitting), a unique rooftop space offering views of the Hoan Bridge, the Summerfest grounds, Walker’s Point, and downtown Milwaukee. Tours take about 30 minutes.
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Originally built in 1952 as a manufacturing building for J.C. Busch Co. — which manufactured precision machined angles, plates, and other metalwork — 88Nine Radio Milwaukee’s new home was currently designed by HGA Architects and features barn wood from a dairy barn built in the early 1900s in Sheboygan County. The building features a 2,500 Sf green roof composed of a tray system planted with mixed sedum, and can hold up to 1,500 gallons of rainwater. The new home has new studios equipped with the latest technology; sound-proof recording studios for broadcasting, recording and production; a 100-seat performance studio for live performances and events; opportunities for local musicians to meet and collaborate in a physical space, and more.
Please fill out this form to reserve a spot for a tour.