100 East Wisconsin is the second tallest skyscraper in Wisconsin and in Milwaukee. It is 549 feet high and consists of thirty-seven floors. It was built in 1989 on the same location where the old 14-storey Pabst Building used to be. This site is also considered as the oldest and most historic among any construction spots in the city. This is because it was the same location where the first European in Milwaukee known as Henry Vleau settled. It was also the same spot where Solomon Juneau, the city?s founder, built his trading post and cabin in 1820.
The 100 East Wisconsin Building was designed by Tribble, Harris & Li architecture firm. The design inspiration was based on German architecture that is prevalent in the buildings found in the city center of Milwaukee.