Built in 1907, The Cudahy is Milwaukee’s oldest residential complex. The building was developed by Patrick Cudahy, the meatpacking magnate who also has a southern suburb named for him. His sons, John Cudahy and Michael F. Cudahy, developed the adjacent apartment tower. John’s son Michael J. Cudahy redeveloped the original building with childhood friend Fred Huber, the former CEO of Super Steel, starting in the 1980’s. It included adding a floor to The Cudahy, creating an eight-story building, and combining apartments into larger condominiums. This historic building has been renovated with modern convinces. Residents may feature numerous gas fireplaces, spacious living areas, beautiful millwork, ample storage and closet space, in-unit laundry, modern kitchens with granite countertops and high-end appliances, walk-in pantry and more. Living here you are within walking distance to enjoy Milwaukee’s main landmarks. Also, public transportation is nearby.