Walker’s Point is a residential and industrial neighborhood located south of the Third Ward, north of Bay View and along the eastern part of the Menomonee River Valley. Originally a fur trading post, Walker’s Point is one of three settlements that merged to create the City of Milwaukee. Today, a myriad of underutilized factories and warehouses have been renovated into businesses and residences, making for an urban living experience that is uniquely its own, creating some of Milwaukee’s most commercially unique neighborhoods.
Its daytime and nightlife scene includes craft breweries and distilleries housed in industrial spaces, wine bars, LGBT bars, cafes, antique stores, tattoo shops, Latin clubs, Mexican eateries, trendy American bistros and locavore brunch spots. The Allen-Bradley Clock Tower is a city icon located in Walkers Point, featuring a large 4-sided clock.