UWM sells historic Alumni House offices for conversion to non-public property

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Alumni House has been sold to local business operator and philanthropist Andy Nunemaker.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s historic Alumni Residence has been bought to Milwaukee business enterprise operator and philanthropist Andy Nunemaker for $1.8 million, it was declared Wednesday.

Nunemaker strategies to renovate the setting up into a non-public residence — its initial objective in advance of getting made use of by UWM as a dormitory and offices.

The 3-tale, 18,000-sq.-foot constructing, 3230 E. Kenwood Blvd., is identified for its Tudor Revival architectural style and its spot just north of Lake Park and Lincoln Memorial Travel.

The 14-bedroom mansion and its 9.3-acre large amount are together valued at $1.93 million, according to town assessment documents.

The hard cash-strapped UW Technique in July began seeking proposals for the property to be bought or leased.

The mansion was designed in 1923 as the Myron T. and Gertrude MacLaren House, according to the university. Its lot features 175 toes of frontage on Lake Michigan.

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