State Street Properties

Completed in 1982, 341 State Street was the first project by Urban Land Interests to involve new construction.  This retail cluster occupies the site of a former Shell gas station, midway between the State Capitol and the University of Wisconsin.  This mid-State Street location offers exceptional vehicular visibility via the heavily trafficked Gorham Street to retail tenants on the pedestrian State Street Mall.

A line of reddish-brown terra cotta in the facade separates the brick from the smooth-textured stone, giving the appearance of a skyline encapsulated within the stone.  The varying proportions between these traditional materials creates distinct store identities within the building that is unified architecturally.  A monumental stair at the apex and several two-story stores made multilevel retailing successful on this important downtown shopping street. 

Office Opportunities

Features

State Street Properties

  • Exceptional retail opportunites
  • Prime mid - State Street location
  • Equal proximity to the University of Wisconsin and the Capitol Building
  • Conveinently located near downtown luxury housing and the Overture Center for the Arts
  • Modern building systems
  • Storage opportunites
  • Loading and trash access behind building

Commercial News

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Energy Star Certification for the Glass US Bank Building
Urban Land Interest’s US Bank Plaza on the Capitol Square is Energy Star Certified. The US Bank Plaza on the Capitol Square has been an excellent example
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Introducing Tavernakaya
Restaurant tenant Tavernakaya, located in Urban Land Interests' 33 East Main building, opened this past December to great reviews and welcoming crowd.
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Office Instantly (with a view)
  Urban Land Interests proudly manages Capitol Executive Suites, a flexible executive office space on the Capitol Square. CES is made up of 44 unique
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