Luxury condominium living in the heart of Downtown Madison
The Loraine was originally conceived as a 250-room hotel in 1922 by Milwaukee hotelier Walter Schroeder. Architect Herbert Tullgren designed the Tudor Revival structure and construction was completed in June, 1924. Hotel Loraine (named after Mr. Schroeder’s niece who died during construction) was so popular that a 100-room addition was completed one year later.
The new millennium brought new life to The Loraine. The building was designated a national landmark due to its history, location and architectural significance. Furthermore, this gem has been carefully restored and masterfully renovated back to residential use as luxury condominiums.