Wisconsin Center
Major convention, sports entertainment complex. Located six blocks south.

BMO Harris Bradley Center
20,000 seats, $53 million sports and entertainment complex is home to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Milwaukee Admirals, the Milwaukee Wave, the Milwaukee Mustangs and the Marquette Golden Eagles. Located four blocks south.
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
Home of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and other arts, music, and drama groups. Located five blocks south.

Historic Turner Hall
Constructed in 1882 and dedicated in 1883, Turner Hall is one of several important Milwaukee buildings designed by architect and German immigrant Henry H. Koch. Koch was also the architect for Milwaukee’s famous City Hall and the Pfister Hotel. Turner Hall is the only building in Milwaukee that currently holds the three following honorary architectural and historical designations: a National Landmark, a listing on the National Registry of Historic Places, and a local Historical Landmark.  It's also home to the legendary fish fries at Turner Hall Restaurant. 

Milwaukee Theatre
Another historic assembly venue. Located five blocks south.
U.S. Cellular Arena
Major sports and entertainment venue. Located five blocks south.
Milwaukee School of Engineering is steps away and its new Kern Center and coming soon soccer field are catalytic developments in the Park East corridor.