When this neighborhood was first established in the early years of the city, it was known the Bloody Third, and the drama and activity invoked by that old nickname still exist today. Private residents, warehouses, the Milwaukee Public Market, and a variety of boutique shops and creative businesses all share the space of today's Historic Third Ward.
This region of downtown Milwaukee is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aside from the modern shopping and sights, this part of town is also the site of several historic markers tracing significant events, lending the area an air of gravitas and timelessness.
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