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Third Ward Dental S.C.
219 N. Milwaukee Street
Fifth Floor, Phoenix Building
Milwaukee, WI  53202
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From the South:  I-43 North to I-794 East. Exit on Plankington Avenue, go north and immediately turn left on Clybourn Street, go west 2 blocks to 2nd Street, turn left and proceed south1 block to St. Paul Avenue. Turn left on St. Paul and go east 4 blocks to Milwaukee Street. Turn right and go south 1.5 blocks. The office is on your right, the parking lot is on your left. We will pay for your parking in this lot.

Alternate route from the South: Exit Milwaukee Street from I-794 West. Turn left (a very sharp left) onto Milwaukee Street southbound. Proceed south 2.5 blocks. The office is on your right, the parking lot is on your left.

From the North: I-43 South to I-794 East. Exit on Plankington Avenue, go north and immediately turn left on Clybourn Street, go west 2 blocks to 2nd Street, turn left and proceed south1 block to St. Paul Avenue. Turn left on St. Paul and go east 4 blocks to Milwaukee Street. Turn right and go south 1.5 blocks. The office is on your right, the parking lot is on your left. We will pay for your parking in this lot.

Alternate route from the North: Take Lincoln Memorial Drive south to Michigan Avenue, turn right, go 5 blocks to Milwaukee Street, turn left. and proceed south 3.5 blocks. The office is on your right, the parking lot is on your left.

From the West: Exit Jackson Street/Van Buren Street from I-794. Bear right onto Jackson Street southbound. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Chicago Street (at the Italian Community Center). Go 2 blocks and turn right onto Milwaukee Street. The office is on your left, the parking lot is on your right.
  

About the Phoenix Building

In 1917 architect O.C Uehling designed the Phoenix Knitting Co. Plant #4 to house Phoenix's dyeing, washing, and knitting operations. The historic building was renovated and renamed the Phoenix Building in 1980, when Mr. Herman Weingrod bought the building. Dr. Moser’s father, Bob, worked for the M. Weingrod Company from the day after he graduated from Rufus King High School until his retirement.