Bellevue Apartments

© Photographed October 3, 2015
Designated 1986 by Madison Landmarks Commission
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43° 4.393′ N, 89° 22.816′ W

BELLEVUE APARTMENTS
1913-1914
Constructed by local builder Charles E. Marks, the Bellevue was the largest and most expensive apartment building erected during Madison's pre-World War I apartment house boom. Advertised as a place of "ease and comfort," the Bellevue featured such Victorian luxuries as built-in leaded glass bookcases and fireplaces. The building pioneered modern conveniences, including electric elevators, food and laundry service, and centralized vacuum, trash disposal and refrigerator systems.
Designated December 1, 1988
Madison Landmarks Commission

The building and marker are located on eastbound East Wilson Street, at its intersection with South Pinckney Street, at or near 29 East Wilson Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703.




The marker is mounted to the facade, to the left of the staircase.



Screenshot of vintage postcard provided by CardCow.com.
The building and marker are located in Madison, Wisconsin.

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