The Saint James Court Historic Apartments building is located in downtown Milwaukee, just East of Marquette’s campus and across from the Public Library; the actual address is 831 W. Wisconsin. St. James was built in 1903 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its architects, Ferry & Clas, designed a number of very prominent Milwaukee buildings including the Central Library and the Pabst Mansion.
Saint James Court has been completely restored in accordance with the US Department of Interior’s standards for historic renovation. The building offers a blend of historic charm and exceptional customer service at an exciting downtown location. Saint James Court has a resident manager who is thorough, attentive, and uncompromising in his approach to customer service.
Character abounds with hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, stained glass, claw foot tubs, high ceilings, lots of big windows, a mahogany and marble entrance, a completely restored bird cage elevator, etc.
Apartments are big and roomy. The colorful, meticulously maintained flower garden, which has won two Mayor’s Awards, is a sure sign that Saint James Court is a very special place. At Saint James Court you’ll feel cozy, comfortable, and right at home.