George Zeisler Building
201 Pearl St | Designated 06/22/1995
Notice of Designation of Historic Structure
National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form
Stylized "rising sun" design in the pediment above the bracketed sheet metal cornice over the central front entrance and on the west side contrasting white stone belt courses above and below 2nd story windows; minor cornice at second level and above the stone front; fluted cast iron pilasters frame the recessed entrance door; glass store front has been replaced and door to upper story has been filled with brick. Exhibiting excellent architectural integrity, the Zeisler Building is one of the best examples of the small vernacular two story commercial building of Italianate influence still in extant in the commercial area. This certainly was built by Zeisler in order to sell his beer from his brewery much like the Gund brewery.
-(Historical notes from the Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory).
This site is located with the Downtown Commercial Historic District.
This site is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.