The Historic Zuelke Building is included in the downtown district of Appleton, Wisconsin.
Situated 30 miles southwest of Green Bay and 100 miles north of Milwaukee, Appleton is the county seat of Outagamie County. Downtown Appleton is the heart of Wisconsin’s safest city and one of the fastest metropolitan areas, as well. As the economic, cultural, and social heart of the Fox Cities, Downtown Appleton is truly a destination of choice.
College and university life adds to the vibrancy of the region with Fox Valley Technical College and Lawrence University in Appleton, and the University of Wisconsin Fox Valley located in nearby Menasha.
Downtown Appleton is host to industry, entertainment and night life. Notable landmarks include the Fox Valley Performing Arts Center, the Trout Museum of Art, and Lawrence University, a Liberal Arts College with enrollment of 1,500.