Whitney School Lofts

215 Webster Ave. - Green Bay, WI


Located within walking distance of downtown, Whitney School Lofts and Townhomes offer residents access to a vibrant city lifestyle while maintaining neighborhood charm. Lofts feature stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, in-unit washer and dryers, floor-to-ceiling windows, original wood floors, tall ceilings… all within a historic schoolhouse. The Whitney School Lofts and Townhomes property contains a large green space for outdoor activities, a party room, cafe space and gym. Bring your pets, as cats and dogs are welcome here!

For leasing information, contact:

Julie Maager
Alliance Management


Loft 105– Webster Ave view
Loft 106– Green Space view. Patio
Loft 107– Green Space view. Patio
Floor 1 Overview
Loft 201– Webster Ave view
Loft 205– Webster Ave view
Loft 206– Green Space view
Loft 207– Green Space view
Loft 208– Green Space view
Loft 209– Green Space view
Floor 2 Overview
Loft 301– Webster Ave view
Loft 305– Webster Ave view
Floor 3 Overview


Loft 102– Green Space view. Patio
Loft 103– Webster Ave view
Loft 104– Green Space view. Patio
Floor 1 Overview
Loft 202– Green Space view
Loft 203– Webster Ave view
Loft 204– Green Space view
Floor 2 Overview
Loft 302– Green Space view
Loft 303– Webster Ave view
Loft 304– Green Space view
Loft 306– Green Space view
Loft 307– Green Space view
Floor 3 Overview

  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • parking on-site available
  • Large outdoor and entertainment space
  • Gym
  • Cafe space
  • Party room
  • High-efficiency furnace
  • Central air conditioning
  • High-quality cabinetry
  • Original hardwood floors
  • Quartz countertops
  • High ceilings
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Professionally managed by Alliance Management
  • 24/7 maintenance staff on call
  • Fob system entry
  • Pet Friendly


Whitney School Lofts and Townhomes are a ten-minute walk from downtown and across the street from Whitney Park, established in 1829 by one of the city’s early founding fathers, Daniel Whitney. The historic park hosts a summer concert series and has a new off-leash dog park.

The School provides more diverse housing opportunities for those who are interested in the historic neighborhood but might not be ready to purchase a property, allowing them to find an upscale rental unit while also enjoying nearby amenities like Whitney Park.

“The Whitney School project reinforces the fact that this is an up-and-coming, cool neighborhood where people want to be,” Garritt Bader of GB Real Estate Investments said. “And it provides more housing options for those who don’t want to own a townhouse—you can now rent a nice apartment in the neighborhood.”

Building History:

Whitney School was built in 1918 by Green Bay architects Foeller and Schober, known for building many other schools in northeast Wisconsin in the early part of the 20th century. The Wisconsin Historical Society notes that the structure replaced an earlier Whitney School on site, named for Daniel Whitney, who had owned the property.

The building is of a neo-classical revival style, constructed with load-bearing bricks and limestone accents. Special cornice panels portray youth with a book and an owl perched atop the building. The school features special interior aspects such as terrazzo-lined tile corridors, and is one of only three surviving Green Bay schools from the early 20th century effort to build new schools.

The Green Bay School District closed Whitney School in 1979, and it was purchased by Bellin Health system in 1983, and later purchased by the late Harry Macco, a Green Bay business owner who recognized the historic value of the structure and had hoped to preserve it.

When Milwaukee View purchased the property from the Macco family in 2017, the company removed modern interior hallways and walls that Bellin had constructed to make its office space, exposing the wide original hallways and historic fabric of the building. Only after exposing the original elements of Whitney School was it added to the Wisconsin State Historic Registry and the National Register of Historic Places.

“It’s a passion for us to bring life back into historic buildings like this,” said Lindsey Bovinet, managing partner. “It’s difficult to find properties that offer the potential for beautiful, vintage, loft-style apartments like these.”