Originally built as a grocery/wholesale warehouse in 1886 by a couple of characters named Meyer and Raapke, this old beauty had been divided into two and was still a wide open warehouse space from the second floor on up. Here on the outskirts of the Market on a relatively quiet downtown street, a facelift was in order.

The idea was to bring these two buildings back together, the way they were intended to be.  And when we say facelift, we mean it: just check the before and afters. [Need to ask Eric Wieseler more specifically about what they did to change the façade so remarkably and enter that info here, assuming the process is interesting.]


About the Meyer-Raapke Building

Opened doors: Need date

Ground floor:

Restaurant with an expansive beer list (Wilson & Washburn)

2nd floor:

Office space (Flywheel)

3rd and 4th floors:

12 one- and two-bedroom apartments featuring quartz countertops, hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, arched windows, 20-foot ceilings, and more

Floor Plans:

Third Floor Plans
2 Bedroom 2 Bath (1388 sqft.)
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (683 sqft.)
2 Bedroom 2 Bath (1367 sqft.)
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (844 sqft.)
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (677 sqft.)
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (857 sqft.)

Fourth Floor Plans
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (1367 sqft.)

Fourth Floor Plans + Loft
1 Bedroom 1 Bath (677 sqft.)
2 Bedroom 1 Bath (857 sqft.)