b'MOVE MKE: MILWAUKEE LIVINGDistinctively MilwaukeeLibrary of Congress VISIT Milwaukee VISIT MilwaukeeFORECASTING FLAMETHE DOMESMILWAUKEE PUBLIC MARKET Sitting atop the former Wisconsin GasThe Mitchell Park Horticultural ConservatoryThis downtown food, shopping and social Company building downtown, this iconicconsists of three conoidal domes - the onlynexus offers distinctive artisan, ethnic, flame predicts the weather: when red,in the world. Built in the early 1960s, eachhand-crafted and local products, as well as warmth ahead; when gold, watch for cold;dome features a different environment -freshly-made prepared foods featuring when blue, no change in view; and when itarid, tropical and a show dome forindependent merchants. Enjoy outdoor flickers, expect snow or rain. seasonal displays.seasonal stalls and an indoor Palm Garden. Noteworthy ArchitectureKristine Hinrichs PhotographyThe Hoan Bridge(Milwaukee River and the Lakefront) The iconic, tiered arch bridge connects Milwaukees downtown toVISIT MilwaukeeBay View. Built in the 1970s, it won the 1975 Long Span BridgeMilwaukee Art MuseumAward from the American Institute of Steel Construction. Lined(700 N. Art Museum Dr.) with 2,600 LED lights, it provides a rainbow of colors at night andDesigned by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and dedicated in changing color displays for special tributes or celebrations. 2001, the iconic lakefront addition features a brise soleil, which,City of Milwaukeewhen opened, soars like a bird over the addition below with theCity Hallwingspan equal to a Boeing 747.Part of a beautiful lakeshore(200 E. Wells St.) campus comprised of other noteworthy architectural landmarks. The most symbolic building in the downtown landscape, Federal CourthouseMilwaukees City Hall is one of (517 E. Wisconsin Ave.)only a handful of buildings in the One of the last bastions of Romanesque Revival Architecture inworld designed in the Flemish the Midwest, the Milwaukee Federal Building and U.S.Renaissance style. Huge granite Courthouse is a downtown icon with an impressive glass- arches support a 350-foot bell topped atrium that dominates its interior. Because of securitytower, the ornately sculpted concerns, access is often restricted, but the interior can oftenexterior and the buildings eight-be viewed during the annual Doors Open Milwaukee eventstory indoor atrium.(historicmilwaukee.org/doors-open) that allows people to tour many of the citys historical and modern architectural gems. 12 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'