• ULI 44 East Mifflin Building - Capitol Square, Downtown Madison
  • ULI 44 East Mifflin Building on the Capitol Square
  • ULI 44 East Mifflin Building - Farmers Market
  • ULI 44 East Mifflin Building Exterior

44 East Mifflin

44 East Mifflin is located on Madison's Capitol Square and boasts outstanding views of the State Capitol and Lake Mendota.  The main lobby and facade were extensively renovated by Urban Land Interests in 2008.  44 East Mifflin offers an ideal floor plate for small and medium sized tenants and has floor-to-ceiling windows on the North, East and South facades.  

Ample parking is available for clients and employees in the adjacent parking ramp.

Office Opportunities


44 East Mifflin

  • Expansive views of the Capitol Building and Lake Mendota
  • Private outdoor balconies on select office suites
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Client & visitor parking
  • On-site parking attendants
  • Bike parking
  • Easy direct building access from adjacent parking ramp

Tenant Resources

ULI takes pride in providing its tenants with first class services with the goal of exceeding expectations.  ULI's team includes janitorial professionals, parking attendants, technical maintenance personnel and trade specialists.  Our maintenance line is answered 24 hours a day.

44 East Mifflin Tenant Handbook

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