Built in 1917 by architects Balch & Lippert, this prairie-style downtown Madison landmark was converted into Nichols Station Condominiums in 2006. Located just steps from the Capitol, Nichols Stations sits directly across from beautiful Lake Mendota & James Madison Park. Units feature maple hardwoods, wood-burning fireplaces, a large serene courtyard, same floor storage & heated underground parking. A few lucky Nichols Station owners enjoy fabulous-yet affordable-Lake Mendota views. Designated a Madison landmark by the Madison Landmarks Commission on October 25th, 1993, Read more...
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Nichols Station is significant for its role in the advancement of water works technology and the public works history of Madison. The design introduced a steam operated pumping system, a turning point in water works technology which replaced the artesian well system. The new station was equipped with two Allis-Chalmers steam-driven pumping units of eight-million gallons per day c
apacity each. One of these pumps remains in place. Elements of the prairie style used on this building were adopted system-wide and appear on most of Madison’s subsequent water works building.
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