OSHKOSH - A former beer hall in Oshkosh has been recognized as a historical landmark.
It's the former Schlitz Beer Hall on North Main Street. It's now known as Oblio's Lounge.
The 1884 building is the first to be recognized by Oshkosh's Landmarks Commission.
The group helps protect and promote structures from the past.
To be eligible, a building must be 50 years old or older, and have original architectural design.
"The architecture is unique. Much of the architecture on Main Street is unique to the period of the 1880's and we want to start to recognize those properties that have been well maintained over the last 100, 125 years," said Steve Cummings, who is a member of the Landmarks Commission.
Cummings said he hopes to preserve several other historical buildings on Main Street.
Owners have to apply and be accepted before they can receive their own date plaque.
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