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1785 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,255 - $3,055 | Studio - 3 Beds

(678) 981-7858

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401 W Michigan St, Milwaukee, WI 53203
$1,200 - $3,160 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 930-2996

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1551 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,235 - $3,749 | Studio - 3 Beds

(414) 219-1067

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2141 S Robinson Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207
$1,139 - $2,654 | Studio - 3 Beds

(414) 433-3894

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1437 N Jefferson St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,565 - $1,880 | 1 - 2 Beds

(414) 269-8186

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1818 N Commerce St, Milwaukee, WI 53212
$1,200 - $2,149 | 1 - 2 Beds

(414) 939-9241

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1918 E Lafayette Pl, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,465 - $4,380 | 1 - 3 Beds

(414) 255-3070

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2200 N Commerce St, Milwaukee, WI 53212
$1,345 - $2,045 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 311-0786

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1404 N Van Buren St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,275 - $3,137 | 1 - 2 Beds

(262) 293-4821

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9810 Echelon Ln, Milwaukee, WI 53226
$1,350 - $2,020 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 930-2989

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$1,210 - $3,100 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 312-6570

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1212 E Ogden Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,380 - $2,390 | 1 - 2 Beds

(414) 269-5476

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124 W Washington St, Milwaukee, WI 53204
$1,095 - $1,850 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 751-6958

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1640 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,175 - $1,795 | Studio - 1 Bed

(414) 939-9806

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4401 W Deer Run Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53223
$1,050 - $1,555 | 1 - 3 Beds

(414) 446-3353

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1029 N Jackson St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$825 - $1,695 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 269-5331

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144 N Jefferson St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
$1,375 - $2,595 | 1 - 2 Beds

(414) 386-8528

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2628 N Humboldt Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 326-9950

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3950 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211
$1,165 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 979-8248

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933 N Marshall St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Call for Rent | 2 Beds

(844) 897-6208

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841 N 15th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233
$535 - $720 | Studio - 1 Bed

(414) 939-8152

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6510 W English Meadows Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53220
$634 - $859 | Studio - 2 Beds

(414) 306-7239

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611 W National Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53204
$1,115 - $1,450 | 2 Beds

(844) 432-5698

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5401-B W Presidio Ln, Milwaukee, WI 53223
$1,085 - $1,685 | 2 Beds

(414) 939-9037

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8183 N 107th St, Milwaukee, WI 53224
$798 - $1,309 | 1 - 2 Beds

(414) 939-9554

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Milwaukee, WI Apartments for Rent

Along the shores of Lake Michigan lies Wisconsin’s most populous city – Milwaukee. The skyline rolls over the various buildings as the Root River and Lincoln Creek flow throughout the city. With nicknames like “Brew City,” “Beer City,” “Brew Town,” and “Beertown,” it may be a little more than obvious what the preferred drink of choice is around here. With a population of more than 599,000 and 96.8 square miles of area, Milwaukee is a big city with a big appetite for a good time.

Milwaukee was only a trading post when it was first settled in 1785. By the 1840s, three towns had sprung up around the trading post, with rivalries ensuing that eventually led to the Milwaukee Bridge War of 1845. After the war fighting ceased, the towns decided to unite and incorporate as the city of Milwaukee in January of 1846. The city began to grow as an influx of immigrants made their way to the city, most of which were German. Since then, with the change of the nation and economy, ethnicities made their way to the city as well, including Polish, European, Serbian, African American, and Mexican American.

To this day, there is still a large German influence in Milwaukee that includes a great deal of eateries, annual festivals, and a traditional German beer hall. Milwaukee’s South Side is widely known by the locals as a Polish community as the Polish culture is still dominant in this part of the city.

Things to Do in Milwaukee:

Milwaukee is a big city with lots of great amenities to offer its residents. The arts and culture, museums, attractions, and more all provide so many different things to do in Milwaukee. Whether you are a history buff, an art collector, or just a regular Joe who likes to try new things, Milwaukee has all that you need and a few things that you may not need but you want, so you get anyways.

It’s typical to have attractions in a big city and Milwaukee certainly supplies. The Milwaukee County Zoo is one of the best in the U.S. and house 2,500 animals. History and natural science meet at the Milwaukee Public Museum where you can explore and learn more about our history than ever before. See the beautiful architecture of the Pabst Mansion, built in 1892. The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory will take your breath away with its one-of-a-kind domes that house its collection of various plants and flowers. Explore the history of open-road freedom and rebellion at the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Aside from these wonderful attractions, there needs to be some family and adult-style fun – Milwaukee once again comes through. The entire family can “Eat. Drink. Play.” all day at Dave and Buster’s or you can all head to Bounce Milwaukee for hours of laser tag, inflatable obstacle courses, and more. Kick things into high gear with go-karts at Lightspeed. Adults can have a great night out at a high-energy bar unlike any other – Evolution Milwaukee Gastro Pong – with its 12 ping pong tables, two bars, and great food.  For a little more excitement, the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino has 100 table games, 3,100 slot machines, and a Poker Room.

The art and cultural scene in Milwaukee is jam packed with performing arts. From ballet to opera, the professional excellence will give you chills. The Milwaukee Ballet presents art in the form of dance through classical and contemporary forms. The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is the state’s largest performing arts organization and offers thrilling concerts throughout the year. Experience an authentic cabaret with Stackner Cabaret in the Milwaukee Center complex. Elevate your standards of musical and theatrical entertainment with the Florentine Opera Company. Witness in sight and sound the best choral organization around with the Bel Canto Chorus.

You can’t live in Milwaukee and not try any of the beer; it’s what “made Milwaukee famous.” With bars and restaurants containing long lists of beer options and brewery tours, Milwaukee has beer on tap, by the bottle, can, and keg. Take a gut-busting, beer drinking tour with Lakefront Brewery – the first beer company to bottle fruit beer since prohibition and the first certified gluten-free beer. Visit the Sprecher Brewing Company for a taste of their Black Bavarian, one of the top U.S. beers, or the best root beer in the nation. Don’t leave out a tour of Milwaukee’s newest micro-brewery, the Milwaukee Brewing Company. Don’t visit all these places in one day.

What to Consider When Moving to Milwaukee:

There are lots of great city across the U.S. and each of them has their own story, from history to present day. When moving to an apartment in Milwaukee it is important that you know that story. Make sure you know what the major economic industries are, know the climate and how it varies during the seasons, and know all the fun and interesting facts that might make Milwaukee stand out even more to you – like its professional sports, for example. Milwaukee is a major destination for sports fans around the country as it has professional, non-professional, and collegiate sports of all kinds within the city limits.

Baseball fans fill the stands at Miller Park to watch the MLB Milwaukee Brewers — after they’ve finished tailgating in the parking lot of course. It’s a red-and-green takeover at the BMO Harris Bradley Center whenever the NBA Milwaukee Bucks step on the court. You won’t want to miss Bango, the team mascot, as he puts on a show during halftime.

Don’t forget about the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals, also playing at the Bradley Center — just on the ice — as they provide fast action for the fans. The Milwaukee Wave’s indoor soccer matches also pack a ton of fast-paced action at the Milwaukee U.S. Cellular Arena. The women of Milwaukee’s flat track roller derby league – Brewcity Bruisers – bring the pain and the action to the U.S. Cellular Arena as well.

On the collegiate side, there are plenty of games to see all year round as the Marquette University Golden Eagles have 10 Division I teams, all in the BIG EAST conference. Let’s not forget about the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers. With 13 Division I men’s and women’s teams, the Panthers are top competitors.

Why Milwaukee Apartments Are Hot:

Sports, beer, fun attractions, more beer, fantastic museums, and even more beer – yes, Milwaukee apartments are hot, especially to beer drinkers. Milwaukee isn’t all about the brews; it is also a city full of culture, life, and laughs. There is always a good time to be had in Milwaukee, and you don’t want to miss out on it. Whether you’re cheering on your favorite professional sports team, playing ping pong or arcade games, watching the ballet, or visiting the animals at the zoo, there is an adventure waiting for you outside of these Milwaukee apartments.

Why Milwaukee?

  • Take the family to experience the hands-on exhibits at Discovery World and Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
  • Beloved attractions like the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Public Museum, the Harley Davidson House, and Old World Wisconsin
  • The National Recreation and Park Association award the Milwaukee County Park System a National Gold Medal Award in 2009 for excellence in park management
  • Milwaukee is known nationally for its role in the beer industry, and Milwaukee Brewery is the oldest still-functioning major brewery in the country
  • Located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan for sailing, windsurfing, and fishing
  • Nicknamed the “City of Festivals” for its variety of ethnically themed festivals, the Wisconsin State Fair, and Summerfest, one of the largest music festivals in the world

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