At the heart of the city and in sync with its beat, East Town offers a fashionable, upscale vibe. Accessibility is a key feature of this urban landscape, where the vitality of downtown and distinctive skyline structures are coupled with the amenities of lakeside living. At the nexus of major community events and natural beauty, a surge in exciting new developments will be enhanced by the capstone Lakefront Gateway Project and Park, the newest addition to Milwaukee’s “Grand Necklace of Parks.” Residents enjoy superb shopping, fine dining, open-air eateries, historic theaters, live music venues and, with construction of a new arena complex, expanded options in the future. Pere Marquette Park, along the Milwaukee River, and Cathedral Square, adjacent to the historic Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, host weekly concerts, farmers’ markets, a morning speaker series for professionals, festivals and other outdoor events.
1100 N. Cass Street, East Town: Premier location in the heart of downtown offering luxury living; boutique development; spectacular finishes; superb lake and city views; best walkability in the city; steps away from the lakefront, art museum, Metro Market, and Cathedral Square; surrounded by a myriad of dining, nightlife, and cultural event options; tucked away from noise and traffic. 92 apartments, from $1,495. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 209-1828; Email: CityGreen@NLEDevelopment.com
1404 North Van Buren Street, Upper East Side: Spacious apartments and private-entry townhomes with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; fireplaces and vaulted ceilings in many floor plans; in-home washer/dryer; clubroom; fitness center; park; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking and private garages. 188 apartments, from $1,245. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 273-0773. Email: email@example.com
1623 N. Jackson Street, Park East: A boutique, new-construction property offering sophisticated urban apartments on the border of upscale East Town and trendy Park East. Tucked away on quiet Jackson Street, you'll be away from the bustle, but still just steps from the excitement, fine cuisine, wellness options and entertainment offered by Brady and Water streets. Heated, woodgrain floors; granite counters; subway tile backsplashes; large balconies. 33 apartments, from $1,425. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 209-1348. Email: Encore@NewLandMKE.com
1110 E. Ogden Avenue, Upper East Side: 1- and 2-bedroom apartment homes; walking distance to lakefront, shopping, restaurants, Cathedral Square, Summerfest grounds and nightlife; fitness center; business lounge; concierge service; clubroom; outdoor patio with fire pit; indoor parking and pet friendly. 114 apartments from $1,375 (1 Bedroom) or $1,575 (2 Bedroom). A Metropolitan Community. Telephone: (414) 277-7726; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
1551 N. Water Street, Park East: Luxury apartments in prime, historic location on Milwaukee River; studio, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom floor plans; in-home laundries; granite/stone countertops; stainless-steel appliances; amenity package includes rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen, swimming pool, bowling alley, theater room, game room, fitness center, WiFi café, sports book lounge and pet spa; ground floor retail offers Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Anytime Fitness, nail and hair salon, personal trainers and Birch + Butcher restaurant; pet friendly; indoor parking. 650 apartments, from $1,095. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 224-8900; E-mail: email@example.com
1640 N. Water Street, Park East: Steps from the river, Brady Street and downtown; embodies “Live-Work-Play” philosophy, with nightlife, shopping, entertainment, grocery stores, coffee shops and restaurants footsteps away; brand-new studios (with dining table for 5 that converts into a queen bed!) and 1-bedroom apartments; heated, woodgrain floors; granite counters; Blomberg stainless-steel appliances; large balconies. 140 apartments, from $1,175. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 209-1348; Email: Rhythm@NewLandMKE.com