Moving to a new city can be a bit of a challenge. Not only do you have to close up shop at your last home, but moving can sometimes require jumping headlong into an unfamiliar city. The first questions that usually cross people’s minds are: Where am I going to live? How do I know where I can find a quality lifestyle that I can afford? For many, the answer is apartment living.
There's an apartment home for every lifestyle in the Milwaukee area. There are modern, state-of-the-art facilities that offer maid service, exercise rooms, concierge service – even in-house convenience stores – among other amenities. Stately homes, duplexes and “mother-in-law” apartments are available for rent in residential neighborhoods of Milwaukee and its suburbs.
In recent years there has been an explosion in the development of luxury apartments to meet the needs of urban professionals and retirees who prefer renting over home ownership. These units can be found throughout the metropolitan area and feature large floor plans (typically 1,000 to 3,000 square feet). They are often equipped with high-end appliances, including microwaves, stoves, dishwashers, refrigerators and washers and dryers. They offer dens, cathedral ceilings and enclosed parking.
Depending on the property, these apartments offer dens, cathedral ceilings and enclosed parking. Health club facilities and clubrooms are popular amenities, and some apartment properties have on-site convenience stores, in-house movie theaters and guest suites. Many properties are carefully designed and tastefully landscaped to blend into their natural settings using environmentally sensitive designs to minimize their impact on the surroundings.
A variety of apartments are available throughout the metropolitan area with different amenities, features and rental prices. The following listings provide the name and address of the apartment complex, the number and types of units, monthly rent range, amenities and other information, including whether pets are allowed. Apartments are grouped according to their location, which makes it easier to find an apartment that meets your budget, includes the amenities you want and is close to where you work or want to live. Following is a description of the geographic areas used for our apartment listings:
Information for the following listings was provided by apartment managers in January 2017. Please check with the individual properties for current lease rates and arrangements.
There’s nothing like apartment living in downtown Milwaukee. You’re close to the action and within walking distance of Lake Michigan, the theater and entertainment districts. The apartments listed below are located east of I-43 from National Avenue on the south to the southern boundary of Shorewood on the north. This includes several of the areas popular for young people and empty nesters, including Milwaukee’s East Side, the trendy Third Ward and the Fifth Ward. It also includes new developments along the Milwaukee River in the Park East Corridor.
Brady Street & Upper East Side
The Brady Street neighborhood offers the chance to actively engage in the ongoing revitalization of this popular area. The neighborhood has transformed itself into a model for the “New Urbanism,” while retaining its bohemian character and ethnic roots. Community prevails, strengthened by various events and festivals: Of note are the eponymous Brady Street Festival; annual Pet Parade; the Milwaukee Film Festival (held at the distinctive and historic Oriental Theatre); and the avant-garde street art gallery, Black Cat Alley. Specialty retailers, chic salons, vintage and thrift stores, coffee shops, pubs, cutting-edge ethnic restaurants, and flourishing nightclubs offer residents a variety of experiences. A brew-your-own establishment, underground golf tavern, full-service alternative bakery, and boutique focusing on ephemera handmade by local artists, often from refurbished or recycled materials, prove that innovation is ubiquitous. Within walking distance of Lake Michigan via a network of trails, it is also the bike hub of the city.
Commerce Street, Riverwest: Brand-new community in 2016, anchored by an Adventure Rock Climbing Gym on the lower level. Condo-level interiors, including granite countertops and stainless steel appliances; studio, 1 and 2 bedroom floorplans, many with jaw-dropping downtown views; in-home laundry; pet friendly; indoor parking. 46 apartments, from $1,195. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 939-8491. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
1901 N. Prospect Avenue, Lower East Side: Large, corner apartments with 2 bedrooms/1.5 baths; mix of vintage or fully renovated units available; granite counters; wood floors; stainless-steel appliances; in-unit washers/dryers; storage lockers; indoor/outdoor parking options; heat, cable/Internet included; on-site resident manager; city and lake views; walking distance to lakefront, Brady Street, North Avenue and numerous restaurants and entertainment venues. 28 units, from $1,100. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263). Info: newlandMKE.com
1580 N. Farwell, Upper East Side: Renovated, fully upgraded apartment homes; studio, 1 and 2 bedrooms; granite countertops; stainless-steel appliances; heat included; fitness center; covered parking; storage locker; pet friendly; close to eclectic Brady Street, lakefront, Cathedral Square, entertainment venues. 75 units, from $850. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); Info: newlandMKE.com
Various Locations: Vintage buildings in a variety of convenient locations with 1-, 2-, 2-plus-den, and 3-bedroom floorplans. Prices range from $750-$1,450. Managed by New Land Enterprise Properties. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); Info: newlandMKE.com
1918 E. Lafayette Place, East Side Neighborhood: Luxury high-rise, lakefront 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments; townhome options; in-home washer/dryer; wood floors; granite countertops; stainless steel appliances; tile bathrooms; clubroom; fitness center; rooftop terrace; dog park; pet friendly; indoor parking; 24/7 concierge; city and lake views. 271 apartments, from $1,345. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 208-4892. Email: email@example.com
2650 N. Humboldt Boulevard, Riverwest: Newer 2-bedroom/2.5-bath townhomes; luxurious appointments throughout; private entrances; private 2.5-car garages; granite counters; stainless-steel appliances; hardwood floors; in-unit washers/dryers; private balconies/patios; ample in-unit storage; community gardens; located along Milwaukee River, adjacent to Oak Leaf Trail; walking distance to coffee shops, brewery, restaurants and more; pet friendly; convenient, sustainable living. 31 units, from $1,750. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); Info: newlandMKE.com
1717 E. Kane Place, Upper East Side: Historic building with both vintage and updated units; vintage apartments feature large, 1 bedrooms with private entrances or unique, bi-level, 2-bedroom/1.5-bath units with original terrazzo-tile bathroom floors, natural wood floors elsewhere and spiral staircases; updated units have modern finishes, granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, open-concept kitchens; on-site laundry; storage lockers; heat and cable/Internet included; 1 block from the lake; close to amenities of downtown, Water and Brady streets, North Avenue. 32 units, from $925. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); Info: newlandMKE.com
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 beyond compare; boutique development; spectacular finishes; superb lake and city views; best walkability in the city; lakefront, art museum, Metro Market, and Cathedral Square are steps away; 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) 271-CITY (2489);
1404 North Van Buren Street, East Side Neighborhood: Spacious apartments and private-entry townhomes with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; fireplaces and vaulted ceilings in many floorplans; 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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. A Metropolitan Community. Telephone: (414) 277-7726; E-mail: email@example.com
1551 N. Water Street, Park East: NEW IN SPRING 2017! Brand-new luxury apartments in prime, historic location on Milwaukee River; studio, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom floorplans; in-home laundries; granite/stone countertops; stainless-steel appliances; amenity package includes rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen, theater room, game room, fitness center, WiFi cafe, sports book lounge and pet spa; ground floor retail offers Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Anytime Fitness, nail and hair salon, personal trainers and premier restaurant; pet friendly; indoor parking. On the horizon: Vignette, the 5th North End building, to open for occupancy in spring 2017, featuring outdoor pool and mini bowling alley. 561 apartments, from $1,095. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 224-8900; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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) 271-LAND (5263); Info: rhythmMKE.com
Historic Third Ward
The Historic Third Ward offers urban living at the epicenter of Milwaukee’s art and fashion district. Sandwiched between an award-winning Riverwalk and Lakeshore State Park, the area appeals to those seeking an active, upscale lifestyle. Easy access to a full spectrum of businesses promotes work-life balance, whether one is heading to the famed public market, yoga, a salon, or finishing up a project at the state-of-the-art work center. Boutiques and specialty shops offer clothing and accessories, stationary, home furnishings and décor. The area is home to art galleries, gastropubs, craft cocktail establishments, coffeehouses, brew pubs, chocolatiers, and even purveyors of craft doughnuts and ice cream! Socializing options include an escape-room adventure, ping pong and painting bars, a pedal tavern, and many outdoor events. Rooftop venues and patios capitalize on seasonal beauty in this gem of a neighborhood!
444 E. Corcoran Avenue, Historic Third Ward: Creative, contemporary floorplans in studio, 1 or 2 bedrooms; floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the river or the Third Ward district; granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances; in-home laundry rooms; clubroom; fitness center; business lounge; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 76 apartments, from $1,095. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 276-5638. E-mail: email@example.com
441 E. Erie Street, Historic Third Ward: NEW IN SUMMER 2017! Elegant building to feature generously sized, premier apartment homes adjacent to the Historic Marine Terminal Building and boasting some of the best river, lakefront, and downtown views available in the city; 1- and 2-bedroom layouts, all the way up to expansive, 3-bedroom, corner penthouses; high-end finishes in all apartments, with the top two penthouse levels having heightened interior finishes, enhanced appliance packages, premier lighting packages and higher-end flooring throughout; award-winning Milwaukee Riverwalk access via an extension from the social room with deck; includes a 10,000 sq. ft. fitness club on lower level. 132 apartments, from $1,495. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 203-9995;
425 E. Menomonee Street, Historic Third Ward: Large, contemporary single-level and townhome floorplans in 1 and 2 bedroom and 2-bedroom/den floorplans; in-home washer/dryer; floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Third Ward; concrete or granite countertops, stainless steel appliances; clubroom; fitness center; business lounge; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 138 apartments, from $1,315. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 276-5638. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
143 N. Jackson Street, Historic Third Ward: Thoughtfully designed, generously sized apartment homes, townhomes and penthouses; 1 and 2 bedrooms; bright, modern kitchens; large walk-in closets; full-sized, in-home laundries; private balconies and patios; complimentary fitness center; spacious community room; guest suite; additional storage; reserved, indoor or outdoor parking; moments from Interstate access; walking distance from major downtown employers; surrounded by incredible dining, shopping and entertainment venues. 218 apartment homes, from $1,300. A New Land Community. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); E-mail: email@example.com
Rooted in its storied history as a fur-trading post dating back to 1835, Walker’s Point nevertheless offers an up-and-coming environment that embraces a modern, urban lifestyle with a diverse demographic that celebrates its vibrant LGBTQ contingent. Its overarching Latino flavor is complemented by diversity in the local food culture as well. Foodies appreciate the variety offered – from dim sum and sushi, to tapas and small plates, to pairings featuring releases from the neighborhood’s craft distilleries and breweries. Likewise, locally sourced artisanal kitchens serve up innovation for discriminating palates. Social opportunities abound, from meeting up at local coffee roasters or a cigar bar, to participation in culinary arts programs or swing dance events, to entertainment options at Jazz or Blues clubs, art galleries, theater venues, and comedy shows. Committed to green and sustainable development, it features repurposed architecture and a noteworthy collection of antiques dealers and vintage retailers.
Various Locations: Vintage buildings in a variety of convenient locations with 1-, 2-, 2-plus-den, and 3-bedroom floorplans. Prices range from $750-$1,450. Managed by New Land Enterprise Properties. Telephone: (414) 271-LAND (5263); Info: newlandMKE.com
124 W. Washington Street, Walker’s Point: Brand-new, luxury apartments steps away from Milwaukee’s hottest restaurants, craft breweries and entertainment venues; easy access to downtown and freeway; 1 and 2 bedrooms, plus spacious studios with convertible table-beds; in-unit washers/dryers; heated woodgrain floors; granite countertops; stainless-steel appliances; private balconies; community room; fitness center; on-site management office (open 7 days per week); pet friendly; indoor and outdoor parking. 120 apartments, from $1,095. A New Land Community; Telephone: (414) 909-1030; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Westown is defined by its history, significant architectural gems and monuments. Old World Third Street retains its ethnic German flavor and is a popular entertainment area. History is also re-imagined here, with repurposed buildings providing sustainable, modern vibrancy. It will be home to the new basketball arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, hosts one of the nation’s oldest St. Patrick’s Day Parades, a farmers’ market at Zeidler Park. Pere Marquette Park is a prime meeting place, with weekly concerts, boat rentals and free, public WiFi. The Riverwalk features restaurants, gastropubs, beer halls, nightclubs, live-music venues, and theaters. The Shops of Grand Avenue, as well as specialty purveyors of spices, fine ethnic sausages, gourmet cheeses, tobacco and more, offer satisfying shopping experiences within walking distance from your home.
630 N. 4th Street, Westown: Urban, loft-style apartments and townhomes with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; 14-foot ceilings; 10-foot windows with city and lake views; hardwood floors, in-home washer/dryer; clubroom; fitness center; rooftop terrace; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 74 loft apartments, from $1,225. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 276-4663; E-mail: email@example.com
401 W. Michigan Street, Westown: Seize your chance to live in one of the premier apartment communities in downtown Milwaukee. Picture coming home every day to the meticulous design and modern comfort of an apartment community created with thoughtful amenities tailored to enhance your life. The pet-friendly community includes 24-hour concierge services, Avenue C – an onsite mini market, workout facility and basketball court. With a variety of floorplans, from $1,200. Telephone (414) 224-1011; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
740 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Westown Neighborhood: Urban 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes on Milwaukee’s Wisconsin Avenue Corridor. Hop and a skip to Marquette University, walk to the Milwaukee Public Museum or library and, at night, take in a Milwaukee Bucks professional basketall game nearby. Laundry rooms located on each floor; game room; fitness center; business lounge; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 139 apartments, from $1,095. A Mandel Community. Telephone (414) 272-4455. Email: email@example.com
Milwaukee’s North Shore stretches from Milwaukee’s East Side north to the Milwaukee County line. Choose from one of several charming communities, including Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, Fox Point and Bayside. Shorewood is close to the always-vibrant University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the state’s second-largest university campus, where there is always something going on.
401 E. Beaumont Avenue, Whitefish Bay: Luxury living in a premier lakefront suburb; award-winning schools; minutes from downtown Milwaukee and blocks from the lakefront, shopping and dining. 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; in-home laundry rooms; quartz/granite countertops; stainless steel appliances; clubroom; fitness center; rooftop terrace; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 83 apartments, from $1,430. A Mandel Community. Telephone (414) 376-5677. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4041 N. Oakland Avenue, Shorewood: Luxury living in a premier lakefront suburb; award-winning schools; minutes from downtown Milwaukee, the lakefront, shopping and dining. 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; in-home laundry rooms; granite countertops; stainless steel appliances; clubroom; fitness center; rooftop terrace; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 84 apartments, from $1,240. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 964-4041. Email: email@example.com
5401-B West Presidio Lane, Milwaukee: Condo-style apartment living. 2 bedrooms with private entry and private garages; in-home laundry rooms; concierge service, pet friendly. 248 apartments, from $750. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 353-7226. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apartment homes in the northwestern metropolitan area are ideal for people who want to live near both downtown Milwaukee and the beautiful rolling terrain of Washington County. These homes are ideally located for outdoor and nature enthusiasts who want to be close to ski hills, state parks and some of the most beautiful scenery to be found anywhere in southeastern Wisconsin. This is a rapidly developing area, with much of the growth in and around the communities of Germantown and Menomonee Falls.
W172 N11392 Division Road, Germantown: Condo-style apartment living; 2 and 3 bedrooms with private garages, private balcony or deck, offering golf course and riverfront views; in-home laundry; concierge service; pet friendly; 112 apartments, from $995. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (262) 253-1548. Email: email@example.com
8183 North 107th Street, Milwaukee: Condo-style apartment living; 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with detached, private garages; option to have in-home laundry or a hook/up if you want to bring your own; pet friendly; dog park; concierge service; 144 Apartments, from $995. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 355-1975. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located just west of the city of Milwaukee, Wauwatosa is a vibrant, perfectly situated community that is close to shopping, cultural attractions, research facilities, business parks and hospitals. It is home to the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, which includes Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin. It’s also home to Innovation Park, a research and business park being developed in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Mayfair Mall, one of the region’s premier shopping centers. Its quaint downtown along State Street has a European ambience with restaurants featuring French, German, Italian and Belgium cuisines.
9810 Echelon Lane, Wauwatosa: Brand-new community in the heart of the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center’s Innovation Campus. Condo-level interiors, including quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances; studio, 1, and 2 bedroom floorplans; in-home laundry rooms; outdoor swimming pool; clubroom, billiard room; fitness center; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 188 apartments, from $1,045. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 258-7368. Email: email@example.com
1200 N. 62nd Street, Wauwatosa: Luxury 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms in a prime location; granite countertops; in-home washer/dryer; swimming pool; business center; workout facility/fitness center; exclusive party room/community clubhouse. 192 apartments, from $1,115. An Oak Brook Community. Telephone: (414) 238-2121; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
7400 W. State Street, Wauwatosa: Luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms or studios nestled in a charming village with farm markets, award-winning restaurants and boutique shops; spacious floor plans; attention to detail; quartz countertops; upgraded, stainless-steel appliances; custom, high-end cabinetry; in-home washer/dryer; heated, underground parking; fully equipped fitness club. 148 apartments, from $1,095. An Oak Brook Community. Telephone: (414) 943-7400; E-mail: email@example.com
Waukesha and Washington counties are the fastest-growing areas in the region and offer lifestyle options for everyone. These listings include the communities of West Allis, Wauwatosa, West Milwaukee in Milwaukee County, which offer short commute times to downtown Milwaukee. They also include the city of Waukesha, the upscale communities of Brookfield and New Berlin and Lake Country in western Waukesha County.
20000 W. Bluemound Rd., Brookfield: NEW IN SUMMER 2017! Sophisticated suburban living in a walkable setting that accentuates your lifestyle, bringing retail and service conveniences just steps from your front door; two distinct buildings with unique, gracious personalities feature urban-inspired design; studio, 1-, 2- and 2-plus-den floorplans; finishes include granite and quartz countertops with under-mounted sinks; stainless-steel appliances; oversized shower stalls and soaking tubs; walk-in closets; convenient storage options incorporated throughout; amenities include recognizable local shops, stores and restaurants combined with high-demand national retailers in the Milwaukee market for the first time; community spaces incorporated into a mainstreet setting reinforce sense of neighborhood; stunning views from high above Bluemound Road, I-94 corridor and Waukesha County. From $1,275. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 270-2606; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3755 Brookfield Rd., Brookfield: Brand-new community, with walking access to an array of grocery, shopping and restaurants at the Sendik’s Towne Centre; award-winning schools; condo-level interiors, including granite countertops and stainless steel appliances; 1, 2 or 2 bedroom/den floorplans; in-home laundry rooms; pet friendly; indoor parking; 56 apartments, from $1,195. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (262) 792-1050. Email: email@example.com
100 Corrina Boulevard, Waukesha: Located on the Fox River in historic downtown Waukesha; studio, 1 and 2 bedroom floorplans, some with in-home laundry rooms; game room; clubroom; business lounge; fitness center; cat friendly; indoor parking; 340 apartments, from $700. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (262) 547-4488. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org A Mandel Community. A Mandel Community. A Mandel Community. A Mandel Community.
435 Wells Street, Delafield: Luxury living in Lake Country; 1, 1-plus-den and 2 bedrooms with sophisticated styling and colonial design; modern amenities; quartz countertops; upgraded, stainless-steel appliances; custom, high-end cabinetry; in-home washer/dryer; heated, underground parking; fitness center; centrally located in a dynamic neighborhood amidst award-winning restaurants, boutique shops, and recreation. 58 apartments, from $1,360. An Oak Brook Community. Telephone: (262) 646-2746; E-mail: email@example.com
790 Lakeview Drive, Brookfield: Luxury living in a premier western suburb; award-winning schools, great shopping and dining; private-entry, condo-style 2 or 3 bedroom floorplans, all with attached garage; in-home laundry; outdoor pool; clubroom; fitness center; concierge service; pet friendly. 148 apartments, from $1,280. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (262) 792-1050. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The south side covers the largest region of metropolitan Milwaukee – from just south of downtown Milwaukee to the southernmost reaches of Racine County, from Lake Michigan west to the Muskego Lake area in Waukesha County. It includes a variety of lifestyle options. There is the lakefront community of Bayview, which is technically located in Milwaukee, but has a history and ambience of its own. Other communities bordering Lake Michigan include St. Francis, South Milwaukee and Cudahy. Two south side communities – Franklin and Oak Creek – are among the most rapidly growing communities in the metropolitan area. It also includes Racine, which is located 20 minutes south of Milwaukee.
7798 S. Drexel Ridge Way, Oak Creek: Studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms; private entrances; attached garages; quartz countertops; upgraded, stainless-steel appliances; in-home washer/dryer; resort-style pool; playground and walking trail. 290 apartments, from $980. An Oak Brook Community. Telephone: (414) 837-7700; E-mail: email@example.com An Oak Brook Community.An Oak Brook Community.An Oak Brook
10459 West College Avenue, Hales Corners: Luxury living in a premier southwest suburb; award-winning schools, great shopping and dining; private entry, condo-style 1, 2 or 3 bedroom floorplans, all with attached garage; in-home laundry; outdoor swimming pool; hot tub; clubroom; fitness center; concierge service; pet friendly. 332 apartments, from $900. A Mandel Community. from $915. Telephone: (414) 529-3334. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4280 South Ravinia Drive, Greenfield: Luxury living in a premier southwestern suburb with quick access to downtown Milwaukee and Southridge Mall; private entry; condo-style 1, 2 and 2-bedroom/den options, with private garages; in-home laundry; outdoor swimming pool; clubroom; fitness center; concierge service; pet friendly. 206 apartments, from $975. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 281-9797. Email: email@example.com