Milwaukee Rentals

Luxury Rentals

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.   

Luxury Apartments

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.

Featured Apartment Communities

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:

  • Urban
    • Brady Street/Upper East Side

    • East Town

    • Third Ward

    • Walker’s Point/Fifth Ward

    • Westown

  • Suburban
    • North Shore includes apartments in northern Milwaukee County, including the communities of ShorewoodGlendaleFox PointBayside and Whitefish Bay

    • Northwest includes northwestern Milwaukee County, as well as portions of Washington and Waukesha counties. It includes the communities of GermantownMenomonee FallsBrown Deer and West Bend

    • South includes apartments in southern Milwaukee County, as well as Racine County. Communities included are FranklinGreenfieldGreendaleHales CornersOak CreekMuskego and Racine

    • Wauwatosa/West Allis includes apartments in this suburban community, which is located just west of the city of Milwaukee and is home to the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center and Innovation Park

    • West includes apartments in western Milwaukee County, as well as Waukesha County. These communities include WaukeshaBrookfieldDelafieldMukwonagoOconomowocNew Berlin and Pewaukee

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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Milwaukee's North Shore stretches from Milwaukee's East Side north to Ozaukee County.
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.
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.
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.
Waukesha and Washington counties are the fastest-growing areas in the region and offer lifestyle options for everyone.