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On the shore of Lake Michigan and in the heart of the Midwest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin harbors history and culture at the confluence of 3 rivers: Menomonee, Kinnickinnic, and Milwaukee. The 2 million residents in the Milwaukee metropolitan area are no strangers to two things: beer and cold weather. That's because Milwaukee, is the second-coldest large city by average temperature in the U.S., and has also held a brewing tradition since the 18th century, earning it the title of "Beer Capital of the World." If you can handle these two things, you’re ready for Milwaukee. Read up on some other facts if you’re moving to Milwaukee so you know what to expect and where to find the best Milwaukee apartments.

Milwaukee Neighborhoods

First occupied by Native Americans and then established as a trading post in 1785, Milwaukee is home to a rich history of multiculturalism and American settlement. Several neighborhoods hold this rich culture and have recently been revitalized, like the Historic Third Ward, the East Side, and Lincoln Village. For luxury apartments in Milwaukee, look toward Washington Heights on the lake.

Milwaukee Statistics

Luckily, if you’re on the move to Milwaukee, housing costs in the area are significantly lower than the national average. For those bringing along kids, Milwaukee is home to the largest independent school district in the state that hosts a variety of magnet schools. To learn more about statistics of the city, visit an online community information tool.

What to Do in Milwaukee

Historical sites, the beautiful bay of Milwaukee, and countless breweries make for plenty of entertainment in the area. For professional sports fans, you’ll also be welcomed by the Brewers, Bucks, and Admirals. The mild summers will lead you outside or to the water to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Looking for more apartments or entertainment in Milwaukee? Check out ApartmentSearch.com’s Milwaukee City Guide to get familiar with your new city.


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