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Wisconsin Apartments and Homes
Apartments for Rent in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is located in the midwest and has coastlines on Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. The state is home to 5.814 million people and is known for its diverse geography. The capital is Madison and the largest city is Milwaukee.
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Living in Wisconsin
Thinking of making Wisconsin your next home state? You can find plenty of apartments throughout Wisconsin in great cities like Madison, Milwaukee, Racine and many other cities.
From Lake Mendota to Medicine in Madison
Madison was recently named "One of the Ten Most Livable Cities in the United States." The city features five beautiful lakes: Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Waubesa, Lake Kengonsa and Lake Wingra. The lakes are dotted with restaurants and allow residents to enjoy water sports and community events. If you're moving to Madison, WI for work, you'll find many job opportunities in the area. The city is home to 10% of the nation's bioengineering firms, the University of Wisconsin at Madison, five general hospitals, more than 20 medical clinics, Google offices, a university-based Microsoft data lab and many small businesses.
Whether you're trying to get around town for work or for play, you can travel easily throughout the city on your bike. A great biking destination is the scenic Memorial Union Terrace along the downtown waterfront. Here, you'll find local eateries with outdoor seating, regional micro-breweries, music venues, sailboat rentals, people watching and more.
Along the shores of Lake Michigan at the junction of the Menomonee, Kinnickinnic and Milwaukee Rivers, Milwaukee is the state's capital city. For recreation, locals love the Milwaukee RiverWalk, which runs for almost three miles along the Milwaukee River through downtown. The area has experienced huge advancements in residential, commercial and recreational development. And Brewers' fans got a new place to cheer on their home team when the state-of-the-art Miller Park was opened in 2001.
Look just 30 miles south of Milwaukee and you'll find Racine, which is also located on the shores of Lake Michigan. With its 50 acres of soft, clean sand, North Beach is the jewel of Racine. Walk along the beach or skate and bike on scenic bike paths along the waterfront. Stop for a bite to eat and listen to live music on the weekends. Whether you're looking for job opportunities, urban living, lakefront views, waterfront activities or all of these things, you'll find great apartments in Wisconsin cities like Racine, Milwaukee, Madison and many other large and small cities.