Wisconsin Communities

Welcome to Southeastern Wisconsin communities, where you will experience beautiful scenery, warm and friendly people: Milwaukee; A Great Place on A Great Lake.


  • Milwaukee skyline at sunset

    Milwaukee Skyline at Night

  • Milwaukee skyline waterfront view

    Historic Third Ward

  • Lunar Eclipse over Pewaukee Lake, Pewaukee Wisconsin USA.

    Pewaukee Lake - Pewaukee

  • August Sunset Over Lake Nagawicka

    Nagawicka Lake - Delafield

  • Dome of a Botanic Garden

    Mitchell Park Conservatory (The Domes)

  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Milwaukee City Hall

  • Miller Park in Milwaukee

    Miller Park Stadium

  • Main Street Waukesha

    Downtown Waukesha

Located immediately south of I-794 and downtown Milwaukee, the 3rd Ward Historic Arts and Warehouse District offer Cream City Brick Loft Condominiums, and newer executive style apartments. The 3rd Ward is home to Summerfest, the World’s Largest Music Festival, several ethnic festivals, a wide variety of restaurants, shopping boutiques, theatres and spas, all in walking distance along the Milwaukee River. The Public Market is a must see!  Historic Third Ward Milwaukee

Downtown Milwaukee offers the opportunity to work and live near the Lake Michigan Lakefront. If you want to be where “the action is” in Milwaukee, you will find an abundance of upscale apartments and Condominiums throughout the Downtown and along the lakefront on Lincoln Memorial Drive. Whether in the City’s central business district, in the quiet East Town neighborhood, along the Westown River Walk, or within the hip and trendy East Side, you will find thriving, diverse residential neighborhoods. Recreational opportunities abound in this area with parks, beaches, and walking and biking paths along the lake. Enjoy the Theatre District, the Calatrava Art Museum, Discovery World, The Bradley Center, the Milwaukee Public Museum, unique restaurants and eateries, nightlife and much more… Downtown Milwaukee 

Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, Fox Point, Bayside, and Glendale comprise Milwaukee’s northeast Lake Michigan Communities. These Communities have walkable residential neighborhood characteristics and distinct personalities. Rental housing options vary widely. Located just north of downtown Milwaukee, scenic Lake Drive offers a variety of elegant, stately homes. You will also find the Bayshore Town Center, the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and boutique stores along Silver Spring Drive.

Villiage of Shorewood  Villiage of Whitefish Bay  Villiage of Fox Point  Villiage of Bayside  City of Glendale

Just to the west of Downtown Milwaukee, you will discover Wauwatosa. Stroll through this charming Village with its small-town atmosphere, and along State Street with its many dining options and shops. Vintage homes offer stone and brick exteriors, including Bungalow, Tudor, and Colonial styles. Here you will find the historic Washington Highlands neighborhood, with lovely homes and old world charm. Rental options include newer executive apartments with protected parking and community amenities, affordable two-family duplexes, and four to eight-family apartments. Two of the nation’s leading Hospitals, Froedtert and Children’s Hospital, share a campus with the Medical College of Wisconsin, one of the largest nationally known medical teaching and research institutions. City of Wauwatosa

Traveling slightly further West of Wauwatosa on I-94 to the eastern edge of Waukesha County, you will discover Brookfield and Elm Grove, just a short 15 minute commute from downtown Milwaukee. Elm Grove is a quaint, affluent, residential community with a charming Village shopping area. Brookfield is home to the Brookfield Square Mall, an abundance of stores and restaurants along Bluemound Road, Corporate Business Parks, and an upscale suburban vibe. Home prices and styles vary widely, and all neighborhoods offer mature, landscaped lots. Executive Rental properties are available in Brookfield. City of Brookfield  Villiage of Elm Grove

One of the oldest Cities in Metropolitan Milwaukee and birthplace to Les Paul. At the Historical 5 Points, visit “Guitartown” in the City’s center and enjoy Friday evenings all summer long strolling through downtown art galleries as you listen to local musicians along the way. In the 1800’s Waukesha drew visitors from across the US for its natural spring water. Visit the Riverwalk along the Fox River. Enjoy Waukesha’s history. City of Waukesha

Welcome to Lake Country! With the largest inland lake in Waukesha County, Pewaukee is located immediately west of Brookfield on I-94. Pewaukee offers a variety of residential home styles and prices, including Lakefront homes. Pewaukee has newer construction developments of Single Family and Condominium subdivisions, as well as established neighborhoods with mature landscapes. There are an abundance of rental Apartments available in Pewaukee, all located within 25-30 minutes of Milwaukee’s downtown. Recreational opportunities abound in and around Pewaukee, including swimming and beachfront activities, boating and water skiing, sailboat races, fishing for trophy Muskie, northern pike and bass, or just enjoying an evening Fish Fry or dinner at one of the many Lake Country restaurants. City of Pewaukee

Located in the heart of the Kettle Moraine area, Delafield is one of the hottest residential development areas in Lake Country. Home to Nagawicka Lake, Delafield offers quality architecture and design. On the East Side of Delafield, off Hwy 83 and I94, just west of Pewaukee, you will find restaurants, shopping and micro-breweries. Travel to the West side of Nagawicka Lake along Hwy C, and discover the impressive Williamsburg Colonial inspired downtown area. You will find St. Johns Military Academy (one of the oldest and most highly regarded military schools in the U.S.), a wonderful, wood-crafted children’s playground, a State fish hatchery, Lapham’s Park, and much more. Newer, executive style Apartments are also located in downtown Delafield. City of Delafield

Traveling slightly further west of Delafield along the I-94 corridor in western Waukesha County, you will find historic Oconomowoc. Lake living abounds throughout this area, with Lac La Belle, Oconomowoc, Okauchee and Fowler Lakes. Oconomowoc offers a stately and charming downtown area with bars, restaurants, and shopping. Nearby, you will find palatial lakefront homes. Once known as a resort and vacation playground for movie stars and historical figures, Oconomowoc also offers fabulous, newer construction residential developments at Pabst Farms, easy Interstate highway access, and a 45 minute commute to downtown Milwaukee. Rental Housing options are limited, yet affordable. City of Oconomowoc