Apartments: Historic Third Ward
The Historic Third Ward offers urban living at the epicenter of Milwaukee’s art and fashion scene. Sandwiched between the award-winning Riverwalk and Lakeshore State Park in a redeveloped warehouse district adjacent to the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, the area appeals to those seeking an active, upscale, art-infused lifestyle. Easy access to a full spectrum of businesses promotes work-life balance, whether one is heading to the famed Milwaukee Public Market, yoga, a salon, or a state-of-the-art work center. Boutiques and specialty shops that offer clothing and accessories, stationary, home furnishings and décor populate the area, as do national retailers such as West Elm, Anthropologie and Pendleton. It also features art galleries, gastropubs, craft cocktail establishments, coffeehouses, brew pubs, and purveyors of handmade artisan foodstuffs! There are plenty of options for socializing, including an escape-room adventure, ping pong and painting bars, a pedal tavern, and outdoor events such as gallery nights and Christmas in the Ward, not to mention the many fests at nearby Henry Maier Festival Park. Sidewalk dining and rooftop venues such as the Outsider and Cafe Benelux capitalize on cityscapes year round in this gem of a neighborhood!
444 E. Corcoran Avenue, Historic Third Ward: Creative, contemporary floor plans in studio, 1 or 2 bedrooms; floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the river or the Third Ward district; granite countertops; stainless-steel appliances; in-home laundry rooms; clubroom; fitness center; pet friendly; indoor parking. 76 apartments, from $1,275. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 662-2620. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
441 E. Erie Street, Historic Third Ward: Homes reaching a new level of luxury on the Milwaukee River and boasting some of the best river, lakefront, and downtown views available in Milwaukee; 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom, or 2-plus-den, layouts; high-end finishes in every apartment home with the top two floors featuring enhanced "penthouse" interior finishes; partial access to adjoining VITA fitness club on first level; CAVAS Tapas restaurant on-site; social lounge with expansive deck on Riverwalk. 132 apartments, from $1,459. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 585-9940. E-mail: email@example.com
425 E. Menomonee Street, Historic Third Ward: Large, contemporary single-level and townhome apartments in 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans; in-home washer/dryer; floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Third Ward or tranquil rooftop courtyard; stainless steel appliances; clubroom; fitness center; pet friendly; indoor parking. 138 apartments, from $1,500. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 662-2620. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
226 N. Water Street, Historic Third Ward: Unique building located in the heart of the Third Ward; vintage, converted apartment homes featuring industrial/contemporary design; spacious open-concept, 2- or 2-beroom plus den; 2.5 bath floor plans; averaging 2,000 sq. ft.; underground parking spaces; large rooftop terrace with fire pit, grill and pet area; high-end interior finishes, polished concrete floors, electric fireplaces; balconies or views of Water Street available on select units; furnished units, short- and long-term leases also available. 12 apartments, from $3,460. A Forest Green Community. Telephone: (414) 425-3134; E-mail: email@example.com