Located west of the Milwaukee River, Westown is defined by its history, monuments and significant architectural gems, such as the Gilded Age Pabst Mansion and the Art Deco Landmark Ambassador Hotel. Anchored by the past, it also demonstrates Milwaukee’s commitment to ongoing evolution. Old World Third Street retains its ethnic German flavor, with internationally known icons like Mader’s Restaurant and Usinger’s Famous Sausage. History is successfully re-imagined here, with repurposed buildings providing sustainable, modern vibrancy juxtaposed with historic venues such as the Turner Hall Ballroom and the Riverside Theater. But the future is also now in Westown, with an entertainment hub known as the Deer District that encompasses the ultra-modern, state-of-the-art Fiserv Forum, home court of the Milwaukee Bucks professional basketball team. The area hosts events at Pere Marquette Park, the Newaukee Night Market, one of the nation’s oldest St. Patrick’s Day Parades, and a popular farmers’ market at Zeidler Park. The Riverwalk features restaurants, gastropubs, beer halls, nightclubs, live-music venues, and theaters.
630 Vel R. Phillips Avenue, Westown: Unique, urban, loft-style apartments and townhomes with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; 14-foot ceilings; 10-foot windows with city and lake views; in-home washer/dryer; some hard-surface flooring; clubroom; fitness center; rooftop terrace; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor parking. 74 apartments, from $1,350. A Mandel Community. Telephone: (414) 662-2581; E-mail: email@example.com
740 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Westown: Urban apartment homes with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms on Milwaukee's Wisconsin Avenue Corridor; a short walk to Marquette University, across from the Milwaukee Public Museum and Central Library and just blocks from the Fiserv Forum; laundry rooms on each floor; clubroom; fitness center; business lounge; concierge service; pet friendly; indoor and outdoor reserved parking. 139 apartments, from $1,135. A Mandel Community. Telephone (414) 662-2629. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org