b'MILWAUKEE COUNTY MOVE MKEupscale to lakefront lots valued in the millions. All five villagestimes a week during the summer months on National Avenue, feature a mixture of homesfrom elegant, turn-of-the-centurywest of 66th Street. West Milwaukee is a small, formerly mansions to modest, newer homes owned by young families.industrial area that has been transformed into a residential and Residents can stroll through the quaint shops and restaurantscommercial community along South 43rd Street near American located in the downtown areas of Shorewood and Whitefish BayFamily Field, home of the Milwaukee Brewers professional or relax in the peaceful solitude of Fox Point, Bayside and Riverbaseball team. Hills, which feature large, secluded lots.MUNICIPALITYMedian IncomeTime to AirportMedian 2022 WebsitePopulation Miles to Downtown Home Sales Price Tax RateWEST MILWAUKEE$41,59115 minutes$157,500 westmilwaukee.org4,127 5 miles $25.74Schools: West Allis-West MilwaukeeWEST ALLIS$58,73820 minutes$231,000 westalliswi.gov59,6145 miles $22.93Schools: West Allis-West MilwaukeeBrown Deer Think golf and youll think of Brown Deer, which is located just north of Milwaukee and a short drive from downtown. The Wauwatosa/VISIT Milwaukee: Nick Collura Milwaukee River and Brown Deer Park form the villages eastern border. A modern community located just west of the exclusive village of River Hills, it developed rapidly after World War II and is Wauwatosahome to a diverse mix of professional families. It is also a golfers haven, with no fewer than two country clubs and the Brown Deer West of Milwaukee lies Wauwatosa, a community of primarilyGolf Course, ranked one of the best public golf courses in the professional workers blessed with a healthy mixture of high-endnation and once a regular stop on the PGA tour. Its clubhouse is a homes, office buildings, retail developments and the Milwaukeedesignated historic site.Regional Medical Center. One of the earliest settlements in the area, it is ideally situated at the center of the metropolitan area, providing convenient access to the downtown and suburbs. Wauwatosa has two distinct commercial districtsthe quaint and historic downtown area located in the valley near N. 76th and W. State streets, which features specialty shops and restaurants; and Mayfair Road, which is lined with office buildings and is home to Mayfair Mall, Milwaukees largest and most popular regional shopping center. The historic Washington Highlands has long been a sought-after residential location, but the city boasts many other charming subdivisions as well, all of which offer suburban living with close proximity to downtown Milwaukee.MUNICIPALITYMedian IncomeTime to AirportMedian 2022 WebsitePopulation Miles to Downtown Home Sales Price Tax Rate Brown Deer Golf Course/VISIT MilwaukeeWAUWATOSA$90,42020 minutes$397,500 wauwatosa.net48,604 5 miles $20.33 MUNICIPALITYMedian IncomeTime to AirportMedian 2022 Schools: Wauwatosa WebsitePopulation Miles to Downtown Home Sales Price Tax RateBROWN DEER$75,53630 minutes$196,000 West Allis/West Milwaukeebrowndeerwi.org12,85215 miles $25.19Schools: Brown Deer With a population of just under 60,000, West Allis ranks as one of the largest cities in Wisconsin. Once the home of the Allis-Chalmers farm equipment manufacturing empire, it has been aSouthwest Suburbs blue-collar town, but has witnessed a dramatic increase in home sales to young professionals. It is home to State Fair Park, whichFranklin Greendale hosts the annual Wisconsin State Fair, and the Pettit NationalGreenfieldHales CornersIce Center, the site of Olympic training and time trials. The city also boasts the regions largest farmers market, which is held severalThe southwestern suburbs of Franklin, Greendale, Greenfield 64 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'