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An Inside Look at Milwaukee
Famously nicknamed Cream City because of all the unmistakable cream colored brick buildings scattered around town, Milwaukee is one of the most beloved cities in the entire Midwestern region. Its scenic location on the shores of Lake Michigan certainly helps boost the city’s appeal, and its rich brewing history is also another one of its many defining characteristics. From a location standpoint, Chicago is only about a 90 minute drive from Milwaukee, and Madison, the state capital of Wisconsin, is also only about an hour and fifteen minutes direct west. And with development, job growth, and more personal and professional opportunities than ever, there's never been a better time to call Milwaukee home than now!
Milwaukee Statistics At-a-Glance
While Milwaukee has a population of right around 600,000 people, those who live here will say it lives much more like a small town than a thriving big city. The people of Milwaukee are always so warm and welcoming, and the wide-range of amenities and attractions in town continue to make it a destination for both home buyers or anybody just wanting to visit a great American city. And once calling Milwaukee home, just take a quick look at everything you'll have access to in and around the city:
- 17 Museums in Downtown Milwaukee
- 150+ Downtown Restaurants
- 15 Local Golf Courses
- 130 Miles of Bike Trails
- 25 Theatres within the City Limits
- Living in Milwaukee
The cost of living in Milwaukee is a bit lower than many other major metropolitan areas in the U.S., and home prices here generally reflect that. In recent years, development has been on the rise around much of the downtown area and many of the surrounding neighborhoods, and the restaurant and nightlife scene in Milwaukee has also taken huge steps forward to being one of the best in the midwest. But also keep in mind, while Milwaukee’s location along the lakefront provides absolutely stunning views, it also results in some pretty unpredictable weather, especially during the spring and winter months.
Outdoor Recreational Amenities & Cultural Attractions in Milwaukee WI
As you might expect, getting outside and staying active is part of the Wisconsin way-of-life, which is why Milwaukee is widely considered to be one of the best biking cities in the country. Believe it or not, the city of Milwaukee has over 130 miles of bike trails alone, and there are also 75 golf courses scattered throughout the Southeast Wisconsin region, with 15 of those courses located right here in the Milwaukee area. The Milwaukee RiverWalk is also one of the city’s main attractions, which stretches nearly 3 miles long and travels all throughout downtown.
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