Milwaukee Living - Places - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Milwaukee has many neighborhoods, entertainment venues, museums, and other places with Web sites
  • Sites: Places such as parks, buildings, public gardens and zoos, notable buildings, libraries, interesting places; see also the listings for Venues, Museums, Neighborhoods, Dining, and Housing; see Activities for cultural centers; to locate a specific organization or type of organization not listed here, try yellow pages or keyword search tools
    • Album: MKE album and list of other online collections; a collection of digital images showing Milwaukee scenes as well as a list (at the bottom of the page) of other collections of Milwaukee photos online
    • Architecture Buildings: Emporis.com entry for Milwaukee; shows information about Milwaukee's major office and other buildings
    • Aquaculture Ctr: The Urban Aquaculture Center (UAC); intends to build and operate Milwaukee's first large-scale urban aquaculture production facility; introduce the general public to urban fish farming through an educational center focusing on aquaculture and hydroponics
    • Beaches: Milwaukee County Beaches; information about the beach, nearshore and weather conditions at public beaches within the Milwaukee County Park System
    • Botanical Gdns: Boerner Botanical Gardens; in Whitnall Park
    • Bradford Beach: sand swimming beach on Lake Michigan just north of North Avenue; Friends of Bradford Beach
    • Casino: Potawatomi Bingo Casino; a Native American-run gambling casino down in the Menomonee Valley
    • Domes: Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory; a set of three glass-enclosed domes that house a desert oasis, a tropical jungle and floral gardens; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Ecology Ctr: Urban Ecology Center; a neighborhood ecology education community center in Riverside Park; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Forest Home: Forest Home Cemetery; historic, 80-hectare cemetery on Milwaukee's south side
    • Farm Fresh Atlas: Wisconsin's Farm Fresh Atlases; regional food guides include farms, farmers' markets, restaurants, stores and other businesses that sell local food and use sustainable production and business practices; most regions of Wisconsin
    • Greenway: Milwaukee River Greenway; a 21-kilometer long, shared-use area of 324 hectares along the banks of the Milwaukee River from Silver Spring Drive in the north to the North Avenue Dam Pedestrian Bridge in the south; bicycle, walking, hiking trails, wetland, forest, forested wetland, public park, landmarks; Milwaukee Rotary Centennial Arboretum near East Park Place; Kiwanis Landing near 2100 North Riverboat Road; River Revitalization Foundation
    • Hank Aaron Tr: Recreational trail honoring baseball legend Hank Aaron; along the Menomonee River in Milwaukee; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Havenwoods St Forest: a 95-hectare green space in north central Milwaukee
    • IMAX: Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater; at the Milwaukee Public Museum
    • Lake Michigan: Great Lakes Information Network entry for Lake Michigan; Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake located entirely within the United States
    • Lakeshore St Pk: 7 hectare park on a constructed island in Lake Michigan; just offshore from the Maier Festival Grounds (Summerfest); see photo album page available photo album page
    • Libraries County: Milwaukee County Federated Library System; a federation of Milwaukee county libraries
    • Library MPL: Milwaukee Public Library; the city of Milwaukee's public library; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Lynden Sculpture: Lynden Sculpture Garden; more than 50 sculptures set on 16 hectares of park, ponds, and trees; formerly known as Bradley Sculpture Garden
    • Nature Ctr Schlitz: Schlitz Audubon Nature Center; a locally-supported 75-hectare nature center north of Milwaukee between Fox Point and Bayside along the shore of Lake Michigan; includes many of the landforms and biota of southeastern Wisconsin: prairies, forests, bluff, ravines, ponds and lakeshore; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Nature Ctr Wehr: Wehr Nature Center; 80 hectares of prairie, woodlands, wetlands, an oak savanna, and Mallard Lake; in Whitnall Park, part of the Milwaukee County Park system
    • North Pt Lighthouse: North Point Lighthouse; located in Lake Park; opened in 1855; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Old Milwaukee: Street Guide to Old Milwaukee
    • Parking: Directory of downtown public parking areas; from the Westown Association
    • Parking-Spot Hero: Parking spots around town; rent by the day or longer
    • Parks: Milwaukee County Parks; a system of over 140 parks on 6,000 hectares; site includes list of special events in the parks
    • Parks, Dog: dog-friendly park information; off-leash dog exercise areas in Milwaukee County
    • Pettit Ctr: Pettit National Ice Center; U.S. Olympic Training Facility that supports the development of skating among people of all ages and abilities; public ice skating available year-round
    • Pier Wisconsin: docking site of Wisconsin's schooner, the S/V Denis Sullivan; programs include education, events, and a freshwater festival; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Planetarium MPM: Daniel M. Soref Planetarium at the Milwaukee Public Museum; astronomy shows projected on an IMAX dome
    • Planetarium UWM: Manfred Olson Planetarium at the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee; public astronomy shows
    • Public Market: Milwaukee Public Market; a proposed public market to sell fresh, locally-produced foods, organic items, produce, meat, poultry, seafood, cheese, and specialty foods; to be in the Historic Third Ward's Commission Row, a place where sales of food took place for over a century; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Riverwalk: walkway along Milwaukee River; see photo album page available photo album page
    • St John's Cathedral: Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist; historic Roman Catholic church located at Cathedral Square park in downtown Milwaukee; home church of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee; see photo album page available photo album page
    • St Josaphat Basilica: Basilica of St. Josaphat; historic Roman Catholic Romanesque basilica on the south side of Milwaukee; patterned after St. Peter's in Rome; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Soldiers Home: Soldiers Home Foundation; historic Milwaukee Soldiers Home District and grounds located on the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center Campus, Milwaukee; a home and hospital for disabled veterans established as The Northwestern Branch of the National Asylum for Disable Volunteer Soldiers; accepted first residents in 1867
    • Tripoli Shrine: Tripoli Center; replica of India's Taj Mahal; home to the Tripoli Shrine Temple and the headquarters of all Shriner activities in Milwaukee and Wisconsin; completed in 1928; on the National Register of Historic Places; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Urban Ecology Ctr: neighborhood ecology education community center; in Riverside Park; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Visit Milwaukee: convention & visitors bureau; official Milwaukee tourism information
    • War Memorial Ctr: Milwaukee County War Memorial Center; honors veterans at lakefront facility which includes a USO organization, the Wisconsin Veteran's memorial; see photo album page available photo album page
    • WI Travel: Official Wisconsin travel information; Wisconsin Department of Tourism provides official travel information for Wisconsin destinations
    • Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings in the area; Wright designed houses based on factory-made components--the American System-Built Homes; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Zoo: Milwaukee County Zoological Gardens; a zoo over a century old and 80 hectares in size, home to more than 300 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, and invertebrates; open year-round with many special events; one of the largest tourist attractions in Wisconsin
  • Venues: Places for performances, concerts, athletics, conventions, tradeshows, gatherings
    • BMO Harris BC: BMO Harris Bradley Center; 18,000-seat+ indoor sports stadium in downtown Milwaukee; home to the Milwaukee Bucks and other sports teams; used for major concerts and entertainment events; formerly called just "The Bradley Center" see photo album page available photo album page
    • Broadway Theatre Center: Theatre complex in the Third Ward; The Skylight, Chamber Theatre, Renaissance Theaterworks
    • Brumder Mansion: small theater inside historic bed and breakfast
    • Domes: Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory; a set of three glass-enclosed domes that house a desert oasis, a tropical jungle and floral gardens; can be rented for events--weddings, corporate, family see photo album page available photo album page
    • Expo Ctr: Wisconsin Exposition Center; 1.85 hectare exhibit hall; on the grounds of Wisconsin State Fair Park, West Allis
    • Italian Conf Ctr: Italian Community Center Conference facilities; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Kern Ctr: Milwaukee School of Engineering; recreation, athletic, health and wellness facility; hosts men's and women's home basketball and volleyball games; wrestling competitions; ice arena; track; 2 hectares; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Marcus Amphitheater: 24,000-seat outdoor, partly-covered concert venue; located at the Lakefront and Milwaukee River mouth; seating includes bench, and general admission, and lawn; used during Summerfest and also other times of the year
    • Marcus PAC: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts; downtown performing arts center located at Water and Kilbourn Streets which includes Vogel Hall, Uihlein Hall, Todd Wehr Theater, Peck Pavilion; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Masonic Ctr: Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center; 350-seat auditorium; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Miller Park: Baseball stadium; home of the Milwaukee Brewer's Major League baseball team; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Milw Rep/Baker Complex: Milwaukee Repertory Theater Patty and Jay Baker Theater Complex; in Milwaukee Center; theaters include Quadracci Powerhouse Theater (seats 720), Stiemke Theater (seats 218), Stackner Cabaret (seats 118)
    • Milwaukee Theatre: 4,100-seat performing arts theater downtown; part of the Wisconsin Center District; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Miramar Theater: Performing arts theater; in the University Square area just southwest of UW-Milwaukee campus; eclectic programming in music, & etc
    • Pabst Theater: Theater of Captain Frederick Pabst; historic performing arts theater in downtown Milwaukee; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Rave, The: Entertainment complex featuring club acts; located west of Marquette University downtown; includes Eagles Ballroom, Eagles Club, the Rave Bar; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Riverside Theater: Performing arts theater in downtown Milwaukee at the river and Wisconsin Avenue
    • Shank Hall: Popular small concert venue on Milwaukee's East side; hosts a variety of musical and some comedy acts
    • State Fair Pk: Wisconsin State Fair Park; home of the annual Wisconsin State Fair and also the Milwaukee Mile (1.6 km) automobile racing track and year-round events in the expo hall
    • Tripoli Shrine Temple: replica of India's Taj Mahal; center for Shriner activities in Milwaukee and Wisconsin; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Turner Hall: Turner Hall Ballroom; performance space dating back to 1882; part of Milwaukee Turner Hall; see photo album page available photo album page
    • UWM Panther Arena: 12,700-seat sports/performing arts venue downtown; part of the Wisconsin Center District; formerly Milwaukee Arena, MECCA Arena, US Cellular Arena, The Cell, and the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena; see photo album page available photo album page
    • War Memorial Ctr: Milwaukee County War Memorial Center; honors veterans at lakefront facility which includes a USO organization, the Wisconsin Veteran's memorial; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Wisconsin Ctr: Convention center in downtown Milwaukee; part of the Wisconsin Center District; formerly Midwest Express Center, Midwest Airlines Center; Frontier Airlines Center; Delta Center; on site of center formerly known as MECCA (Milwaukee Exposition, Convention Center, and Arena); originally named Wisconsin Center; see photo album page available photo album page
    • WI Ctr Dist: Wisconsin Center District; collection of convention center space and arenas in downtown Milwaukee; includes the convention center, U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee Theatre, and Wisconsin Athletic Walk of Fame; some buildings formerly known as M.E.C.C.A.
  • Museums: Displays of objects; includes planned educational activities related to art, history, culture, or science
    • Art Allis: Charles Allis Art Museum; a house museum containing a collection of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, and more; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Art Grohmann MSOE: Grohmann Museum; The Eckhart G. Grohmann Collection Man at Work at Milwaukee School of Engineering; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Art Haggerty: Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University; campus art museum offering permanent collection including a salon-style installation of Old Master works
    • Art Lynden: Lynden Sculpture Garden; more than 50 sculptures set on 16 hectares of park, ponds, and trees; formerly known as Bradley Sculpture Garden
    • Art MAM: Milwaukee Art Museum; lakefront art museum providing a collection and special exhibits; building is notable for its Calatrava-designed addition opened in 2001; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Art UWM inova: Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee; campus museum showcasing one-person exhibitions
    • Art UWM Union: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery; work in all mediums by local, regional, and national emerging and established artists
    • Art Villa Terrrace: Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum; a house museum in the style of a 16th century Italian Renaissance villa; on the bluff overlooking Lake Michigan; has outdoor garden on hill going down to the lake; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Art Walker's Pt: Walker's Point Center for the Arts; art exhibits; supports visual and performing arts and learning in a multicultural environment
    • Beer: Milwaukee Beer Museum; celebrates the history and positive cultural impact of beer and the brewing arts; in Walkers Point district; building was built in 1877; located across the street from the former Schlitz Tivoli Palm Garden
    • Black Historical Society: Wisconsin Black Historical Society; documents and preserves the heritage of African descent in Wisconsin; museum exhibits
    • Brewing: Proposed Museum of Beer & Brewing;no museum yet, but an effort to preserve and showcase the history of beer and the brewing industry
    • Childrens: Betty Brinn's Children's Museum; on the lakefront at the east end of Wisconsin Avenue
    • Chudnow History: Milwaukee Memoriabilia from early 20th century; Avrum Chudnow's (1913-2005) collection of 1920's and 30's Milwaukee artifacts
    • Discovery World: educational, cultural, and environmental experiences; Hands-on exhibits, fresh water and salt water aquariums, interactive educational programs, media and distance learning labs, digital theaters, live performance theater; on the lakefront; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Fire: Milwaukee Fire Department Museum and Historical Society; housed in the former quarters of Engine 23 and Truck 14; open specific days of the year--see Web page
    • Gallery of Flight: Mitchell Gallery of Flight; a small aviation museum located inside Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport
    • Harley: Harley-Davidson Museum; a museum showcasing Harley-Davidson motorcycles; restaurant, cafe, store; museum has serial #1 of first Harley built in 1903, Elvis Presley's 1956 Harley, King Kong (4 meter-long custom Harley); in downtown Milwaukee near Sixth and Canal; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Historic Society: Milwaukee County Historical Society; preserves and makes available materials related to Milwaukee's history; historical museum in downtown Milwaukee in Marquette Park on the Milwaukee River; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Hmong: Museum; Hmong arts and artifacts displayed at Hmong American Friendship Association Inc.; a collaborative effort between the Hmong American Friendship and members of the Hmong communities in Milwaukee to preserve Hmong cultures
    • Jewish: Jewish Museum Milwaukee; Jewish heritage and culture, through artifacts, film, photographs and a timeline; Holocaust and on the founding of Israel, with special emphasis on Golda Meir, a Russian immigrant to Milwaukee who went on to become the fourth prime minister of Israel.
    • Museum "Mile": consortium of museums in the East Side of Milwaukee; Charles Allis Art Museum, Jewish Museum Milwaukee, North Point Lighthouse, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, and the Museum of Wisconsin Art on St John's on The Lake; NOTE: the walking distance from the southernmost museum, The Jewish Museum of Milwaukee, to the northernmost, North Point Lighthouse, is about 3 km (I'm not sure why they name this consortium after a distance representing about half that)
    • North Pt Lighthouse: North Point Lighthouse; located in Lake Park; opened in 1855; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Pabst Mansion: Flemish Renaissance Mansion of Captain Frederick Pabst; house museum; 1892 mansion of beer baron Pabst; tours of 37 rooms; located just west of downtown Milwaukee on Wisconsin Avenue; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Public Museum: Milwaukee Public Museum; natural history museum located in downtown Milwaukee; human history, paleontology, zoology, botany, geology and anthropology; notable diorama displays and Streets of Old Milwaukee; exhibits include coverage of Africa, Asia, Europe, the Arctic, South and Middle America, the Pacific Island and a Costa Rican rainforest; Soref Planetarium; Humphrey IMAX Theater; Puelicher Butterfly Garden; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Settlement: Old South Side Settlement Museum; by arranged tours only; located in a 105-year-old house; Urban Anthropology Inc.
    • St Joan Chapel: over five centuries old; St. Joan of Arc Chapel on Marquette University campus; a chapel brought from France to the Marquette University campus; see photo album page available photo album page
    • WI Athletic Walk of Fame: Wisconsin Athletic Walk of Fame; a display of plaques on the west side of North Fourth Street south of State Street honoring athletic achievement; inductees include Henry Aaron, Sidney Moncrief, Vince Lombardi, Al McGuire, Earl Gillespie, Bob Uecker, Jane and Lloyd Pettit; see photo album page available photo album page
    • WI Black Historical: Wisconsin Black Historical Society Museum; documents and preserves the heritage of African descent in Wisconsin; museum exhibits
  • Neighborhoods: Areas of town with a distinct identity or official status as a business improvement district (BID), neighborhood association, or other designation; for others, see neighborhoodlink.com
    • -Neighborhood Link-: searchable directory of neighborhoods and clubs; find local neighborhood, club, and organization information
    • Airport Gardens: north of MKE airport; area north of E Layton, east of S Howell, west of S Brust, and south of S Whitnall
    • Airport Gateway: the area around Mitchell International Airport; Airport Gateway Business Improvement District #40 (AGBID); Airport Gateway Business Association (AGBA)
    • Aves West: Avenues West Association; 90 square blocks; bounded by I-43 on the east, 27th Street on the west, I-94 on the south and Highland Avenue on the north
    • Bay View NA: Bay View Neighborhood Association; resources about the Bay View community; Bay View is south of downtown Milwaukee; Bay View was incorporated as a village in 1879 after rapid growth in the area following the start of the Milwaukee Iron Company; in 1887, Bay Vew was annexed to the city of Milwaukee; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Bay View Social: Bay View Social; resource for building stronger relationships with residents and businesses in Milwaukee's Bay View community
    • Brady St: Brady Street Business Improvement District; Brady street is in the heart of Milwaukee's East Side and runs east and west, connecting the Milwaukee River to a footbridge that goes down to the lakefront; on Brady Street, you'll find houses, apartments, stores, apartments above stores, restaurants, a laundry, a hardware store, grocery stores, a drug store, many people walking, a firehouse, churches, coffee shops--an eclectic mix of all that makes a city neighborhood great, in a humble, non-glitzy, non-shopping-mall kind of way; Brady Street was the center of Milwaukee's hippies during the counterculture days of the 20th century; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Brewer's Hill: Brewers Hill Neighborhood Association; west of the Milwaukee River and up a hill from downtown, Brewer's hill got its name from the beer barons who lived there during the height of Milwaukee's beer industry boom; today, it is a neighborhood being revitalized with new development; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Brewery, The: mixed-use project; at the Pabst Brewing Company Historic District near 10th Street and Juneau Avenue; includes residential, office, and retail
    • Bronzeville: diverse business community; where African-Americans settled after migration from the South in the mid-twentieth century; bordered by State Street to North Avenue and Old World Third/Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to 12th Streets
    • Cambridge Woods: Cambridge Woods Neighborhood Association; neighborhood on the east side in the area of the Milwaukee River, Riverside Park, the Oak Leaf Bike Trail, and Shorewood's Spector Field in River Park
    • Cold Spring Pk: Cold Spring Park Neighborhood Association; bounded by Vliet Street to the north, Highland to the south, 27th Street to the east, and 35th Street to the west
    • Concordia: Historic Concordia Neighbors; West of 27th Street to 35th Street, and bordered on the north by Highland Avenue and on the south by Wisconsin Avenue; home to many mansions and larger old homes
    • Downtown: Milwaukee Downtown Business Improvement District; describes attractions, events, and aspects of downtown Milwaukee; describes public service ambassadors who help visitors with information; in the downtown, you will encounter panhandlers, but please consider giving directly to a charity or social service agency and not support the hustlers who operate in this area disguised as "homeless;" also, be wary of people collecting your name and signature for a variety of causes
    • East Side, The: The East Side Business Improvement District and East Side Association; located north of downtown and south of the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee campus and west of Lake Michigan and east of the Milwaukee river, The East Side encapsulates a mix of activities and neighborhoods
    • East Side, Upper: Upper East Side Business Improvement District; the area along North Oakland Avenue between East Linnwood on the north and East Newberry Blvd. on the south, and along East Locust Street a half-block to each alleyway both east and west of Oakland Ave; formerly known as University Square
    • East Town: East Town Association; East town is the area east of the Milwaukee River, north of Clybourn Street and south of Ogden Avenue; home of Bastille Days, Jazz in the Park, Gallery Night, a farmer's market; home of many office and condo buildings; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Granville: Historic Granville Chamber & Community Association; Granville is an area in northwest Milwaukee; bordered by County Line Road to the north, Mill Road to the south, 124th Street to the west and 68th Street to the east
    • Murray Hill: Neighborhood Association; the neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin bounded by Hartford Avenue to the North, Bradford Avenue to the South, Downer Avenue to the East, and Oakland Avenue to the West
    • NNS: Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service; a project of United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee; reporting on local issues in five Milwaukee communities: Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square, and the Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods of Burnham Park, Silver City and Layton Park
    • Jacobus Pk: Charles Jacobus Park Neighborhood Association; located in the southeast portion of Wauwatosa and the near west side of Milwaukee
    • Layton Blvd W: Layton Boulevard West Neighbors; a community development corporation, whose mission is to stabilize and revitalize the neighborhood through the empowerment of neighborhood leaders
    • Martin Dr: Martin Drive Neighborhood Association; neighborhood west of downtown in the area south of Washington Park along West Vliet St, US 41, and West Martin Drive
    • Menomonee Valley: Menomonee Valley Partners; the Menomonee Valley is the area around the Menomonee river which runs west to east to Lake Michigan in the center of Milwaukee; formerly a largely industrial area, the Monomonee Valley is now home to many new businesses and new developments; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Metcalfe Pk: Metcalfe Park Resident's Association
    • Mitchell St: West Historic Mitchell Street; commerical district; Mitchell Street Business Improvement District (BID) is a 16-block long district; Saint Stanislaus Church; Sun Fair summer festival
    • Old World 3rd: Old World Third Street; shopping and multi-use street extending from Wisconsin Avenue (just north of the Grand Avenue Mall) to Juneau Avenue where it turns into North Dr Martin Luther King Drive, Jr.
    • Park East: in-development area downtown/McKinley Avenue; located near the Milwaukee river, on the north side of downtown, this is land that was formerly the Park East Freeway Spur and is now available for sale and development; consists of: McKinley Avenue District, Lower Water Street District, and Upper Water Street District
    • Riverside Pk: Riverside Park Neighborhood Association; Riverside Park is on the east side of Milwaukee, along the banks of the Milwaukee River
    • Riverwest: Riverwest Neighborhood Association; the area on the western bank of the Milwaukee River north of (roughly) North Avenue; often nicknamed "Milwaukee's Left Bank" or "Bohemian Riverwest" because of its eclectic mix of people, places, and businesses
    • Sherman Pk: Sherman Park Community Organization; a historic and diverse neighborhood in the central area of Milwaukee
    • Silver City: Silver City Main Street; along West National Avenue in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 31st Street to Miller Park Way; named for the silver dollars workers from the nearby Menomonee Valley would spend there; puts on Silver City's Asian Festival
    • Story Hill: Story Hill Neighborhood Association; perched on a bluff overlooking Miller Park
    • Third Ward: Historic Third Ward Association; the Third Ward encompasses many art galleries, theaters, restaurants, apartments and condos, media-related businesses, the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; the area south of downtown, bordered on the east by Lake Michigan and the Summerfest grounds and on the west by the Milwaukee River; see photo album page available photo album page
    • Uptown Crossing: Uptown Crossing Business Improvement District; North Avenue from 60th Street to 45th Street
    • Washington Heights: Washington Heights Neighborhood Association
    • Washington Pk: Washington Park Neighborhood; east and north of Washington Park in central Milwaukee
    • West Town: Westown Association Business Improvement District; the area west of the Milwaukee river downtown; encompasses many businesses, parking, a farmer's market, Marquette Park, Old World Third Street, the Milwaukee Public Library Central branch, and the Wisconsin Center District
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    • Apt Showcase: Directory of apartments
    • ApartmentsOnTheWeb: Apartment rental search service
    • HACM: Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee; housing programs; chartered in 1944
    • Lodging WIA: Wisconsin Innkeepers Association; has a lodging search service
    • Property Data: Official city of Milwaukee Web site; allows you to look up information for property in Milwaukee; useful for checking out an apartment before renting it by seeing any code violations or finding out the tax or assessment value of a property
    • StartRenting: Directory of apartments
    • WiHousing: WIHousingSearch.org; resource to help you find a home that fits your needs and budget
    • -USA Housing-: National lodging and housing directories; there are national directories you can use to locate area lodging or housing
  • Dining: Find a place to eat in Milwaukee
    • FoodSpot: Directory of Wisconsin restaurants
    • JSOnline: Dining Section; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; gives reviews of area restaurants; includes directory of area restaurants
    • Meal Mobile: Delivery service; for a variety of quick and other types of food to be delivered to your door; serves downtown Milwaukee, The East Side, and eastern Wauwatosa residents and businesses
    • MilwaukeeFood: Dining search engine and guide
    • MKE Cafes: listing of coffeehouse-type spots in Milwaukee; notes those which offer free wireless Internet service
    • MKE Fun: gives a rundown on some places to eat by category; provides links to Web sites
    • -USA Dining-: National Dining directories; you can use this link to locate restaurants in the area that may not be listed in the local guides
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