Wangard’s Freshwater Plaza Hits Milestone
Freshwater Apartments is now leasing!
Wangard Partners, Inc. (Wangard) is excited to announce that our latest urban neighborhood development is now leasing! Freshwater Apartments is now leasing and construction tours are taking place!
The pet-friendly Freshwater Apartments includes 76 residential apartment homes as well as mixed-use retail and office, which is transforming the long-standing industrial setting. The development is nestled in the vibrant and active Fifth Ward/Walker’s Point area; among coffee shops, cafes, bike trails and restaurants.
The apartments offer spacious floor plans, and with over 15 plans available, residents have their choice of options to fit their personal style and flare. Layouts available include studios, one bedroom or two bedroom plans with a balcony or patio. The building has an urban appeal with contemporary aesthetics and a clean architectural style; making it the perfect place to call home.
“Freshwater Apartments is one phase of the four-phase Freshwater Plaza development, a 180,000 square-foot mixed-use urban development located at the eastern edge of Historic Walker’s Point, a neighborhood 1.3 miles south of Downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Freshwater Plaza Apartments is shaping a redevelopment of a key industrial corridor, connecting two well-established and flourishing neighborhoods serving as the gateway to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences,” stated Chad Venne, Executive Vice President of Property Management at Wangard Partners, Inc.
Freshwater Plaza Renderings
Apartment units are available for lease now as are retail spaces! For more information on the 4th floor apartment units available as of October 15th, 2016, visit www.freshwaterapt.com or call 414.581.0100.
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