Milwaukee serviced apartments
Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee, Wis., is the largest city in the Badger State. BridgeStreet’s Milwaukee serviced apartments are the perfect alternative to chain hotels for visitors spending time in "Brew City," and they are conveniently located in the heart of Milwaukee.
Raise a glass
The city's nickname is a reference to Milwaukee's long history of brewing beer. Many of the first settlers to establish themselves in Milwaukee were of German descent, and the craftsmanship of their beers and ales is among the best in the world. This, combined with the city's relatively small population during the 19th century and Milwaukee's proximity to Chicago, made the city one of the most important brewing centers in the U.S. In fact, Milwaukee is often referred to as the "Beer Capital of the World."
Of course, there is much more to do in Brew City than enjoy a cold beer. Milwaukee is also home to dozens of fine restaurants, many of which serve a variety German, French, Italian and American cuisine. With such a diverse cultural heritage, Milwaukee is the perfect place to sample delicious food from around the world, and BridgeStreet’s Milwaukee serviced apartments are located within walking distance of some of the city's finest eateries.
A vibrant economy
Although popular with tourists, Milwaukee is also an excellent place to do business. Several Fortune 500 companies are located in the city, including Johnson Controls, Northwest Mutual and iconic motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson.
Healthcare is one of the most dynamic employment sectors in Milwaukee. The city is home to General Electric's diagnostic imaging division, and healthcare systems like Aurora and Wheaton Franciscan employ almost 34,000 people collectively.
Milwaukee is one of the most important cultural centers in the Midwest. Home to several prominent museums, such as the Charles Allis, Eisner and Milwaukee Public museums, the city also boasts some quirkier attractions, like the International Clown Hall of Fame. Of course, no visit to Brew City is complete without a tour of Pabst Mansion, once owned by the founder of the Pabst Brewing Company, and a walk around the Harley-Davidson Museum.
BridgeStreet’s Milwaukee serviced apartments put a world of business and entertainment on visitors' doorsteps. Properties like the Jefferson Block Apartments and Park Lafayette are located just minutes from downtown, making it easy and convenient to explore Brew City and get to know what makes Milwaukee such a unique destination.