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208 Apartments for rent in Fox Point, WI

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7 Units Available
The Chiswick at Dunwood
7700 North Port Washington Rd
Fox Point, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,495
892 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,135
1377 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,595
1771 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:46 PM
VIRTUAL TOURS AVAILABLE - EMAIL OR CALL OUR LEASING TEAM TODAY! A brand new Mandel Group Community open for Occupancy! Located at the South East corner of N Port Washington Road and Dunwood Road in Fox Point, Chiswick features 103 gracious luxury
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Porticos
500 West Bradley Road
Fox Point, WI
Studio
$1,050
1 Bedroom
$1,150
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
The Porticos is a gorgeous, quiet and secluded community nestled away in Fox Point, Wisconsin. It is conveniently situated between Good Hope Road and Brown Deer Road for easy access to an array of shops, restaurants and grocery stores.
Results within 1 mile of Fox Point
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2 Units Available
Beaumont Place
401 E Beaumont Ave
Whitefish Bay, WI
1 Bedroom
$2,210
925 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,494
1512 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:44 PM
Near Dominican High School and the waterfront. Modern and updated apartments featuring stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and walk-in closets. On-site gym, garages and a clubhouse. Pet-friendly.
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White Oaks Premier Apartments
9000 N White Oak Ln
Bayside, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,150
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
White Oaks Apartments is a beautiful property conveniently located in Bayside, Wisconsin. It is about 15 fifteen minutes from downtown Milwaukee and just 10 minutes from Bayshore Mall.
Results within 5 miles of Fox Point
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27 Units Available
Colonial Court Apartments
4532 N Wilson Dr
Shorewood, WI | Northwest Shorewood
Studio
$775
450 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
950 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:52 PM
With its attractive park-like setting, Colonial Court Apartments is conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants and recreation.
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33 Units Available
The Bevy
8600 North Deerwood Drive
Brown Deer, WI
Studio
$1,120
567 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,195
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1261 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:51 PM
The Bevy is located in a historic section of Brown Deer, the original Village. It benefits equally from the ease of a central location and the village appeal of a pedestrian friendly neighborhood.
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6 Units Available
Webster Terrace I
2544 North Frederick Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Murray Hill
1 Bedroom
$795
520 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
1 Bedroom Apartments: Modern building with air conditioning. Roomy, well maintained building. Close to UWM. Secured and covered parking. Free heat, appliances, Warner cable and internet
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3 Units Available
Chateau Murray
2510 North Murray Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Murray Hill
1 Bedroom
$845
511 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Modern, English Tudor style red brick building located on a quiet street. Elevators, heated underground parking, and security cameras. Beautiful units with lots of windows accented by a stone-cut foyer and immaculate hallways.
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1 Unit Available
River Edge
3869 North Humboldt Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Riverwest
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$855
670 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Modern, small, well-kept building across from Kern Park. Quiet. Off-street parking. Near Capitol Drive bus line.
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6 Units Available
Birch Tree Court
2595 North Cramer Street
Milwaukee, WI | Murray Hill
1 Bedroom
$825
460 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,035
670 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Large, modern, spacious units. Birch trees set off this neoclassic brick building. Elevator, air conditioning, security cameras, and heated underground parking. Stone-cut foyer, beautifully landscaped yard.
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2 Units Available
River Bend
3839 N Humboldt Ave
Milwaukee, WI | Riverwest
1 Bedroom
$735
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Modern, quiet apartments in a three story building across from Kern Park. Heated underground parking, air conditioning, and a large laundry room. Stone foyer with elevator. Close to shopping, parks, and entertainment. On bus line. Security cameras.
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1 Unit Available
Lake Park
2526 North Farwell Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Murray Hill
1 Bedroom
$895
620 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Big units in a small 12-unit building on a quiet street. Laundry facilities on every floor. Air conditioning and heated underground parking. Walk to all you need
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1 Unit Available
River Court
3863 North Humboldt Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Riverwest
1 Bedroom
$695
650 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
1 Bedroom Apartments: Classic art deco building across from Kern park. Large units with hardwood floors, old world charm with lots of closets, windows and charactor. Some units with sun rooms, dining rooms or eat in kitchens. Parking, garages.
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2 Units Available
Berkley
330 East Henry Clay Street
Whitefish Bay, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,025
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1700 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Luxury 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms in a fabulous seven unit building.
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2 Units Available
Norwood
730 East Henry Clay Street
Milwaukee, WI
1 Bedroom
$825
500 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Quality 1 & 2 bedroom units in colonial red brick building.
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4 Units Available
Villa Murray
2604 North Murray Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Murray Hill
1 Bedroom
$865
650 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
1 Bedroom Apartments: A 16-unit classy building on a quiet corner. Built-in china cabinets, newer carpeting. Heated garage. Some units have fireplaces. Beautifully landscaped with large trees. A must-see building.
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12 Units Available
Glen Hills Apartments
6600 N Sidney Pl
Glendale, WI
1 Bedroom
$840
679 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,040
929 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments are centrally located near shopping, dining and entertainment. Enjoy updated kitchens, large closets, in-unit laundry in some. Pet-friendly community with controlled access and parking. Access to bus lines, highways.
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9 Units Available
NorthPointe Apartments
9418 N Green Bay Rd
Brown Deer, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,075
861 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,315
1173 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
Lush grounds overlooking the Milwaukee River. Resort-style indoor swimming pool, tennis court, two fitness centers, and bike racks for active residents. Units with fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and abundant storage.
Verified
3 Units Available
River Place Apartments
4201 W Hawthorne Trace Rd
Milwaukee, WI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,005
1002 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
Close to shopping, including TJ Maxx and Pick'N Save. Amenities include 24-hour emergency maintenance, on-site management, and beautiful landscaping. Apartments have eat-in kitchens, ceiling fan, and air conditioning.
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4 Units Available
Presidio Square
5401 W Presidio Ln
Milwaukee, WI | Wyrick Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,415
1234 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
Prime, peaceful location just off Good Hope Road. Units features private patio/balcony, A/C, stainless steel fixtures, and walk-in closets. Community has bike storage, gym, pool, and clubhouse.
Verified
17 Units Available
Bay Village Townhomes
240 E Chateau Pl
Whitefish Bay, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,255
1000 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:05 PM
ocated in prestigious Whitefish Bay, Bay Village Townhomes offers the best of North Shore living at an affordable price! Enjoy being within walking distance of great parks and the charming Silver Spring shopping and entertainment district.
Verified
4 Units Available
3245 Oakland
3245 North Oakland Avenue #201
Milwaukee, WI | Cambridge Heights
1 Bedroom
$799
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,065
1000 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:29 AM
This property is located a mere block away from campus. This unit is carpeted throughout with a massive walk-through closet off the bedroom, three additional closets, and a built-in air-conditioner port.
Verified
8 Units Available
The Eastsider
2900 North Oakland
Milwaukee, WI | Upper East Side
Studio
$1,164
463 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,330
670 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,721
982 sqft
Last updated July 20 at 09:04 PM
The Eastsider is perfectly situated to provide an optimal living experience. The contemporary 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments offer the best in urban living, comfort, thoughtful modern design, high end finishes and a fantastic location.
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1 Unit Available
1633 on the Park
1633 West Bender Road
Glendale, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,295
775 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 06:07 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1633 on the Park in Glendale. View photos, descriptions and more!
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Apartment Rentals in Fox Point start at $950/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Fox Point. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Fox Point. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.

City Guide

Fox Point
Fox Point is home to the Chipstone Foundation, a Wisonsin-based foundation that is focused on promoting American decorative arts scholarship!
Fox Point is home to the Chipstone Foundation, a Wisonsin-based foundation that is focused on promoting American decorative arts scholarship!

Fox Point is a village in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin with a population of 6,701. It's located along the North Shore, just outside of Milwaukee and is named after a tiny point of land that juts out into Lake Michigan. It's mostly residential but is home to some quaint shops and restaurants, mostly tucked away in the far northwest side of town. It only covers about 2.90 square miles of land, so even though the population is so slight, you'll still be in close proximity to your neighbors! It's also home to the Albert and Edith Adelman House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places! The Mary Nohl Art Environment is on the National Register of Historic Places, too. It contains many pieces of historic folk art.

Moving to Fox Point

If you're thinking about looking for an apt for rent in Fox Point, congratulations! You've picked an awesome place to move. Residents love the laid-back vibe here as well as the proximity to Milwaukee and the lovely, quaint shopping plazas and restaurants in town. There are places for rent both in the Village Center, which is a little inland, as well as right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Of course, a waterfront home will cost you an arm and a leg, but many people here think it's worth it! Michigan winters can get pretty snowy and cold, so it might be best to look for places to rent in the summertime when you'll be able to get around more easily. Finding a studio or 1 bedroom apartment isn't as easy as finding single family homes for rent, but if you're diligent, you can do it. Just leave yourself about a month to look around for apartments and something will come up. Contact a few different Realtors to ask about availability.

When you head out to meet with a prospective landlord, remember a few things. One, show up on time and be friendly! A first impression goes a long way and you want them to like you right off the bat. Two, don't be shy about asking questions. You can ask your landlord what the neighborhood is like, what the people are like, how long the last tenant lived in the apartment, if it has any issues that you should be aware of. It's your new home after all and you want to make sure it's up to your standards. Find out if he or a property manager live near the apartment and are available to help you in case any issues come up. And you might want to ask if they raise the rent every year or if you can plan on paying the same rent in years to come.

What you'll need

In order to rent an apartment here, you'll want to gather all your rental documents and bring them to each of your apartment viewings. This is just basic stuff, but it might take you some time to gather it all together so do so in advance to save yourself time. You'll need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, your credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, letter of employment and references from past landlords or people who can vouch for your character.

Moving to Fox Point
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If you're thinking about looking for an apt for rent in Fox Point, congratulations! You've picked an awesome place to move. Residents love the laid-back vibe here as well as the proximity to Milwaukee and the lovely, quaint shopping plazas and restaurants in town. There are places for rent both in the Village Center, which is a little inland, as well as right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Of course, a waterfront home will cost you an arm and a leg, but many people here think it's worth it! Michigan winters can get pretty snowy and cold, so it might be best to look for places to rent in the summertime when you'll be able to get around more easily. Finding a studio or 1 bedroom apartment isn't as easy as finding single family homes for rent, but if you're diligent, you can do it. Just leave yourself about a month to look around for apartments and something will come up. Contact a few different Realtors to ask about availability.

When you head out to meet with a prospective landlord, remember a few things. One, show up on time and be friendly! A first impression goes a long way and you want them to like you right off the bat. Two, don't be shy about asking questions. You can ask your landlord what the neighborhood is like, what the people are like, how long the last tenant lived in the apartment, if it has any issues that you should be aware of. It's your new home after all and you want to make sure it's up to your standards. Find out if he or a property manager live near the apartment and are available to help you in case any issues come up. And you might want to ask if they raise the rent every year or if you can plan on paying the same rent in years to come.

What you'll need

In order to rent an apartment here, you'll want to gather all your rental documents and bring them to each of your apartment viewings. This is just basic stuff, but it might take you some time to gather it all together so do so in advance to save yourself time. You'll need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, your credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, letter of employment and references from past landlords or people who can vouch for your character.

Neighborhoods in Fox Point

Okay, so it's a tiny place! That doesn't mean it can't have neighborhoods, right? There are two pretty distinct sections of Fox Point that are basically defined by being on the water or not being on the water. Pretty simple, right? Here's a little more information about what you can expect to find in these two different neighborhoods.

Village Center/Cardinal Stritch U: This is the part of town that is distinctly not on the water! It's still not far from Lake Michigan, but the homes here are tucked a little further inland. It's a suburban area and the homes here are a little pricier than other areas. There are a lot of older, well-established homes here so you might luck out and find a gorgeous old home! Most folks here commute to work in Milwaukee, only about 20 minutes away. It's also where you'll find the RiverPoint Village Shopping Center and almost all of the town's restaurants, like Benji's Deli, Noodles & Company and Jose's Blue Sombrero.

North Lake Drive and East Dean Road: This part of town is sandwiched right against Lake Michigan and offers some pretty spectacular views of the water. Doctor's Park is on the north side of the neighborhoods. Homes right on the water are pretty darn expensive but otherwise rents here are pretty reasonable. There's a fair vacancy rate and a lot of older homes, especially along the beautiful North Beach Drive. You'll also find Rosati's Pizza here.

Neighborhoods in Fox Point
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Okay, so it's a tiny place! That doesn't mean it can't have neighborhoods, right? There are two pretty distinct sections of Fox Point that are basically defined by being on the water or not being on the water. Pretty simple, right? Here's a little more information about what you can expect to find in these two different neighborhoods.

Village Center/Cardinal Stritch U: This is the part of town that is distinctly not on the water! It's still not far from Lake Michigan, but the homes here are tucked a little further inland. It's a suburban area and the homes here are a little pricier than other areas. There are a lot of older, well-established homes here so you might luck out and find a gorgeous old home! Most folks here commute to work in Milwaukee, only about 20 minutes away. It's also where you'll find the RiverPoint Village Shopping Center and almost all of the town's restaurants, like Benji's Deli, Noodles & Company and Jose's Blue Sombrero.

North Lake Drive and East Dean Road: This part of town is sandwiched right against Lake Michigan and offers some pretty spectacular views of the water. Doctor's Park is on the north side of the neighborhoods. Homes right on the water are pretty darn expensive but otherwise rents here are pretty reasonable. There's a fair vacancy rate and a lot of older homes, especially along the beautiful North Beach Drive. You'll also find Rosati's Pizza here.

Living in Fox Point

The village is bordered by beautiful Lake Michigan on the east, Interstate 43 on the west, the Village of Whitefish Bay on the south and the Village of Bayside on the north. It's a pretty little community of peaceful tree-lined streets and woodsy areas. You'll also find gorgeous ravines and amazing Lake Michigan vistas. Residents here enjoy a super high quality of life, with a wide range of housing options and some great local business for shopping and dining. Doctor's Park, to the east, sits right on Lake Michigan and is a perfect place to spend the day or camp out overnight. There's a Best Buy up in the northwest corner of town and the NSB Bar & Grill is a favorite place for the townspeople to gather and watch a game while drinking a beer. There's also Los Paisa Restaurant and Maxfield's Pancake House, among other eateries up in this corner of town. The Milwaukee River is just to the west of town and it draws in a lot of visitors year round who love the pretty, relaxing setting. Homes here average just a bit above the national average, but are still quite affordable. Overall, the community is safe, secure and attractive and a great place to look for places to rent!

Living in Fox Point
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The village is bordered by beautiful Lake Michigan on the east, Interstate 43 on the west, the Village of Whitefish Bay on the south and the Village of Bayside on the north. It's a pretty little community of peaceful tree-lined streets and woodsy areas. You'll also find gorgeous ravines and amazing Lake Michigan vistas. Residents here enjoy a super high quality of life, with a wide range of housing options and some great local business for shopping and dining. Doctor's Park, to the east, sits right on Lake Michigan and is a perfect place to spend the day or camp out overnight. There's a Best Buy up in the northwest corner of town and the NSB Bar & Grill is a favorite place for the townspeople to gather and watch a game while drinking a beer. There's also Los Paisa Restaurant and Maxfield's Pancake House, among other eateries up in this corner of town. The Milwaukee River is just to the west of town and it draws in a lot of visitors year round who love the pretty, relaxing setting. Homes here average just a bit above the national average, but are still quite affordable. Overall, the community is safe, secure and attractive and a great place to look for places to rent!

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City Guide

Fox Point
Fox Point is home to the Chipstone Foundation, a Wisonsin-based foundation that is focused on promoting American decorative arts scholarship!
Fox Point is home to the Chipstone Foundation, a Wisonsin-based foundation that is focused on promoting American decorative arts scholarship!

Fox Point is a village in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin with a population of 6,701. It's located along the North Shore, just outside of Milwaukee and is named after a tiny point of land that juts out into Lake Michigan. It's mostly residential but is home to some quaint shops and restaurants, mostly tucked away in the far northwest side of town. It only covers about 2.90 square miles of land, so even though the population is so slight, you'll still be in close proximity to your neighbors! It's also home to the Albert and Edith Adelman House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places! The Mary Nohl Art Environment is on the National Register of Historic Places, too. It contains many pieces of historic folk art.

Moving to Fox Point

If you're thinking about looking for an apt for rent in Fox Point, congratulations! You've picked an awesome place to move. Residents love the laid-back vibe here as well as the proximity to Milwaukee and the lovely, quaint shopping plazas and restaurants in town. There are places for rent both in the Village Center, which is a little inland, as well as right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Of course, a waterfront home will cost you an arm and a leg, but many people here think it's worth it! Michigan winters can get pretty snowy and cold, so it might be best to look for places to rent in the summertime when you'll be able to get around more easily. Finding a studio or 1 bedroom apartment isn't as easy as finding single family homes for rent, but if you're diligent, you can do it. Just leave yourself about a month to look around for apartments and something will come up. Contact a few different Realtors to ask about availability.

When you head out to meet with a prospective landlord, remember a few things. One, show up on time and be friendly! A first impression goes a long way and you want them to like you right off the bat. Two, don't be shy about asking questions. You can ask your landlord what the neighborhood is like, what the people are like, how long the last tenant lived in the apartment, if it has any issues that you should be aware of. It's your new home after all and you want to make sure it's up to your standards. Find out if he or a property manager live near the apartment and are available to help you in case any issues come up. And you might want to ask if they raise the rent every year or if you can plan on paying the same rent in years to come.

What you'll need

In order to rent an apartment here, you'll want to gather all your rental documents and bring them to each of your apartment viewings. This is just basic stuff, but it might take you some time to gather it all together so do so in advance to save yourself time. You'll need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, your credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, letter of employment and references from past landlords or people who can vouch for your character.

Moving to Fox Point
+

If you're thinking about looking for an apt for rent in Fox Point, congratulations! You've picked an awesome place to move. Residents love the laid-back vibe here as well as the proximity to Milwaukee and the lovely, quaint shopping plazas and restaurants in town. There are places for rent both in the Village Center, which is a little inland, as well as right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Of course, a waterfront home will cost you an arm and a leg, but many people here think it's worth it! Michigan winters can get pretty snowy and cold, so it might be best to look for places to rent in the summertime when you'll be able to get around more easily. Finding a studio or 1 bedroom apartment isn't as easy as finding single family homes for rent, but if you're diligent, you can do it. Just leave yourself about a month to look around for apartments and something will come up. Contact a few different Realtors to ask about availability.

When you head out to meet with a prospective landlord, remember a few things. One, show up on time and be friendly! A first impression goes a long way and you want them to like you right off the bat. Two, don't be shy about asking questions. You can ask your landlord what the neighborhood is like, what the people are like, how long the last tenant lived in the apartment, if it has any issues that you should be aware of. It's your new home after all and you want to make sure it's up to your standards. Find out if he or a property manager live near the apartment and are available to help you in case any issues come up. And you might want to ask if they raise the rent every year or if you can plan on paying the same rent in years to come.

What you'll need

In order to rent an apartment here, you'll want to gather all your rental documents and bring them to each of your apartment viewings. This is just basic stuff, but it might take you some time to gather it all together so do so in advance to save yourself time. You'll need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, your credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, letter of employment and references from past landlords or people who can vouch for your character.

Neighborhoods in Fox Point

Okay, so it's a tiny place! That doesn't mean it can't have neighborhoods, right? There are two pretty distinct sections of Fox Point that are basically defined by being on the water or not being on the water. Pretty simple, right? Here's a little more information about what you can expect to find in these two different neighborhoods.

Village Center/Cardinal Stritch U: This is the part of town that is distinctly not on the water! It's still not far from Lake Michigan, but the homes here are tucked a little further inland. It's a suburban area and the homes here are a little pricier than other areas. There are a lot of older, well-established homes here so you might luck out and find a gorgeous old home! Most folks here commute to work in Milwaukee, only about 20 minutes away. It's also where you'll find the RiverPoint Village Shopping Center and almost all of the town's restaurants, like Benji's Deli, Noodles & Company and Jose's Blue Sombrero.

North Lake Drive and East Dean Road: This part of town is sandwiched right against Lake Michigan and offers some pretty spectacular views of the water. Doctor's Park is on the north side of the neighborhoods. Homes right on the water are pretty darn expensive but otherwise rents here are pretty reasonable. There's a fair vacancy rate and a lot of older homes, especially along the beautiful North Beach Drive. You'll also find Rosati's Pizza here.

Neighborhoods in Fox Point
+

Okay, so it's a tiny place! That doesn't mean it can't have neighborhoods, right? There are two pretty distinct sections of Fox Point that are basically defined by being on the water or not being on the water. Pretty simple, right? Here's a little more information about what you can expect to find in these two different neighborhoods.

Village Center/Cardinal Stritch U: This is the part of town that is distinctly not on the water! It's still not far from Lake Michigan, but the homes here are tucked a little further inland. It's a suburban area and the homes here are a little pricier than other areas. There are a lot of older, well-established homes here so you might luck out and find a gorgeous old home! Most folks here commute to work in Milwaukee, only about 20 minutes away. It's also where you'll find the RiverPoint Village Shopping Center and almost all of the town's restaurants, like Benji's Deli, Noodles & Company and Jose's Blue Sombrero.

North Lake Drive and East Dean Road: This part of town is sandwiched right against Lake Michigan and offers some pretty spectacular views of the water. Doctor's Park is on the north side of the neighborhoods. Homes right on the water are pretty darn expensive but otherwise rents here are pretty reasonable. There's a fair vacancy rate and a lot of older homes, especially along the beautiful North Beach Drive. You'll also find Rosati's Pizza here.

Living in Fox Point

The village is bordered by beautiful Lake Michigan on the east, Interstate 43 on the west, the Village of Whitefish Bay on the south and the Village of Bayside on the north. It's a pretty little community of peaceful tree-lined streets and woodsy areas. You'll also find gorgeous ravines and amazing Lake Michigan vistas. Residents here enjoy a super high quality of life, with a wide range of housing options and some great local business for shopping and dining. Doctor's Park, to the east, sits right on Lake Michigan and is a perfect place to spend the day or camp out overnight. There's a Best Buy up in the northwest corner of town and the NSB Bar & Grill is a favorite place for the townspeople to gather and watch a game while drinking a beer. There's also Los Paisa Restaurant and Maxfield's Pancake House, among other eateries up in this corner of town. The Milwaukee River is just to the west of town and it draws in a lot of visitors year round who love the pretty, relaxing setting. Homes here average just a bit above the national average, but are still quite affordable. Overall, the community is safe, secure and attractive and a great place to look for places to rent!

Living in Fox Point
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The village is bordered by beautiful Lake Michigan on the east, Interstate 43 on the west, the Village of Whitefish Bay on the south and the Village of Bayside on the north. It's a pretty little community of peaceful tree-lined streets and woodsy areas. You'll also find gorgeous ravines and amazing Lake Michigan vistas. Residents here enjoy a super high quality of life, with a wide range of housing options and some great local business for shopping and dining. Doctor's Park, to the east, sits right on Lake Michigan and is a perfect place to spend the day or camp out overnight. There's a Best Buy up in the northwest corner of town and the NSB Bar & Grill is a favorite place for the townspeople to gather and watch a game while drinking a beer. There's also Los Paisa Restaurant and Maxfield's Pancake House, among other eateries up in this corner of town. The Milwaukee River is just to the west of town and it draws in a lot of visitors year round who love the pretty, relaxing setting. Homes here average just a bit above the national average, but are still quite affordable. Overall, the community is safe, secure and attractive and a great place to look for places to rent!