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928 Apartments for rent in Franklin, WI

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Velo Village
7235 South Ballpark Drive
Franklin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,159
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,459
1142 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:04 PM
OPENING NOVEMBER 1st 2020! Velo Village Apartments at Ballpark Commons. Explore and unwind at Velo Village in Franklin, Wisconsin.
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7 Units Available
Manchester Oaks
6801 Parkedge Cir
Franklin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,290
871 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,480
1179 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 08:19 PM
Surrounded by lush landscaping in a peaceful, wooded setting, Manchester Oaks is, simply put, home. We include corporate housing suites and furnished apartments; making us the perfect place for you to call home for short and long-term.
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22 Units Available
Whitnall Pointe
10591 W Cortez Cir
Franklin, WI
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1 Bedroom
$820
702 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$945
885 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:04 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Whitnall Pointe in Franklin. View photos, descriptions and more!
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5 Units Available
Mission Hills Apartments
7755 S Scepter Dr
Franklin, WI
1 Bedroom
$925
760 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,115
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
Great location close to standout schools, shopping, and several restaurants, including Cousins Subs. Apartments offer air conditioning, dishwasher, and spacious closets. Community includes beautiful landscaping, business center, and fitness center.
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5 Units Available
Ryan Green
9506 S Ryan Green Ct
Franklin, WI
1 Bedroom
$989
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,131
1100 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
A day on the golf course is home for many. For you, home is where the magnificent Oakwood Golf Course is steps away. A setting beautiful and natural, and yet, within minutes to the conveniences and attractions of the city.
1 Unit Available
9063 South Cordgrass Circle West
9063 South Cordgrass Circle West
Franklin, WI
3 Bedrooms
$2,295
2200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:41 PM
Custom-built split ranch condo surrounded by nature preserve. 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, 2.5 car garage.
1 Unit Available
11906 W. Loomis Road
11906 West Loomis Road
Franklin, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
11906 W. Loomis Road Available 12/01/20 Large Property with Pond - A piece of paradise with a pond to fish on. Farm house with 3 bedrooms and 2 car garage on a large piece of property. (RLNE6237291)
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4 Units Available
The Highlands
12445 Mac Alister Way
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,200
941 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,530
1362 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
Smoke Free Apartments The City Beckons But The Suburbs Call You Home Our exceptional line of apartment communities is located in New Berlin. The Highlands has created a sense of luxury and style both inside and out.
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2 Units Available
Village Garden
10701 West Grange Avenue
Hales Corners, WI
1 Bedroom
$645
780 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:42 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Village Garden in Hales Corners. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
5642 South Marilyn Street
5642 South Marilyn Street
Milwaukee, WI | Gra-Ram
2 Bedrooms
$875
925 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Newly Remodeled new windows, New Kitchen counter top and cabinets, New appliances, new bathroom Vanity Application: https://www.hemlane.com/listings/5642-s-marilyn-st-milwaukee-wi-53221-usa-unit-4/6b243951-f0fd-40fd-95ed-c799503ac097 (RLNE6192230)
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Forte at 84South
9125 W Sura Ln
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,195
697 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,925
1288 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:48 PM
Forté at 84 South is part of Greenfield's newest 84 South development, featuring all of the shops, restaurants, and entertainment that you've been looking for.
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10 Units Available
Emerald Row Apartments
7971 South 6th Street
Oak Creek, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,265
842 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,935
1334 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,210
1629 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:37 PM
Emerald Row is a new residential apartment community in Oak Creek at Drexel Town Square.
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8 Units Available
Ravinia
4280 S Ravinia Dr
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,175
942 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,180
1104 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:00 PM
Ravinia is a comfortable community offering amenities like air conditioning, dishwashers, ovens, ranges, refrigerators, in-unit laundry and washer/dryer hookups. The community features pet-friendly amenities and a pool.
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24 Units Available
Will Rose
S72 W16300 Janesville Road
Muskego, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,395
981 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,975
1383 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:59 PM
Luxurious apartment living has found its ideal form for the residents at Will Rose Apartments in Muskego.
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12 Units Available
Briarwick Apartments
9050 W Waterford Sq S
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,063
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,127
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Located in a park-like setting, Briarwick Apartments is conveniently located for shopping and dining and is just minutes from freeway access. Enjoy the outdoors with your family or pets on our beautifully landscaped grounds.
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Greenway Apartments
6507 Greenway
Greendale, WI
1 Bedroom
$825
2 Bedrooms
$825
3 Bedrooms
$950
Last updated November 24 at 09:05 PM
Welcome to 6507 Greenway located down the street from Southridge Mall and the Greendale Town Center, close to I43, I894 and I94 just minutes to downtown Milwaukee. Managed by Katz Properties.
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7 Units Available
Pinewood Creek
3150 S Pinewood Creek Ct
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,174
1092 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
A sanctuary for serenity in the middle of your busy life, Pinewood Creek offers a stunning 33 acre forest for your backyard. The breeze whispering through the trees as you stretch out on your private patio or deck.
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6 Units Available
French Quarter Apartments
9707 W National Ave
West Allis, WI | President Heights
1 Bedroom
$859
635 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,055
935 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
French Quarter Apartments is a well established community offering Comfort and Harmony for all its residents.
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17 Units Available
Stonegate
13301 W National Ave
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,250
919 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,425
1309 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
Smoke Free Community At StoneGate you decide how you want to live your life. We have multiple style apartments some with lofts, fireplaces, garages and cathedral ceilings. You decide what works for you.
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13 Units Available
Fountain Square
3115 S Fountain Square Blvd
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,110
891 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,190
1071 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
Smoke Free Apartments The perfect escape from the stress of the day! Enjoy coming home in one of our large and roomy floor plans. Our different floorplan styles are geared to fit what you need and what you don't need. It's your choice.
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11 Units Available
Piccadilly Apartments
10137 W Coldspring Rd
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$898
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,066
1009 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Piccadilly Apartments is nestled in a quiet suburban neighborhood. We offer numerous amenities in a fantastic location.
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5 Units Available
Autumn Glen
11200 W Cleveland Ave
West Allis, WI | Root River Estates
1 Bedroom
$979
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,177
1080 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Autumn Glen is a community offering all the solutions to todays busy lifestyle. -Private Entrances -Pet Friendly -Patio/Balcony -Individually Controlled Heating -Central Air Conditioning -Multiple Spacious Closets -24 Hour On-Call Maintenance
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1 Unit Available
Seaway Terrace
4601 South 1st Street
Milwaukee, WI | Town of Lake
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1 Bedroom
$775
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 23 at 03:46 PM
Seaway Terrace is Milwaukee's best kept secret! You'll find recently renovated apartments with hardwood floors in a bright clean building! Our mission statement is simple. We offer quality apartments at affordable rents in a convenient location.
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2 Units Available
Ridge Manor
10600 W Grange Court
Hales Corners, WI
1 Bedroom
$775
750 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:42 PM
Ridge Manor Apartments offers well appointed, one bedroom apartments in the best location in Southeast Wisconsin.Very quiet and private surroundings. The apartments are large and include all appliances and window treatments.
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City Guide

Franklin
Records of overwhelmed Wisconsin suburbanites trying to distance themselves from the Milwaukee rat race date all the way back to 1956 when Franklin town officials went into hiding to dodge summons servers attempting to annex the small community to the City of Milwaukee.
Records of overwhelmed Wisconsin suburbanites trying to distance themselves from the Milwaukee rat race date all the way back to 1956 when Franklin town officials went into hiding to dodge summons servers attempting to annex the small community to the City of Milwaukee.

Organized into a township in 1841, Franklin has evolved from rugged wilderness to open farmland to a charming suburb that also brings some serious economic vigor to the table. Office parks and new housing are springing up rapidly, making this an ideal locale for young families to work and play. The manufacturing industry is still alive and well in Franklin. Nearly 3,000 residents are employed at 34 plants, including industrial food processors, paper packaging, printing and machinery. Seniors also enjoy the slow place of life in Franklin and appreciate the hospital, 6 clinics and 24 retirement homes located within the community. The strong presence of health care facilities draws in an army of job seekers and more than 4,000 residents are employed in the health and education industries. Big city fixes are easy to satisfy with downtown Milwaukee only 10 miles away and downtown Chicago a quick 80-mile drive. Relaxation aficionados will enjoy the 16 city parks, 11 county parks and 7 others -- 3,881 total acres of outdoor recreation space.

Living in Franklin

Sit Back and Relax New residents won't want to miss the communities annual events. Just like any all-American small town, there's a 4th of July celebration, but Franklin takes it a step further by starting the festivities on July 3rd. Dubbed the Franklin Civic Celebration, events on the 3rd and 4th of July include carnival rides, live entertainment, parades, fireworks and even an arm wrestling contest. The St. Martins Fair, appropriately located on St. Martins Road, occurs on the first Mondays of every month and on Labor Day weekend. Vendors flock from all over the greater Milwaukee area to sell their wares, including fresh produce and flowers, crafts, artwork and miscellaneous treasures. Residents who want to unload their attics and basements can apply for booth space at the Franklin City Clerk's office. 

Summers in Franklin include much-loved concerts in the park. Since it's Wisconsin, you know there will be a Polka band or two. Also look for classic big band music and some golden oldies. Residents who don't show up with their dancing shoes can relax on a lawn chair or blanket, and refreshments are often provided. 

One summer evening per year the police and fire departments sponsor a National Night Out, in which officers display their vehicles, answer questions and provide safety materials. The city of Franklin also distributes tree saplings to residents each Spring, in honor of Arbor Day. There's also an annual city-wide cleanup and an organized trick-or-treat event for Halloween. 

Leisure Activities The Franklin Public Library is the place to be all year round if you want to do some leisure reading or serious research. Midwest Living magazine featured a story on this particular library when its librarian started a "Books for Soldiers" program. 

Franklin's Greatest Generation comes together for frequent Senior Dining events at the Franklin City Hall Community Room. For a small donation of $2.50, residents age 60 and older are treated to a nutritious meal to take home or enjoy with other area seniors. 

There's also a long list of civic organizations, including The Franklin Historical Society, Lion's Club, and a Snowmobile Club. Yes, Wisconsin newbies will need to get used to the snow. Franklin typically sees about 40 inches of the white stuff per year, which is almost double the national average, but about 5 inches short of the Wisconsin average. 

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Sit Back and Relax New residents won't want to miss the communities annual events. Just like any all-American small town, there's a 4th of July celebration, but Franklin takes it a step further by starting the festivities on July 3rd. Dubbed the Franklin Civic Celebration, events on the 3rd and 4th of July include carnival rides, live entertainment, parades, fireworks and even an arm wrestling contest. The St. Martins Fair, appropriately located on St. Martins Road, occurs on the first Mondays of every month and on Labor Day weekend. Vendors flock from all over the greater Milwaukee area to sell their wares, including fresh produce and flowers, crafts, artwork and miscellaneous treasures. Residents who want to unload their attics and basements can apply for booth space at the Franklin City Clerk's office. 

Summers in Franklin include much-loved concerts in the park. Since it's Wisconsin, you know there will be a Polka band or two. Also look for classic big band music and some golden oldies. Residents who don't show up with their dancing shoes can relax on a lawn chair or blanket, and refreshments are often provided. 

One summer evening per year the police and fire departments sponsor a National Night Out, in which officers display their vehicles, answer questions and provide safety materials. The city of Franklin also distributes tree saplings to residents each Spring, in honor of Arbor Day. There's also an annual city-wide cleanup and an organized trick-or-treat event for Halloween. 

Leisure Activities The Franklin Public Library is the place to be all year round if you want to do some leisure reading or serious research. Midwest Living magazine featured a story on this particular library when its librarian started a "Books for Soldiers" program. 

Franklin's Greatest Generation comes together for frequent Senior Dining events at the Franklin City Hall Community Room. For a small donation of $2.50, residents age 60 and older are treated to a nutritious meal to take home or enjoy with other area seniors. 

There's also a long list of civic organizations, including The Franklin Historical Society, Lion's Club, and a Snowmobile Club. Yes, Wisconsin newbies will need to get used to the snow. Franklin typically sees about 40 inches of the white stuff per year, which is almost double the national average, but about 5 inches short of the Wisconsin average. 

Getting Around

To embrace the American dream by renting in Suburban Franklin, you'll need a car, since bus service outside Milwaukee is limited. The cost of living is relatively low by national standards, and there is ample free parking outside the many rentals available in the area. You can expect all parts of Franklin to be friendly and relaxed without much traffic congestion. Rentals are available in apartment complexes, older homes and duplexes and new developments. Your perfect getaway on the outskirts of Brew City is waiting for you.

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To embrace the American dream by renting in Suburban Franklin, you'll need a car, since bus service outside Milwaukee is limited. The cost of living is relatively low by national standards, and there is ample free parking outside the many rentals available in the area. You can expect all parts of Franklin to be friendly and relaxed without much traffic congestion. Rentals are available in apartment complexes, older homes and duplexes and new developments. Your perfect getaway on the outskirts of Brew City is waiting for you.

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Franklin
Records of overwhelmed Wisconsin suburbanites trying to distance themselves from the Milwaukee rat race date all the way back to 1956 when Franklin town officials went into hiding to dodge summons servers attempting to annex the small community to the City of Milwaukee.
Records of overwhelmed Wisconsin suburbanites trying to distance themselves from the Milwaukee rat race date all the way back to 1956 when Franklin town officials went into hiding to dodge summons servers attempting to annex the small community to the City of Milwaukee.

Organized into a township in 1841, Franklin has evolved from rugged wilderness to open farmland to a charming suburb that also brings some serious economic vigor to the table. Office parks and new housing are springing up rapidly, making this an ideal locale for young families to work and play. The manufacturing industry is still alive and well in Franklin. Nearly 3,000 residents are employed at 34 plants, including industrial food processors, paper packaging, printing and machinery. Seniors also enjoy the slow place of life in Franklin and appreciate the hospital, 6 clinics and 24 retirement homes located within the community. The strong presence of health care facilities draws in an army of job seekers and more than 4,000 residents are employed in the health and education industries. Big city fixes are easy to satisfy with downtown Milwaukee only 10 miles away and downtown Chicago a quick 80-mile drive. Relaxation aficionados will enjoy the 16 city parks, 11 county parks and 7 others -- 3,881 total acres of outdoor recreation space.

Living in Franklin

Sit Back and Relax New residents won't want to miss the communities annual events. Just like any all-American small town, there's a 4th of July celebration, but Franklin takes it a step further by starting the festivities on July 3rd. Dubbed the Franklin Civic Celebration, events on the 3rd and 4th of July include carnival rides, live entertainment, parades, fireworks and even an arm wrestling contest. The St. Martins Fair, appropriately located on St. Martins Road, occurs on the first Mondays of every month and on Labor Day weekend. Vendors flock from all over the greater Milwaukee area to sell their wares, including fresh produce and flowers, crafts, artwork and miscellaneous treasures. Residents who want to unload their attics and basements can apply for booth space at the Franklin City Clerk's office. 

Summers in Franklin include much-loved concerts in the park. Since it's Wisconsin, you know there will be a Polka band or two. Also look for classic big band music and some golden oldies. Residents who don't show up with their dancing shoes can relax on a lawn chair or blanket, and refreshments are often provided. 

One summer evening per year the police and fire departments sponsor a National Night Out, in which officers display their vehicles, answer questions and provide safety materials. The city of Franklin also distributes tree saplings to residents each Spring, in honor of Arbor Day. There's also an annual city-wide cleanup and an organized trick-or-treat event for Halloween. 

Leisure Activities The Franklin Public Library is the place to be all year round if you want to do some leisure reading or serious research. Midwest Living magazine featured a story on this particular library when its librarian started a "Books for Soldiers" program. 

Franklin's Greatest Generation comes together for frequent Senior Dining events at the Franklin City Hall Community Room. For a small donation of $2.50, residents age 60 and older are treated to a nutritious meal to take home or enjoy with other area seniors. 

There's also a long list of civic organizations, including The Franklin Historical Society, Lion's Club, and a Snowmobile Club. Yes, Wisconsin newbies will need to get used to the snow. Franklin typically sees about 40 inches of the white stuff per year, which is almost double the national average, but about 5 inches short of the Wisconsin average. 

Living in Franklin
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Sit Back and Relax New residents won't want to miss the communities annual events. Just like any all-American small town, there's a 4th of July celebration, but Franklin takes it a step further by starting the festivities on July 3rd. Dubbed the Franklin Civic Celebration, events on the 3rd and 4th of July include carnival rides, live entertainment, parades, fireworks and even an arm wrestling contest. The St. Martins Fair, appropriately located on St. Martins Road, occurs on the first Mondays of every month and on Labor Day weekend. Vendors flock from all over the greater Milwaukee area to sell their wares, including fresh produce and flowers, crafts, artwork and miscellaneous treasures. Residents who want to unload their attics and basements can apply for booth space at the Franklin City Clerk's office. 

Summers in Franklin include much-loved concerts in the park. Since it's Wisconsin, you know there will be a Polka band or two. Also look for classic big band music and some golden oldies. Residents who don't show up with their dancing shoes can relax on a lawn chair or blanket, and refreshments are often provided. 

One summer evening per year the police and fire departments sponsor a National Night Out, in which officers display their vehicles, answer questions and provide safety materials. The city of Franklin also distributes tree saplings to residents each Spring, in honor of Arbor Day. There's also an annual city-wide cleanup and an organized trick-or-treat event for Halloween. 

Leisure Activities The Franklin Public Library is the place to be all year round if you want to do some leisure reading or serious research. Midwest Living magazine featured a story on this particular library when its librarian started a "Books for Soldiers" program. 

Franklin's Greatest Generation comes together for frequent Senior Dining events at the Franklin City Hall Community Room. For a small donation of $2.50, residents age 60 and older are treated to a nutritious meal to take home or enjoy with other area seniors. 

There's also a long list of civic organizations, including The Franklin Historical Society, Lion's Club, and a Snowmobile Club. Yes, Wisconsin newbies will need to get used to the snow. Franklin typically sees about 40 inches of the white stuff per year, which is almost double the national average, but about 5 inches short of the Wisconsin average. 

Getting Around

To embrace the American dream by renting in Suburban Franklin, you'll need a car, since bus service outside Milwaukee is limited. The cost of living is relatively low by national standards, and there is ample free parking outside the many rentals available in the area. You can expect all parts of Franklin to be friendly and relaxed without much traffic congestion. Rentals are available in apartment complexes, older homes and duplexes and new developments. Your perfect getaway on the outskirts of Brew City is waiting for you.

Getting Around
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To embrace the American dream by renting in Suburban Franklin, you'll need a car, since bus service outside Milwaukee is limited. The cost of living is relatively low by national standards, and there is ample free parking outside the many rentals available in the area. You can expect all parts of Franklin to be friendly and relaxed without much traffic congestion. Rentals are available in apartment complexes, older homes and duplexes and new developments. Your perfect getaway on the outskirts of Brew City is waiting for you.