Waukesha Apartments for Rent

Waukesha Apartments for Rent

The city of Waukesha is the largest community in Waukesha County and seventh largest in the state. In 2012, Money Magazine ranked Waukesha one of the “100 Best Places To Live” in the United States thanks to its shopping, entertainment, and recreation options as well as its rich history and vibrant communities. If you are interested in Waukesha apartments, Wimmer Communities has a property for you.

Wimmer Apartments in Waukesha



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Get to Know Waukesha

Schools & Education

With more than 20 schools and 13,000 students, the school district of Waukesha is the seventh largest in the state. Waukesha schools offer a full array of courses and activities from which students can learn and grow. The average ACT score is several points above average, and the graduation rate is around 85%.

Recreation & Entertainment

Waukesha has more than 1,000 acres of beautiful parks for its residents, and our apartments put you within reach of these relaxing green spaces, including Horeb Spring Aquatic Center, Buchner Pool, and the well-known Frame Park with its expansive gardens and riverwalk. Indoor recreation options include Majestic Cinema, Eble Park Ice Arena, Laser Tag Adventure, Brew City Paintball, Waukesha Skateland, the Les Paul Experience, and so much more.


From quaint shops in downtown Waukesha to nearby Brookfield Square Mall, you’re sure to find what you're looking for. Check out the Silvernail Shopping Center, Shoppes at Fox River, Westbrook Shopping Center, and Brookfield Square, plus the city’s many big-box stores such as Target and Kohl’s for all your shopping needs.

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