4 Reasons Why Brookfield Is A Great Place To Live< Back to blog
Brookfield is a vibrant community, brimming with things to do and places to explore. Whether you're pondering a move to the Milwaukee suburbs or you (like us) simply love flexing your Brookfield pride, here are four reasons why living in Brookfield is simply wonderful.
1. Minutes Away from Milwaukee
Brookfield brings you all the space and tranquility of suburban living, while still reaping the benefits of being in the heart of the Milwaukee metro area. In fact, you're just three miles away from downtown Milwaukee, giving you effortless access to everything from work to play.
2. Steps Away from Sports
Sports fans are right in the heart of the action. Here in Brookfield, we have easy in-and-out access to some of the area's top arenas. Whenever you want to go out to the ballgame, MLB enthusiasts can root, root, root for the home team at a Brewers game at Miller Park. Meanwhile, when you're ready to cheer on the Bucks, you're just an alley-oop away from Fiserv Forum.
3. Endless Shopping
Living in Brookfield means that everything is at your fingertips. When you're ready to shop ‘til you drop, Bluemound Road is at the center of it all, with a great mix of local shops and national brands. Plus, shopping destinations like Brookfield Square and The Corners are not to be missed. From freshening up your wardrobe to finding amazing gifts, you'll always have tons of great options.
4. Great Access to the Great Outdoors
Breathe in that fresh Wisconsin air! The parks in Brookfield are truly one-of-a-kind. There's no place like Fox Wood Park, a 223-acre paradise featuring everything from protected wildlife to outdoor recreation. Plus, the Greenway Trail System is a "comprehensive city-wide off-street system" that connects everything from local parks to regional trails.
If you're looking for a great place to live in Brookfield, we'd love to tell you more about Wimmer Communities. When you're ready to explore all that our apartments have to offer, contact us.
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