"Experienced East Side Of Milwaukee Property Management"
Property Asset Management (PAM) is a leading property management company in Wisconsin. We provide comprehensive property management services to property owners and investors on the East Side of Milwaukee and the surrounding areas. With over 18 years of experience in the industry, PAM has established a reputation for excellence in property management, delivering high-quality services for all of our investors and residents.
As an experienced East Side of Milwaukee property management company, PAM has an in-depth understanding of the local market and can help property owners and investors navigate the legal and regulatory landscape of the area. We can also help you find the right residents for your property, ensuring your rental income is stable and reliable. Our services include everything from tenant screening and leasing to rent collection and maintenance, as well as accounting and financial reporting.
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East Side of Milwaukee at a Glance
Living on the East Side of Milwaukee is a popular choice for many residents and visitors alike. The neighborhood is known for its beautiful historic homes, tree-lined streets, and vibrant atmosphere. It is a desirable location for those looking to live close to downtown Milwaukee while still enjoying the amenities of a residential neighborhood. It is also extremely popular for young families, young adults, and college-aged students since the East Side is home to many public/private schools and universities.
One of the main attractions of the East Side of Milwaukee is its lively entertainment and dining scene. The Brady Street area is home to numerous bars, restaurants, and shops, and the neighborhood also hosts several annual festivals, including the popular Summerfest music festival. The area is also home to several beautiful parks and recreational areas, including the Milwaukee Lakefront and Bradford Beach, which offers stunning views of Lake Michigan and the downtown skyline.
In addition to its many attractions, the East Side of Milwaukee is a convenient location. It is just a few minutes drive or bus ride from downtown Milwaukee, and many residents are able to walk or bike to work in the city. The area is also easily accessible by public transportation, with several bus routes running through the neighborhood and the nearby Milwaukee County Transit System offering connections to other parts of the city.
Our Favorite Parks
- Lake Park: Lake Park has been a Milwaukee gem since 1889. Enjoy the great stretches of open, meadow-like spaces, winding paths that lead to surprising vistas, large scapes of wildlife, and lastly, a gorgeous view of Lake Michigan.
- Veteran’s Park: Veterans Park, along Lake Michigan’s shore, offers a kite store, large open grassy areas, a section of the paved Oak Leaf Trail, and a 14-acre lagoon with paddle boat rentals. To commemorate each branch of the military services, Veterans Park features a court of honor.
- Urban Ecology Center: Located within the Riverside Park area, the Urban Ecology Center is an environmental education organization that offers a variety of programs and activities for people of all ages to learn about and explore nature in an urban setting.
- Bradford Beach: It is cooler by the lake, and in Milwaukee, there’s nowhere better to cool off than Bradford Beach. In 2009, Bradford Beach became one of Wisconsin’s first beaches to receive Blue Wave Certification from the nonprofit Clean Beaches Council of Washington, D.C. Since then, the beach has undergone a rebirth as a center of summer fun.
Our Favorite Restaurants
- Café Hollander (Downer): Café Hollander integrates much of the area’s rich culture and recognizes the significance, and necessity for, that well-acquainted “neighborhood place” to gather, dine, and drink time and time again.
- Beans and Barley: Beans and Barley is a market-like cafe area that features hundreds of products– groceries, bath and body care, cards, books, toys, home decor—and much more.
- Dorsia: Enjoy modern Italian cuisine in a warm and inviting atmosphere at Dorsia. Located on the corner of Brady and Arlington.
- La Masa Empanada Bar: Empanadas inspired by Argentina, made in Milwaukee. A lively restaurant specializing in scratch-made, oven-baked empanadas, and craft cocktails.
- Oakland Gyros: The best authentic gyros in town, Oakland Gyros serves a variety of fresh salads, sandwiches, and Greek entrees.
- Milwaukee Public Market: Bursting with unique, high-quality selections of artisan and ethnic products, and freshly-made prepared foods, you’re sure to enjoy shopping the independent merchants of the Milwaukee Public Market.
Other Favorite Attactions
- Fiserv Forum: Located in downtown Milwaukee and home to the World Champion Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, Fiserv Forum is Milwaukee’s newer entertainment stadium. Catch a Bucks game, see a concert, or simply enjoy the area the “Deer District” has to offer.
- Summerfest Music Festival: Summerfest, presented by American Family Insurance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, hosts over 800 bands and 90,000 fans over 3 weekends on 11 different stages. It is one of America’s largest music festivals.
- Brady Street: Brady Street is an eclectic, colorful street that’s popular for diverse dining options and a vibrant bar scene.
- Annual Festivals: There are more than 100 festivals throughout the year, and more than half of them fill the summer months with good food and great cheer.
- Discovery World: Explore the mind-blowing kids and family activities at the Discovery World Science and Technology Museum in Milwaukee.
- Milwaukee Art Museum: The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education. 30,000 works of art. 400,000+ visitors a year. 125 years of collecting art. From its roots in Milwaukee’s first art gallery in 1888, the Museum has grown today to be an icon for Milwaukee and a resource for the entire state.
Frequently Asked Questions
The East Side of Milwaukee is a neighborhood located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, just north of downtown Milwaukee. It features the Milwaukee River to the west and Lake Michigan to the east.
The population of the East Side of Milwaukee is approximately 34,000 people, according to the latest census data
The East Side of Milwaukee has many popular attractions, including the Milwaukee Art Museum, which features a world-class collection of art and architecture. Other popular attractions in the area include the Brady Street district, which has a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars, and Bradford Beach, which offers a little tropical flavor to Milwaukee in the summer.
The schools on the East Side of Milwaukee include several K-12 schools as well as several colleges and universities. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is located on the East Side and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide range of fields. Other colleges and universities in the area include Marquette University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, and Alverno College.
The housing options on the East Side of Milwaukee include a mix of historic and newer homes, apartments, and condos. Many of the homes in the neighborhood are historic and have been converted into spacious single/multifamily homes, many of which house college students in the area. There are also newer developments and apartment complexes.
The transportation on the East Side of Milwaukee is convenient and accessible. The neighborhood has several bus routes operated by the Milwaukee County Transit System, providing access to other parts of the city. Additionally, there are several bike lanes and trails throughout the area, including the Oak Leaf Trail, which provides connections to other parts of the city. The East Side of Milwaukee is also easily accessible by car, with major highways such as I-43 and I-94 nearby.