The City of Kenosha has a diverse set of housing options affording residents a variety of different lifestyles. Urban/downtown, traditional neighborhoods, suburban developments, condos/townhomes, lakefront property and so much more.
Want to walk to yoga on a Saturday morning, then swing by the outdoor farmer's market on your way to brunch before you stroll home? Can you picture yourself living in a more traditional neighborhood with a community of neighbors that become friends, a diverse mix of housing styles and a price that allows you to do more? Or a subdivision with larger lots and easy access to the interstate and all the nearby amenities? Kenosha has a housing option to fit your lifestyle.
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The City of Kenosha has a diverse set of housing options: urban/downtown, traditional neighborhoods, suburban developments, condos/townhomes, lakefront property and more. Explore all the opportunities and find the one that fits your lifestyle.
More than 1,000 rental units have recently been added or are currently under construction in Kenosha. Whether you're looking for an exciting downtown loft or a larger development with great amenities, you can find what you're looking for in Kenosha.
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Are you looking for a real estate firm that knows the Kenosha area inside and out? We grew up here, raise our families here, work, socialize and volunteer here. Whether you are in the market for a starter home, your dream home or anything in between you can count on Cove Realty. Our promise is to treat you as if our very existence depends on it; because, in a way, it does. We call it The Cove Difference.
The Residences of Library Park is now open and leasing!
A new rental community in Downtown Kenosha with a great location and historic charm
The Residences of Library Park is centrally located in downtown Kenosha with easy access to the lakefront, main thoroughfares, the Metra commuter rail, Froedtert South's Kenosha campus, schools, shopping and dining. The historic building has been transformed into beautiful new apartments, ranging in size with studios, one, two & three bedroom units. Enjoy the use of the 24 hour fitness center, private green space, and ample on site-parking.
Downtown Kenosha is a vibrant, walkable neighborhood steps from one great lake.
Downtown Kenosha sits along the beautiful Lake Michigan. Our lakefront provides many amenities, including soft sandy beaches, a harbor and marina, a historic beach house and so much more! The downtown is walkable and most errands be can me made without the use of a car. If you love a small-town feel with the amenities of a growing community with lively, hard-working individuals, then you will surely love the atmosphere of our downtown.
The Felicia Pavlica Team Places Full Importance on Customer Service
Go Felicia is Kenosha’s Premier Real Estate Team! It is our mission to ensure that our clients feel confident, as we understand that buying or selling a home is one of the biggest financial decisions that many will ever make, and we don’t take that trust lightly. Our team works tirelessly to ensure your home buying or selling process is easy and stress-free, while remaining open and transparent. No surprises. No gimmicks. Just quality service!
The City of Kenosha is ideally situated between the cities of Milwaukee and Chicago within easy reach of most major Midwest markets. To access anywhere in the city, County, region and beyond, the community has a public bus system, a downtown streetcar, commuter rail, a regional airport as well as two international airports within a short commute, and one of the businest interstates in the country - which is currently being expanded to accommodate growth.
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A Note from a Neighbor
The Metra Commuter Rail Line
"Knowing that I can skip the congested rush-hour drive and relax on the train with a cup of coffee while catching up on emails is a highlight of my mornings when I commute to Chicago from Kenosha. It’s the best of both worlds — being able to live and play in the beautiful, close-knit community (and more attractive cost-of-living) Kenosha offers while having easy access to my professional obligations in the city."
Kenosha has a seven-car fleet of electric streetcars that run a convenient two-mile loop through the lakefront downtown and civic center areas. The authentic cars, built in 1951, formerly operated in Toronto, Ontario and Philadelphia, PA, before being refurbished and relocated to Kenosha where they provide low-cost transportation and entertainment for residents and visitors.
The Kenosha Regional Airport (ENW) is a 900+ acre facility that has been serving the needs of general and corporate aviation since it's construction in 1958. One of the busiest airports in Wisconsin, Kenosha Regional is also a designated reliever airport for corporate, freight, and general aviation activity for the Milwaukee/Chicago corridor.
The Kenosha Area has many health care amenities including two major hospitals and numerous medical clinics. Advocate Aurora Health's Aurora Medical Center - Kenosha and Froedtert South's Kenosha Medical Center are full service hospitals located in Kenosha. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is building a new clinic in Kenosha - that will join the many clinics by Aurora, Froedtert South and others that are serving the community.
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Doctors of Physical Therapy
Get Better Faster
Doctors of Physical Therapy has 2 convenient locations in Kenosha. We are the only Physical Therapy practice to offer One-on-One care with Doctorate level Therapists. Our evidence-based treatment programs are customized to meet each patient’s and physician’s goals. We engage all of our patients in their recovery program and give them the tools to live a physically healthy life, in less time than the competition.
Wisconsin ranks fourth in healthcare quality, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ),
The AHRQ describes quality in terms of six priorities: patient safety, person-centered care, care coordination, effective treatment, healthy living, and care affordability. The report is based on more than 250 measures of quality and disparities covering a broad array of healthcare services and settings.
Several major building projects in the works in Kenosha County as its two major healthcare systems - Aurora Healthcare and Froedtert South - have major expansions underway and other healthcare providers, including Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, are making major investments here.