The Village of Pleasant Prairie is an award-winning community just over the Illinois border. It's home to the largest municipally-owned recreation facility in the nation, great outlet shopping, the largest business park in the state as well as six parks, two beaches and many nature trails to bike, hike or stroll.
The Village of Pleasant Prairie has a wide variety of housing options for a variety of different lifestyles. You can find plenty of subdivision-type developments with larger lots and a real sense of community. There is also multi-family housing options with outstanding amenities to match a great location as well as lakefront lots with gorgeous views of Lake Michigan. And it's growing! More housing is being added every year.
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Pleasant Prairie has a diverse set of housing options: suburban developments, condos/townhomes, lakefront property, country living and more. Explore all the opportunities and find the one that fits your lifestyle.
There are many new housing developments currently under construction or being planned for Pleasant Prairie. Many of the developments are close to the interstate for an easy commute or a convenient trip to shopping and dining.
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Pleasant Prairie has miles of residential housing along the Lake Michigan shoreline as well as communities with easy access to the interstate and plenty of shopping and dining options. Whether you're looking to make a commute more convenient, or just commune with nature, Pleasant Prairie has the housing to fit your lifestyle.
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Eva Manor is a two-building affordable housing development in Pleasant Prairie, WI, including a 42-unit independent senior living building and an eight-unit townhome complex. The senior building consists of one and two bedrooms homes. Townhomes include three bedrooms, a private entrance and garage options. A community room, fitness center and onsite office are amenities offered to all residents. Eva Manor complies with Green built standards.
Village of Pleasant Prairie
While driving through the Village you will pass farms and industrial parks and many roads have a country feel, but within minutes you can be on I-94 headed to the city to catch your favorite play. Drive times are low for commuters and the proximity to regional airports in Kenosha (10 min), Milwaukee (30 min), and Chicago (45 min) make this community an ideal place to live for the business traveler. Metra trains make a visit to Kenosha a breeze and bus routes out to the Shoppes at Prairie Ridge help shoppers conveniently reach their destination.
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Note from a Neighbor
"We love living in Pleasant Prairie"
"We love living in Pleasant Prairie. It has great schools and amenities. With four kids, we love staying active by going to the RecPlex and Prairie Springs Park, with shopping and restaurants so close by. And being right by the interstate is great if we want to head to Milwaukee or Chicago for the day. It's perfect for our lifestyle. And we can afford much more house than we could in other nearby areas." - The Longrie Family
Designing roadways with the travelers in mind
Pleasant Prairie is planning for the future
Pleasant Prairie's roadways have been designed to make sure that the flow of traffic is effective so that drive times are low, giving travelers the ability to reach most destinations within ten minutes. They have also established truck routes for heavy equipment and vehicles to accommodate businesses and keep these vehicles away from major thoroughfares. Pleasant Prairie has an exciting master plan for road improvements and expansions.
Interstate-94 - which runs directly through the county from beyond Chicago through Milwaukee - is one of the busiest interstates in the nation seeing an average of more than 80,000 cars per day. Many housing communities in the City of Kenosha have easy access to I-94, making commutes to nearby areas much easier.
Village of Pleasant Prairie
Pleasant Prairie is served by several hospitals, specialty clinics and plenty of primary care options to keep individuals and families healthy. Froedtert South's St. Catherine's campus was built in 2002 - and they continue to invest and expand at the site. Froedtert South also has plans for a medical office building in the new Main Street Market development to is underway to be open in 2019. Aurora Healthcare is currently building a $130 million facility in the new Prairie Highlands Corporate Park. Residents of Pleasant Prairie have many excellent healthcare options - and those options are expanding every year.
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Staying healthy has never been so fun.
The Pleasant Prairie RecPlex is the largest municipal recreation facility in America. Located on the shores of Lake Andrea in Prairie Springs Park in Pleasant Prairie, the beautiful facility has an entire staff committed to enhancing your quality of life. They provide support, guidance and educational opportunities and are continually improve their programs and services.
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.