Hales Corners Apartments for Rent

Hales Corners Apartments for Rent

From its humble beginnings as a rural crossroads to its present-day reputation as a warm and welcoming place to live, Hales Corners has it all. Known for its parks, shopping areas, and excellent schools, this historic village is home to about 7,600 people. If you are interested in Hales Corners apartments, Wimmer Communities has a property for you.

Wimmer Apartments in Hales Corners



Whitnall Gardens


Whitnall Glen


Nearby Properties

  • Alpine Court

    Alpine Court

    Alpine Court Apartments is an exceptional leased residence community offering tremendous value located in the outstanding Root River area.

  • The Orchard

    The Orchard

    Surrounding a fountain-graced pond and overlooking wood preservation areas, residents enjoy a quiet retreat at The Orchard Apartments.

  • Falcon Glen

    Falcon Glen

    Falcon Glen Apartments is a new traditional neighborhood with ponds, open spaces, and the ability to walk to area restaurants, recreation, and shopping.

Get to Know Hales Corners

Schools & Education

Hales Corners’ young residents likely attend one of three private schools nearby or one of the four public schools in the Whitnall School District. The district, which is in Greenfield, has a solid 95% graduation rate, which is higher than the national average of 84%. The high school is known for its strong sports programs and focus on college preparation.

Outdoor Recreation

Residents can see the new films at Marcus Ridge Cinema, check out the latest best-sellers at the library, or spend some time outdoors at the beloved Boerner Botanical Gardens or the Hales Corners Park and Pool. The village also contains Cobb Park, Schoetz Park, Potter’s Forest, Wehr Nature Center, and Whitnall Park, which has an 18-hole public golf course.

Shopping & Entertainment

Hales Corners residents have easy access to Southridge, the state's largest shopping mall with more than 125 stores and services. The busy shopping district along Highway 100, grocery stores, and a Wal-Mart are all a quick drive away. Hales Corners has scores of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines, and the many fast-casual and sit-down restaurants along Hwy. 100 are easily accessible.

Business & Industry

Most of the larger workplaces in Hales Corners are municipal, legal, financial, manufacturing, or retail organizations, but there are countless small businesses, both new and established, all over the village and its nearby communities.

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