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M&R Opens Milwaukee-Area Project to First Move-Ins

M&R Development has announced first move-ins and the debut of two decorated models at 42 Hundred On The Lake, its new 236-unit luxury apartment building overlooking Lake Michigan in St. Francis, WI, fi miles south of downtown Milwaukee.  
“42 Hundred On The Lake marks our first ground-up project in Wisconsin, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to see phase one of this gorgeous community complete and watch our first residents move in,” said Anthony Rossi, Sr., managing partner, M&R Development.
Located on a bluff at 4200 S. Lake Dr., the property offers apartments measuring 583 to 1,204 square feet with one to two bedrooms and one to two baths. Rents for apartments in phase one of 42 Hundred On The Lake range from $1,208 to $3,350. Pre-leasing has begun for phase two, with move-ins for those apartments beginning in June.


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