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Furnished Corporate Housing in Madison

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Madison Wisconsin

Madison is the capital of Wisconsin and home to around 260,000 people. Located between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona, west of Milwaukee and north of Rockford, the city is defined by its lakes and by its cultural diversity and political activism.

The economy of Madison is made up of state employment and tech. There is also education, healthcare, manufacturing and other supporting industries that help keep the city ticking over too. There is no one thing that Madison is known for which makes it attractive to all kinds of businesses.

Corporate housing in Madison is primarily furnished apartments. Set in private developments in quiet neighborhoods around the city, each rental is fully equipped and comes with everything you need to begin living right away.

Employment in Madison

Madison has a diverse economy that is regularly ranked as one of the fastest growing in the country. Tech is growing fast as is research, software, energy and healthcare. Being the capital city of Wisconsin, the state is also a significant employer.

Major employers in Madison include The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Epic Systems, American Family Insurance, American Girl, Sub-Zero, Lands’ End, Dean Health System, WPS Health Insurance, Meriter Health Services, TDS Telecommunications Corp., TDS Telecommunications, Covance Laboratories, CUNA Mutual Group, UW Medical Foundation, QBE Regional Insurance, Great Lakes Higher Ed Corp. and Affiliates, Electronic Theatre Controls, Alliant Energy, GE Healthcare, Zimbrick Inc., Madison Gas and Electric, Promega Corp., Pharmaceutical Product Development, Stoughton Trailers, Promega, Spring Window Fashions, JH Findorff & Sons Inc. and BMO Harris Bank.

Medical centers in Madison include the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, St. Mary’s Hospital, Meriter Hospital, and the VA Medical Center.

Getting around Madison

If you fly to Madison you will likely land at Dane County Regional Airport (MSN). It handles most domestic carriers and is just 15 minutes from the city.

Amtrak runs services into Columbus but not Madison, which is a 30 minute drive north of the city.

Buses are run by Greyhound, VanGalder Bus, Badger Bus, Megabus and other services. The Metro bus system handles commuter buses around town.

Arriving by road will likely use I-39, I-90 or I-94 which all run east of Madison. Local routes handle commuter traffic without much drama.

Madison is known as a very walkable and bicycle friendly city. An organized system of bike paths make cycling a viable transport method in the city.

Living in Madison

Relatively low crime, high employment, a fit and healthy lifestyle and a great education system makes Madison very attractive to live and work. A busy entertainment and culture scene just adds to the attraction.

Neighborhoods of Madison include Allied Community, Appalachian Ridge, Arbor Hills, Bay Creek, Bayview, Berkley Oaks, Bram’s Addition, Brentwood Village, Broadway-Lakepoint, Burke Heights, Burr Oaks, Capitol, Capitol View Heights, Carpenter-Ridgeway, Cherokee Garden, Cherokee Park, Clarendon Hills, Country Grove, Eken Park, Elvehjem, Emerson East, Faircrest, Glacier Ridge, Glen Oak Hills, Glendale, Greenbush, Greentree, Greystone, Hawk’s Landing, Hawthorne, Heistand, Heritage Heights, High Crossing, High Point Estates, Highland Manor, Highlands Community, Leopold, Lerdahl Park, Maple Wood, Maple-Prairie, Marbella, Marquette, Mayfair Park, McClellan Park, Meadowood, Mendota Hills, Midvale Heights Community, Millstone, Moorland-Rimrock, Nakoma League, Newberry Heights, Nobel Park, Norman Acres, North Lake Mendota, Oakbridge, Old Middleton Greenway, Orchard Ridge Community, Park Ridge, Parkside Resident, Parkwood Hills, Parkwood Village, Parkwood West, Reston Heights, Sherman Village, Spring Harbor, Stone Meadows, Stonefield Woods-Ridge, Summit Woods, Sunset Hills, Sunset Village, Tenney-Lapham, Trinity Park, Truax, Vera Court, Westchester Gardens, Westhaven Trails, Westmorland, Westview Meadows, Wexford, Whitetail Ridge, Woodland Hills, Woodlands, Worthington Park and Wyndemere.

Things to see and do in Madison include The Memorial Union Terrace, Monona Terrace, State Street, Monroe Street, Henry Vilas Zoo, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, UW Arboretum, Wisconsin State Capitol, Governor’s Mansion, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Chazen Museum of Art, Madison Children’s Museum, Overture Center, Token Creek Chamber Music Festival, Dane County Farmer’s Market and Art Fair On The Square.

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Madison, Wi