Boston Lofts Apartment Homes

630 North Fourth Street Milwaukee, WI 53233 • From $119 Per Day
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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Three Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

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*** 30 day minimum stay*** Boston Lofts offers true loft living in downtown Milwaukee. Located on the 6th-9th floors of the historic Boston Store Building, these unique floor plans offer tons of square footage and open layouts for a unique experience. East facing apartment homes offer lakefront views while the western apartment homes showcase the Menomonee Valley, Miller Park and gorgeous sunsets. Many floor plans feature 10 foot windows and 14 foot ceilings. Ask about our bi-level town homes which feature two levels of living space. Many apartments showcase hardwood floors in the kitchen and ceramic tile bathrooms. Many of the apartments also have stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors throughout.


Fitness Center
Business Center
Roof Top Terrace
Concierge Service
Heated Underground Parking
Washer Dryer in Unit

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The thing with Milwaukee is this- it’s cool, but it doesn't come up in most people's minds when they think of a place for a weekend getaway. It’s often outshinesd by Chicago or New York, but Milwaukee deserves a spot on your travel itinerary. Its reputation as a working-class town of brewskis, bowling and polka halls still remains, but the Calatrava-designed art museum, Harley-Davidson Museum and stylish eating and shopping hideaways have converted Wisconsin's largest city into an unpretentiously cool place. 

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