The neighborhood of Milwaukee Junction can be found in the city of Detroit, Michigan.
Milwaukee Junction is relatively quiet, as there are few pedestrians; however those who are around one of the railway lines, Walter P Chrysler Freeway or Edsel Ford Freeway may experience higher levels of noise. Public green spaces aren't well-spread out, which makes them sometimes hard to access. Despite that, residents will be able to access parks in nearby neighborhoods.
In Milwaukee Junction, around half of the dwellings are single detached homes, and the rest of the properties are mainly large apartment buildings and townhouses. This neighborhood experienced its most significant housing boom prior to the 1960s, so most of the available homes are from this era. This part of Detroit has a good variety of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Around 55% of the population of this neighborhood rent their home whereas the remainder are owners.
Residents will find that no matter where their home is situated in Milwaukee Junction, both primary and secondary schools are close by. In terms of food, a supermarket is generally reachable within a reasonably short walk from any location in this part of Detroit. Likewise, those who like to dine in restaurants will have a good number of opportunities.
Getting around by car is very convenient in Milwaukee Junction. It is very easy to access a place to park, and most homes for sale are a very short drive from the closest highway, such as Edsel Ford Freeway. However, the public transit system in Milwaukee Junction is fairly poor. Nonetheless, there are a few bus lines crossing the neighborhood, and the closest bus stop is typically very close. Traveling by foot in Milwaukee Junction is not very popular, despite the fact that running common errands is easy.