The University Apartments community is known for its diversity with dozens of nationalities and languages spoken throughout the communities. It serves UW-Madison graduate students, students with families, postdoctoral researchers, academic staff, and faculty.
Our three neighborhoods have distinct architecture and style. Thousands of residents call our apartments home. Some are here short-term, and some stay with us for many years.
University Apartments are nestled in 83 acres of green space on the shoreline of Lake Mendota. These neighborhoods primarily serve families and accordingly have plenty of outdoor play areas.
Eagle Heights and University Houses are situated just a half-mile northwest of UW-Madison’s western campus and is a community of apartment buildings surrounded by woods and just minutes from Lake Mendota. It boasts numerous picnic and playground areas, a central community center and one of the oldest community gardens in the United States.
|Neighborhood||University Houses||Eagle Heights||Harvey Street|
|Building Style||Town Houses||Apartment||Apartment|
|Number of Apartments||144||1,044||47|
|Bus lines||Route 80||Route 80||Madison Metro|