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City Owned Real Estate
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Rich with geographic beauty and entrepreneurial innovation, Madison is repeatedly recognized as a "best" place to live and do business.
A Great Place to Learn
Anchored by the University of Wisconsin, Madison, we have many opportunities for higher education.
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With world class entertainment, recreation trails, lakes and festivals every month, Madison is a great place to enjoy yourself.
A Great Place to Inspire
Entrepreneurial creativity abounds in Madison. You will find inspiration in the natural beauty, art, and cultural facilities.
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Madisonians are health conscience and love to enjoy the outdoors during every season of the year.
A Great Place to Grow
Consistently ranked as a best place to live and raise a family.
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Spending time with friends and family is easy in Madison's many cafes and public places.
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Discover something new in Madison's many museums, botanical gardens, parks and learning centers.
A Great Place to Experience
International culture in the heart of the Midwest enriches our lives and inspire new ventures.
A Great Place to Connect
Ranked as "The Best City for Young Adults" in 2012 by Kiplinger's Madison is home to technology entrepreneurs, coffee shops, live performing arts venues and, often, live music in the streets!
A Great Place to Work
Madison has many great business districts where you can find Class A office space, including, on the capitol square.
A Great Place to Eat
Madison has many great restaurants to enjoy and has been dubbed the "United Nations of Street Food".
A Great Place to Participate
Madison hosts many national and international expo's and conferences each year, including the World Dairy Expo that attracts over 70,000 people (and 2,300 cattle!) to share the latest advances in agribusiness and dairy technology.