- Stabilized, 150-bed student housing asset located steps away from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
- Diverse unit mix offering 1, 2, and 3 bedroom floor plans, majority are high-demand 2 bedroom units
- Fox Meadows is located in a qualified opportunity zone and has an additional 4+ acres available for development adjacent to the property
Fox Meadows is a stabilized, 150-bed student housing asset located steps away from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. It boasts a diverse unit mix, offering 1, 2, and 3-bedroom floor plans, the majority of which are high-demand 2-bedroom units.
Fox Meadows is located in a qualified opportunity zone with an additional 4+ acres available for development adjacent to the property.
The University of Wisconsin- Whitewater
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is a public university in Whitewater, Wisconsin, with a history that dates back to 1868 when the school was named “Whitewater Normal School” and graduated its first class of teachers in June of 1870. Today, UW-Whitewater offers nearly 50 undergraduate majors and 13 graduate programs as part of the University of Wisconsin System; and boasts a total enrollment of nearly 11,000 students.
Whitewater’s 400-acre campus is located about 45 minutes southeast of Madison and an hour southwest of Milwaukee. This location allows the university to easily draw students from major nearby metro areas, offering tuition and fees of less than $10,000 per year to in-state residents. Students have the opportunity to join more than 170 campus organizations, including more than 15 fraternities and sororities. The “Warhawks” are a member of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference as an NCAA Division III program. UW-Whitewater has a decorated athletic history, as many of the university’s athletic programs are consistently some of the best in the region and country in their division. In the 2013-2014 academic year, the Warhawks made collegiate sport history by winning the men’s football, basketball, and baseball national championships, the first school in NCAA history in any division to achieve this three-sport sweep in the same year.