Monona Shores – Madison Apartments
The New Monona Shores Apartments located in Madison rests on the edge of Lake Monona and offers a superb location to nearby parks like Paunack (A.O) Park, Waunona Park or Capital Springs State Recreation Area. Enjoy access to Lake Monona and the bike path that runs right by our community. Conveniently located just minutes to schools, public transportation, shopping, restaurants and the Beltline and is only ten minutes to Downtown Madison.
The New Monona Shores offers 16 terrific, energy efficient floor plans. We would like to invite you to tour our apartment homes and give you the opportunity to see for yourself why the New Monona Shores could be your new home. Please contact us for your personal tour.
The New Monona Shores Apartments participates in affordable housing programs and offers moderately priced dwelling units. Some of these units are income restricted, which means that a household’s total annual income may not exceed the following – click to view.
- 5 Unique Floor Plans
- 1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Homes
- Full Size Washer/Dryer in each home
- Plentiful Kitchen Cabinets & Countertops
- Energy Efficient Kitchen Appliances
- Contemporary Flooring Throughout
- Window Coverings
- Private Patio or Balcony
- Air Conditioning in each home
- Pet friendly
- Four On-Site Playgrounds
- FREE Off-Street Parking
- Caring On-Site Maintenance
- 24 Hour Maintenance
South Madison extends along Highway 18, south of Lake Wingra, to roughly the edge of Lake Monona. It includes several parks and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum. The neighborhood contains the popular Alliant Energy Center, a premier destination for concerts, sports events, and conventions. This large complex includes the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Willow Island, and the Exhibition Hall.
If you move to South Madison, you’ll appreciate the variety of shops and restaurants in the neighborhood, especially as you get closer to the Alliant Energy Center. South Madison offers a terrific blend of city life, being less than a mile from Downtown Madison, and a suburban location filled with parks. Residents have plenty to do, from hiking the Capital City Trail to boating and fishing on the nearby lakes. Turville Point Conservation Park, located on Lake Monona, provides an additional three miles of wooded, flower-filled nature trails.