COLDWELL BANKER RIVER VALLEY, REALTORS
LA CROSSE OFFICE
118 South 7th Street | La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone #: (608) 784-9930 | Fax #: (608) 784-4660
With a total area population of about 150,000 (55,000 in La Crosse proper), La Crosse, Wis., is a mid-size city that offers big-city education, services and entertainment along with an exceptional community spirit and values that are more typically found in small towns.
Lining the banks of the Mississippi River, La Crosse is home to two universities, one college, two regional health systems, top-notch public schools, a burgeoning arts scene, an active downtown and endless outdoor recreational options.
Arts and Entertainment
La Crosse has two fine arts centers, including the newer Weber Center for Performing Arts in downtown La Crosse and the Viterbo Fine Arts Center located at Viterbo University. Both venues feature everything from world-class dance, music and performance arts to impressive performances by local artists, including the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra, the La Crosse Community Theatre and Ballet La Crosse.
The University of Wisconsin–La Crosse also has a strong arts program and produces many musical, dance and theatrical performances each season.
Across the street from the Weber Center for Performing Arts at the Pump House Regional Arts Center and also within the Viterbo Fine Arts Center, you’ll find a variety of visual art exhibits, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, weavings and photography.
If you’re in the mood for Hollywood, La Crosse has three area cinemas, including the retro-style Rivoli that guests must experience to appreciate. For little ones, the Children’s Museum of La Crosse offers three floors of fun ways to learn.
La Crosse also offers a lot of local musical talent, with everything from big-band and jazz ensembles to acoustic soloists and rock groups performing regularly in venues throughout the city.
Additionally, on almost any given weekend, you’ll find a festival in the region. Each year Freedom Fest comes to Veterans Memorial Field on the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse Campus, bringing with it A-list performers and fireworks. But La Crosse is probably best known for its Oktoberfest celebration that draws thousands of visitors to the city at the end of September every year.
With the Mississippi River, the Black River and La Crosse River — not to mention area lakes such as Lake Onalaska and Neshonoc Lake — there’s never a shortage of outdoor recreation options. Whether you want to canoe, kayak, water ski, jet ski, fly fish or ice fish, you’ll find plenty of water activities in La Crosse.
You can also camp, hit the 32-mile La Crosse River State Trail bike path, hike through Hixon Forest, take a run through the La Crosse River Marsh, ski or snowboard at Mount La Crosse, or snowmobile through 650 miles of groomed trails.
If you prefer something more man-made, La Crosse also has several parks and municipal pools, and aquatic centers are found in two neighboring communities.
You’ll also find ice-skating; rollerskating; indoor amusements such as laser tag, inflatables, bumper cars; outdoor amusements such as miniature golf, go-karts and batting cages; and several area golf courses.
Shopping and Dining
Whatever your tastes or your mood, you’ll find great places to dine in La Crosse. The city boasts high-end dining, several ethnic offerings, organic choices, family-friendly restaurants, national chains, gourmet sandwiches and pastas and, of course, fast-food eateries.
The downtown area offers several boutique stores with fashion, jewelry, gifts and unique foods to suit every budget. La Crosse also has several antique centers and a shopping mall anchored by Macy’s, Sears, Herberger’s and JCPenneys While you’ll also find the usual array of big-box stores, you’ll also find many locally owned shops, too.
AG FR Zoning | 0.00 Acre(s)
1 Story(s) | 33,550 SqFt
3 Story(s) | 117,266 SqFt
1 Story(s) | 11,332 SqFt
COMMERCIAL Zoning | 0.00 Acre(s)
AG Zoning | 29.45 Acre(s)
Zoning | 20.00 Acre(s)
MULT Zoning | 49.46 Acre(s)
1 Story(s) | 11,985 SqFt
1 Story(s) | 130,680 SqFt
2 Story(s) | 17,525 SqFt
5 Bed(s) | 7 Total Bath(s) | 7,877 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 6 Total Bath(s) | 6,500 SqFt
3 Bed(s) | 4 Total Bath(s) | 3,900 SqFt
GN AG Zoning | 78.79 Acre(s)
COMM Zoning | 0.00 Acre(s)
3 Bed(s) | 3 Total Bath(s) | 3,000 SqFt
1 Story(s) | 11,000 SqFt
COM Zoning | 0.00 Acre(s)
4 Bed(s) | 6 Total Bath(s) | 5,300 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 5 Total Bath(s) | 7,115 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 5 Total Bath(s) | 6,559 SqFt
3 Bed(s) | 3 Total Bath(s) | 4,346 SqFt
G-2 Zoning | 0.00 Acre(s)
|Price Range||Percent||Listings Available|
|$0K - $100K||42.50%||448|
|$100K - $200K||22.77%||240|
|$200K - $300K||15.84%||167|
|$300K - $400K||7.31%||77|
|$400K - $500K||3.51%||37|
|$500K - $600K||2.75%||29|
|$600K - $700K||1.90%||20|
|$700K - $800K||0.38%||4|
|$800K - $900K||1.23%||13|