Racine, WI
     
 

Racine is the fifth-largest city in Wisconsin, located on Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Root River approximately 30 miles south of Milwaukee and 60 miles north of Chicago, IL. I-94 links Racine Co. with Milwaukee, Madison, and Minneapolis to the West, and Chicago and Detroit to the East.

Racine is a port of entry, and its manufactures include farm machinery, processed foods, automobile parts, machine tools, floor wax, and electrical equipment. The city has been a major industrial center for much of its history and the Gateway Technical Institute is also located in Racine. Frank Lloyd Wright designed and built Johnson Wax Headquarters building in Racine. The building was and still is considered a marvel of design innovation.

The Lake Michigan shoreline along Racine has much to offer with scenic vistas from Cliffside Park, North Beach offering cool relief in the summer and Festival Hall overlooking the Harbor. Many festivals and events are held on the shoreline each year. Winding through the city and emptying into Lake Michigan at the harbor is the Root River. Along the Root River are a series of parks and trails accessible to the public. The Root River is a great draw for hikers, fishermen and kayakers.

The Associated Bank & Medical Building is set on Durand Avenue within minutes of local restaurants, shopping, easy access to I-94 and the greater Racine Area.

     
     
     
 
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