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Residents of the Outer De Pere neighborhood enjoy community life at its finest, as this family-friendly neighborhood is surrounded by parks, nature trails and the peaceful flowing waters of the Fox River.

Outer De Pere residents feel safe and secure in their community, as the city of De Pere has remarkably low crime rates. Community residents also work together to ensure neighborhood safety through neighborhood watch programs and community meetings.

This neighborhood is made up of single-family homes, multi-family dwellings, condominiums and townhomes, with residents ranging from growing families to retirees and including business professionals of all ages who appreciate the short 6-mile commute into downtown Green Bay.

Located within minutes of Bay Beach and Peats Lake, as well as multiple eateries, shopping centers and museums, Outer De Pere truly has everything you could ask for when it comes to safe, tight-knit community living.

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Rent Trends

As of September 2017, the average apartment rent in De Pere, WI is $545 for a studio, $708 for one bedroom, $880 for two bedrooms, and $825 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in De Pere has decreased by -1.4% in the past year.

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Avg Rent
Studio
479
$545
1 BR
913
$708
2 BR
1,111
$880
3 BR
1,434
$825
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Ratings

16 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
2 Transit Score® Minimal Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

Outer De Pere residents have several options to choose from when it comes to dining out and nightlife, with many popular establishments located within close proximity to the community on and around North Broadway and Main Avenue.

When locals are hungry for authentic Italian deli fare, they take a trip to Main Avenue and visit Pasquale's International Cafe, De Pere's original pasta and BBQ rib house. With eclectic decor taken right out of 1950s Chicago and signature menu items such as the Windy City, an Italian beef sandwich smothered in cheese, onions and peppers, served on a crispy Italian roll, you definitely can't go wrong with this one-of-a-kind joint.

If you're in the mood for a good old-fashioned comfort food breakfast, Nicolet Restaurant on Reid Street can fix you right up. Local diners recommend the stuffed French toast, bursting with cream cheese and topped with raspberries or strawberries, as well as the Clock Puncher, a tasty fried egg and sausage sandwich, smothered in cheese and served with crispy hash browns.

If you're looking for the perfect spot to socialize, have a few drinks and watch the big Packers game, look no further than Sidekick's Bar and Grill on West Main. With its full bar, multiple wide-screen televisions and tasty appetizers such as garlic cheese bread and the signature inferno wings, you're definitely in for a great time.

For a night of tasty margaritas and authentic Mexican food, check out El Presidente Bar on Main Avenue. With a festive atmosphere, full bar and lively crowd, this popular establishment makes the perfect night time hangout.

History

The Outer De Pere community lies in the outer section of De Pere, Wisconsin, a city that was discovered during the late 1600s by a French explorer named Pere Claude-Jean Allouez. Allouez founded a mission on the final stretch of rapids on the Fox River, naming the area Rapids De Peres. The city grew considerably when it merged with its neighbors on the west side of the Fox River, creating a single community.

In 1993, the De Pere Lock and Dam Historic District was established to preserve the remaining river locks that connects the Mississippi River with the Great Lakes of the Midwest. The White Pillars Museum, originally built in 1836 and De Pere's oldest building, features historic artifacts and art restorations from the early days of De Pere, as well as hosts multiple annual events such as the Holiday Antique Show and Sale.

Transportation

Residents of Outer De Pere enjoy walking through the neighborhoods, as there are multiple sidewalks located on the community's residential streets. Residents can also utilize walking trails and over 25 miles of biking paths along the Fox River and in the neighborhood's nearby parks.

Individuals who utilize public transportation catch Green Bay Transit buses at various stop locations within the community, including Main Avenue and Kensington Drive. Residents and visitors can freely park on residential streets, as long as they do so between the specified hours posted on parking enforcement signs throughout the Outer De Pere neighborhoods.

You won't have any luck hailing a cab within the immediate community, as the drivers don't commonly circulate the area, however, you can easily schedule transportation with companies such as Lyft, Uber and 1st Choice Taxi and Shuttle of Green Bay. The community lies within close proximity of U.S. Route 41, which allows convenient travel and commuting in and out of the area.

Cost

The cost of living in the Outer De Pere exceeds the Green Bay average by approximately 5 percent, with residents paying an average of $675 per month for a one-bedroom residence. Bus fares into the city center range between $1.50 and $3. Locals pay between $2 and $6 for beers at local bars and pubs, but prices can fluctuate with drink promotions and happy hour special pricing. The cost of gas in De Pere falls approximately 4 percent lower than the national average.

Parks

The City of De Pere Parks and Recreation Department provides over 400 acres of free parks, boat launches and nature trails for the community to utilize. Residents can also rent indoor and outdoor shelters and baseball fields for group gatherings and games.

Families and individuals who enjoy outdoor exercise and recreation often visit Klipstine Park on Anderson Drive, as it provides multiple amenities such as playgrounds for the kids, volleyball courts and a basketball court. The De Pere Dog Park on Biotech Way allows dogs to remain unleashed when closely accompanied by their owners, and provides amenities such as on-site waste stations and walking trails.

De Pere Dog Park also hosts several annual events throughout the year, including the annual Tail Gate party, a family-friendly event featuring a doggie lure course, raffle prizes and a pet costume contest. Celebrate De Pere, an annual festival featuring live music, food and activities takes place in Voyageur Park on Cass Street over Memorial Day Weekend.

Shopping

Outer De Pere residents appreciate their community's close proximity to a variety of retail establishments and grocery stores, with several establishments conveniently centered around Main Avenue and Mid Valley Drive.

For groceries and basic household items, local shoppers suggest Festival Foods on Main Avenue, as well as Bay Valley Foods on O Hare Boulevard. Locally-grown fruits and veggies can be found at the De Pere Farmers Market on Wisconsin Avenue. The market opens in July and runs every Thursday through mid-October.

While there aren't any high-end, high-value retailers in the immediate area, local shoppers have multiple options when it comes to affordable merchandise and specialty items.

For clothing, accessories and housewares, the Bay Park Square mall on Oneida Street houses popular retailers such as Hot Topic, Kohl's and Old Navy, as well as specialty shops such as Earthbound Trading Company, a home goods retailer specializing in candles and unique home decor items. If you're an avid sports fan and love wearing jerseys to represent your favorite teams, check out The Jersey Store on Holmgren Way, a specialty shop featuring a wide selection of sports merchandise such as jerseys, T-shirts, hats and more.

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Knots Landing
1495-1471 Navigator Way, De Pere, WI 54115
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$745 - 999 1-2 Bed Available 11/01/17
920-471-0576
Skyline Estates
1470-1490 Navigator Way, Hobart, WI 54115
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$815 - 845 2 Bed Available Now
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Ledgeview Estates
1975 Swan Rd, De Pere, WI 54115
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Stone Ridge Apartments
1795 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115
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$679 - 799 1-2 Bed Available 10/01/17
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Trumpeter Trail Apartments
605-665 Trumpeter Trl, De Pere, WI 54115
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Fountain Park
1415 Silverstone Trl, De Pere, WI 54115
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Scheuring Heights
1951 Scheuring Rd, De Pere, WI 54115
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1295 Lear Ln, De Pere, WI 54115
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Woodland Estates
1316 Angels Path, De Pere, WI 54115
$710 - 795 1-2 Bed Available 10/01/17
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Waterford Heights
1664 W Main Ave, De Pere, WI 54115
$545 - 875 Studio - 2 Bed Available Now
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Layden Apartments
3500 Layden Dr, De Pere, WI 54115
$555 - 670 1-2 Bed Not Available
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De Pere Apartments
550-570 S 9th St, De Pere, WI 54115
$540 - 660 1-2 Bed Not Available
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Rockland Park
2105-2111 Ryan Rd, De Pere, WI 54115
$775 2 Bed Available Now
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1550-1598 Quarry Park Dr, De Pere, WI 54115
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1620-1652 W Main Ave, De Pere, WI 54115
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Apartments for Rent in Outer De Pere, De Pere, WI

Residents of the Outer De Pere neighborhood enjoy community life at its finest, as this family-friendly neighborhood is surrounded by parks, nature trails and the peaceful flowing waters of the Fox River.

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