The most important thing to know about the Regent Neighborhood is that on Badger Football Saturdays it's dominated by students, alums and other Sconnies partaking in the oldest of Wisconsin traditions: enjoying a few too many adult beverages and watching the Badgers.
That appeal brings a lot of University of Wisconsin students to the neighborhood, especially in the blocks closest to Camp Randall, the university's football stadium.
Not big on college football? No problem, the Regent Neighborhood still has plenty to offer.
It's close to the UW School of Engineering, the UW Medical School and the new Union South. It is also just a hop, skip and a jump from the Monroe Street area with its slice of more typical Madison including Trader Joe's, small coffee shops, bars and stores.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.
This area really buzzes on football Saturdays, but there are plenty of other attractions: