Studio Apartment in Chicago IL 60657 - One BR Apartments is a six minute walk from the Brown Line at the Paulina stop.
This apartment is in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in Chicago. Nearby parks include Zoom Room Chicago, Park 449 and William Wieboldt Park.
Studio Apartment in Chicago IL 60657 - One BR Apartments has a Walk Score of 94 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include Burley Elementary School, St Luke Academy and Jahn Elementary School.
The closest grocery stores are Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating, Whole Foods Market and Whole Foods Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Northdown Cafe and Taproom, Caribou Coffee and Dinkel's Bakery. There are 100 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including The Pony, Asian Avenue and Flagship Tavern & Grill.
Studio Apartment in Chicago IL 60657 - One BR Apartments is near Park 449, Fellger Park and Sheil Park.
There are some bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. Studio Apartment in Chicago IL 60657 - One BR Apartments is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips.
A Chicago street of awesomeness Settle on 1632 West Belmont, a vintage midrise smack dab in the midst of Lakeview, and you'll have a comfy new place to call home. Completely renovated studio apartments designed with hardwood floors, granite countertops, the latest in stainless steel appliances, built-in dishwasher and microwave. All within a handsome elevator building featuring a new laundry room and bike storage. Step out for a stroll east or west along this eclectic avenue and experience some of the coolest, quirkiest, quintessential array of shops, restaurants and attractions this side of Soho. Highlights include one of North America's biggest tattoo parlors, complete with leather barber chairs; a store that specializes in cookie jars, one that sells ten-stringed guitars made from armadillo shells, and another considered one of the country's best comic book stores. If you're wondering about eats, these start with Southern fare, sushi and Turkish cuisine.
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