This page shows which neighborhoods in Chicago are similar to neighborhoods in Washington D.C..
Rents in Chicago average $1,650, 28% lower than the average rent of $2,295 in Washington D.C..
Chicago's Walk Score is 78, 1 points higher than Washington D.C.'s 77.
Chicago has good public transportation and is very bikeable. Chicago has a Transit Score of 65, Washington D.C.'s score is 71. Chicago's Bike Score is 70, Washington D.C.'s score is 69.
Here are neighborhoods in Chicago, Illinois that are similar to Washington D.C., District of Columbia neighborhoods.
Similarity is based on walkability, public transit, population density, rent, income, and social signals. Don't take our analysis too seriously because similarity is in the eye of the beholder!