1514-1522 W HOWARD Apartments for Rent

1518 W Howard Ave, Chicago, IL, 60626

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Total Units: 48
Leases Available: 12 months

Neighborhood Info: Rogers Park, Evanston

1514-1522 W Howard Apartments is located in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago.

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: None

Leasing Office Information

Winnemac Properties

Office Hours

Sun.By appointment
Mon.9 AM - 5 PM
Tue.9 AM - 5 PM
Wed.9 AM - 5 PM
Thu.9 AM - 5 PM
Fri.9 AM - 5 PM
Sat.By appointment

Located in Rogers Park

Lakeside living with artful splashes.
Apartments in Rogers Park tend to be in classic courtyard buildings, with the occasional mid-rise or two-flat apartment building thrown in for good measure. Rogers Park is the northernmost neighborhood within Chicago’s city limits.
Mayne Stage marquee and outdoor patio seating on W Morse Ave in Rogers Park
Mayne Stage marquee and outdoor patio seating on W Morse Ave in Rogers Park

Neighborhood Vibe

There’s plenty of lakefront available in Rogers Park Chicago to soak in a morning sunrise. Next, you might spend some time with a good book or podcasts at a coffee shop that roasts their own beans. From there you could tour the murals alongside the CTA tracks on Glenwood Ave and wind down with a beverage at Rogers Park Social. 

Heart of the Neighborhood

Rogers Park Chicago is home to Loyola University’s lakefront campus, and many Loyola students reside either on campus or close by, which helps give the neighborhood an energetic vibe. Rogers Park is also one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Chicago, both in terms of ethnicity and age. It’s not uncommon to find Rogers Park residents who’ve been in the neighborhood for several decades. The lake is easily accessible from pretty much anywhere in this neighborhood, and residents take full advantage of the public parks, green spaces and beach along Lake Michigan.

What We Love Most

Heartland Cafe is a Rogers Park landmark for poets, artists and political activists. It was the meeting place and welcoming space for many radical artists over the years. Now it’s still closely associated with its radical roots of the counterculture heyday, while still being a friendly place to grab a bite to eat or sip coffee while enjoying a good book.

Best Way to Get Around

The Red Line is the most direct way into downtown, there’s the no. 36 Broadway Avenue bus for local commuting, and Lake Shore Drive is the scenic route to Grant Park, Soldier Field and beyond.