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What makes Dearborn Park stand out among Chicago communities is the sense of tranquility it achieves while at the doorstep of downtown Chicago. This quiet enclave no doubt benefits from being neighbors with the large swath of undeveloped land that’s immediately south of Roosevelt Rd and north of Ping Tom Park in Chinatown -- although this is likely to change into a bustling neighborhood in the coming years with interest from developers heating up along the Chicago River’s south bank. Dearborn Park apartments are available in studios, one-bedroom, two-bedrooms, and three-bedroom. Renters looking for apartments in Dearborn Park can find rentals in mid- or high-rise buildings and some vintage apartments converted from offices or warehouses to apartments.
History in Dearborn Park
Apartment renters in Dearborn Park Chicago will frequently pass by a local retail and dining center on the site of the old Dearborn Street Station. The station opened on May 8, 1885, as one of six train stations in downtown Chicago. It was also used as terminal for commuter traffic. The station closed on May 2, 1971, when Amtrak started consolidating inter-city train operations. It was designated a landmark on March 2, 1982.