Edgewater Apartment Living
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Renting an apartment in Edgewater, Chicago, will present options that range in size. Renters can expect Edgewater apartments, spread over nearly 2 square miles near Chicago's northern shoreline, to be more affordable than the higher-end luxury rentals concentrated in neighborhoods closer to downtown Chicago like Lakeview and Lincoln Park Wrigleyville.
Dining in Edgewater
Ethiopian fare, southeast Asian cuisine, vegetarian and even vegan food options are within reach for apartment renters in Edgewater.
Nightlife in Edgewater
Edgewater apartments are close to the renowned jazz venue. The Green Mill is within reach in the adjacent Uptown neighborhood, but you can secure a booth or barstool at any watering holes along North Broadway, many of which drips with old-school Chicago charm. Moody’s Pub is a neighborhood mainstay that many generations of Chicagoans have enjoyed while sipping a cold beverage on their grotto-like outdoor patio.
Coffee in Edgewater
Metropolis Coffee is a favorite fueling station for caffeine fanatics on the north side, and it’s easy to get to for Edgewater apartment renters.
History in Edgewater
Edgewater Chicago is a densely populated residential neighborhood on the far north side, and as such, it boasts an impressive variety of homes, apartments, and condo buildings for renters. Vintage apartment enthusiasts will be spoiled for choice, and several large apartment buildings with landmark status have been carefully preserved in Edgewater. The Bryn Mawr stop on the CTA Red line is surrounded by landmark buildings that boast period details.