Greater Grand Crossing Apartment Living
Greater Grand Crossing apartments come in a variety of shapes and sizes. From subdivided houses to large, multifamily apartment buildings, there’s likely something to match your needs in Greater Grand Crossing.
Heart of the Neighborhood
Greater Grand Crossing Chicago is home to many fantastic restaurants in the neighborhood for generations. Original Soul Vegetarian, Maxwell Street Grill, and Amazcakes are some notable destinations for foodies in Greater Grand Crossing.
What We Love Most
Artist and University of Chicago professor Theaster Gates have founded a community-oriented arts initiative called the Rebuild Foundation that repurposes disused and abandoned buildings in Greater Grand Crossing Chicago and turns them into multi-purpose spaces, affordable housing as well as art, education, and other cultural amenities.
Best Way to Get Around
Apartments in Greater Grand Crossing Chicago are close to 75th St and Cottage Grove Ave, I-90, and I-94, or renters who want to take public transit can hop on the CTA Red line or Metra ME to get around town.
Apartments for rent in Greater Grand Crossing
Around the Neighborhood
Greater Grand Crossing apartments are available in studios, one-bedroom, two-bedrooms, and three-bedrooms. Renters looking for apartments in Greater Grand Crossing can find rentals in two- and three-flat apartment buildings, courtyard apartments, or mid-rise apartment buildings.
History in Greater Grand Crossing
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks' home in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood was designated a landmark on February 10, 2010.
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Apartment Buildings in Greater Grand Crossing
7955 South Drexel
7955 S Drexel Ave