Humboldt Park Apartment Living
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Around the Neighborhood
Finding apartments for rent in Humboldt Park will more than likely lead renters on a journey of nicely maintained vintage 2- and 3-flat apartment buildings. There are also a healthy number of mid-rise apartment buildings and courtyard style apartments in Humboldt Park. The average rent for a 1 bedroom in Humboldt Park is usually below the citywide average for Chicago. That said, it’s not all about affordable apartments in this northwest side neighborhood.
Dining in Humboldt Park
Humboldt Park apartments are near restaurants that serve the best Puerto Rican food in the city, including mofongo (fried, mashed plantains often stuffed with meats and vegetables) and lechón (roast suckling pig).
Nightlife in Humboldt Park
The California Clipper is a neighborhood mainstay with live music, a lounge-y vibe and strong drink specials throughout the week. Most of the bars and late-night spots in Humboldt Park are decidedly casual.
History in Humboldt Park
Jimmy's Red Hots has been at the corner of Grand and Pulaski Streets, 4000 West Grand Avenue, serving those who live in Humboldt Park apartments and beyond since 1954. The hot dogs are renowned. The decor is not. But let’s be honest, the only thing that matters is a clean kitchen and a friendly staff. There's no seating -- just a narrow passage allowing a few customers to stand and gaze out the window while they eat.