Irving Park Apartment Living

Neighborhood Vibe

Irving Park apartments are in a very residential part of the city. The neighborhood was originally planned as a suburb so there are wide, tree-lined streets and very cozy homes tucked into blocks that offer renters a healthy mix of multi-flat units and single family homes.

Heart of the Neighborhood

The main conduit for Irving Park apartment renters is Irving Park Road. The open lawns and playing fields of Horner Park are at the neighborhood’s eastern edge, and if you follow the road west it’ll take you to the expressway. There are also many shops, restaurants and bars that populate the neighborhood’s namesake road.

What We Love Most

Irving Park has an abundance of public park space, including Independence Park, Horner Park (all 55 acres), Revere Park and California Park. California Park is home to the only public indoor hockey and indoor tennis facilities in the city of Chicago.

Best Way to Get Around

Irving Park Chicago apartments are easily accessible by public transit and car. The ‘L’ Blue line stops near the intersection of Irving Park Road and Pulaski Road. The intersection of those two main thoroughfares is just east of the I-90/94 expressway, so hopping on the highway is a breeze.

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