Logan Square Apartments

Logan Square apartments come in a wide range of styles and sizes, from historic mansions to classic Chicago two flats. While many Logan Square apartments have recently been built, most apartments for rent in Logan Square are in vintage courtyard buildings, greystones, bungalows and can typically be rented more cheaply than their counterparts in Lakeview, Bucktown or Wicker Park. In 2017, 92% of all of the Logan Square apartments for rent on Domu were under $2500 per month. Logan Square is not comprised of many studio apartments for rent, only 2% of the Logan Square apartments listed on Domu in 2017 were studio apartments.This is predominantly a 2 bedroom neighborhood (51% of 2017 Logan Square apartment listings on Domu) and 3 bedroom (34% of 2017 Logan Square apartment listingson Domu).

Logan Square Chicago, known for the beauty of Logan Boulevard, is a densely-packed, working-class neighborhood whose impending Chicago renaissance is perpetually foretold, but playing out more rapidly by the day. Renters will find deals here and proximity to the 'L' Blue line (which goes to O'Hare airport) makes commuting relatively painless.

The homes along the wide and majestic thoroughfares are a mixture of architecturally eclectic mansions, beautifully maintained apartment buildings, stunning single family homes and two flats. The residential streets are lush with trees, they’re largely quiet and peaceful and you’ll find a diverse and varied mixture of smaller apartment building options providing a choice of new and old. Logan Square features the iconic Logan Square theatre, a really diverse and up-and-coming food scene including a unique pie shop, more coffee shops than most neighborhoods in the city, a brand new specialty brewery, and beautiful parks and boulevards right outside your door. Logan Square Chicago has several places to access the elevated 606 Trail.

Similiar ot the Lakeview neighborhood to the east, Logan Square represents a large area, about 3 square miles. The 2015 population is reported to be approximnately 73,000.


At a Glance
Logan Square apartments come in a wide range of styles and sizes, from historic mansions to classic Chicago two flats. While many Logan Square luxury apartments have recently been built, many apartments and condos for rent in Logan Square are in vintage courtyard buildings. Logan Square apartments and can typically be rented more cheaply than their counterparts in Lakeview, Bucktown or Wicker Park.
About Logan Square
Logan Square Chicago, known for the beauty of Logan Boulevard, is a densely-packed, working-class neighborhood whose impending Chicago renaissance is perpetually foretold, but playing out more rapidly by the day. Renters will find deals here and proximity to the 'L' Blue line (which goes to O'Hare airport) makes commuting relatively painless.
Neighborhood Vibe
Logan Square is a Chicago neighborhood that has undergone a renaissance of sorts over the past decade, transforming from a working-class enclave to a hotbed for artists, chefs and other bohemian types. Classic greystones are easily spotted on the green edges of the boulevards, along with stately mansions and vintage courtyard apartment buildings. Single family homes are found in abundance on Logan Square’s quiet streets, giving the community a homely feel that can easily be observed while strolling to get a cup of coffee or pick up fresh produce at the weekend farmer’s market on the square.
Heart of the Neighborhood
Palmer Square is a favorite among locals. This seven-acre green space was envisioned back in the 1870s as part of the city’s boulevard system and still serves as a popular congregating space for residents today.
Best Way to Get Around
The CTA Blue line has service to downtown and O’Hare, making Logan Square an ideal place to rent for folks who like the value of living a bit further outside of downtown while still being able to travel at a moment’s notice. The Kedzie Ave and Fullerton Ave buses are convenient for most short trips and of course there are many bike-friendly streets as well as the 606 trail at the neighborhood’s south edge.

What We Love Most
While it’s not the only neighborhood in Chicago built around the Park Boulevard System, Logan Square’s namesake park has a quirky feature that you won’t find in other Chicago communities.
The Comfort Station appears to be a humble Tudor-style cottage from the outside. But the small building at the northwest intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Boulevard has survived decades of disuse and neglect, was saved from the wrecking ball more than a few times, and today it’s a gathering space and non-profit organization that serves the community of Logan Square. It has come a long way since its original design as a warming house built by the West Chicago Parks Commission, a predecessor to the current Chicago Park District. Today, residents can gather in a space that’s restored to match its original 1920s appearance but with an expanded mission for modern times. The Comfort Station regularly hosts art exhibitions, workshops, lectures and film showings for the community.
Nightlife in Logan Square
Hopewell Brewing Company evokes a bustling cafeteria with wide open floor plan, but the only thing that you’ll get schooled in is fantastic craft beer. Maybe a table game or two for good measure. For cocktail lovers, Lost Lake Tiki Bar is a marvelous escape from the urban jungle to a more tropical state of mind (delicious high-proof drinks are a helpful travel companion). Locals also love the patio and upcycled glassware at Best Intentions, another venue serving refined drinks in a very laid-back atmosphere.
Live music venues along Milwaukee Avenue provide a steady stream of concerts and live shows. For old-school arcade games, check out the Emporium outpost in Logan Square.

History in Logan Square

Father & Son pizzeria opened in 1947 at the corner of Diversey and Whipple in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. After seven years, it was acquired by 24 year-old Marshall Bauer, who coaxed his father into joining him a few years later. Together they became the earliest progenitors of pizza delivery that pioneered slinging piping hot pizza pies to many of the surrounding Chicago apartments. By 1963, their thin-crust pizza was so popular that they expanded and settled into their current location 2475 N Milwaukee Avenue in the Logan Square. In the early 1990's, Marshall Bauer and his son Jay launched Nation Pizza Products and began producing hundreds of thousands of pizzas for grocers, schools, baseball parks, and other food service businesses. Meanwhile, Father & Son established a catering division called "Marcello's" and expanded the core restaurant business to new locations in Old Town and, more recently, Northbrook. Marshall's wife Abbe and his son Bill operate the pizzerias, where the menus have expanded and banquet options are now available. Today, Marcello's is the primary name of the Father & Son pizzerias.

Typical rents

Studio$995-1705
1 Bedroom$1250-2095
2 Bedrooms$1599-2095
3 Bedrooms$1238-2395
4+ Bedrooms$3060

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