Find studio apartments in Ravenswood. This historic Chicago neighborhood is the main reason that the CTA Brown line exists -- in the days before incorporation into the City of Chicago, Ravenswood apartments and homes were in their own distinct suburb that was serviced by the Ravenswood line of streetcars. When the city annexed Ravenswood, apartments in this part of town became part of the city's wider patchwork of neighborhoods. The CTA Brown line remains a popular choice for apartment renters to get around Ravenswood and the city at large.

Looking for a studio apartment in Ravenswood? This neighborhood along the CTA Brown line and North Branch of the Chicago River has plenty of vintage apartments and classic two- and three-flats for rent. Renters can have their pick of picturesque apartments along quiet side streets and there are some loft apartments in converted warehouses near the tracks of the elevated train and the Metra tracks.