Residents love to walk in Tri-Taylor. Whether they're headed to school or work, or just out for a leisurely stroll, you can walk down picturesque streets without the noise of the city. It's quiet and a great place to raise kids. History and architecture lovers will appreciate the large Victorian row houses, brownstones and greystones Many date back to the 1800s! Residents range from those who were born and raised in Tri-Taylor, to young professionals, to students, to families and couples. In this diverse neighborhood, you'll meet wonderful people from all backgrounds!
Heart of the Neighborhood
There is no shortage of neighborhood haunts in Tri-Taylor Chicago. Try Damenzo's Pizza and Bacci Pizza for unforgettable slices of famous Chicago pizza. Ferrara Bakery has been serving up homemade treats and breads since 1908. Nearby Little Italy offers countless classic Italian spots.
What We Love Most
There's something wonderful about being part of a tight-knit community in the midst of a large city like Chicago. We love how neighbors look after one another, the historic homes and unbeatable restaurant options!
Best Way to Get Around
Getting around Tri-Taylor via Western/Damen/Congress and I-290 are some popular options or commuters can choose the CTA Blue or Pink Lines to venture to other parts of the city for work, school or pleasure.
Tri-Taylor is the tiniest pocket of hustle and bustle on the near west side. The Illinois Medical District, United Center Park, North Lawndale, and University Village are a stone's throw away.
Because of its proximity to UIC, it's a popular destination for students. And because of its proximity to the Medical District, the streets are rich with people sporting white coats and scrubs. Despite the surrounding commotion, the enclaves of vintage greystone homes are actually pretty quiet. Tri-Taylor Chicago apartments are new, and make a fine choice for west-side living.
There are numerous restaurant and bar options on both Western or Taylor. Venturing to the surrounding communities will afford you many more options. The Polk pink line stop is the closest, otherwise buses will do the trick.
People looking for apartments in North Lawndale can find them in mid-rise buildings, classic two- and three-flats, and this community has experienced a bit of the recent building boom for luxury apartments and condos as well.
Apartments for rent in University Village Chicago come in nearly every style and size, while the University of Illinois - Chicago (UIC) community encompasses more than 100 buildings located on nearly 240 acres of land, lending the "University Village" neighborhood of Chicago its name.