Washington Park Apartment Living

Neighborhood Vibe

Life in Washington Park is all about the history and culture of the neighborhood. It is home to many University of Chicago students due to its proximity to the schools. Many Chicago residents come to Washington Park to visit the museums, park and arboretum. Residents say the streets are quiet and the schools are great. They also love the local shops and restaurants because the owners are their neighbors. 

Heart of the Neighborhood

There's no shortage of activities in Washington Park. Pay a visit to world-famous DuSable Museum of African American History and spend the day immersed in history. Then walk over to the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago. Washington Park is a perfect place to spend warm, sunny days kicking a ball around, visiting the fountains or just going for a leisurely walk.

What We Love Most

Washington Park residents have world-class museums and schools at their fingertips. This is the neighborhood for those who want to live among history, culture and plenty of green space.

Best Way to Get Around

Apartments in Washington Park are near Garfield/59th, I-90, and I-94 for most quick trips and there’s always the CTA Red/Green for commuters. 

Washington Park Average Rent

3 Bedroom in Washington Park
Average Rent
$1.3k

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