West Pullman Apartment Living
Parks, churches, and community centers are abundant in West Pullman. People who live in West Pullman, Chicago, feel a strong tie to the neighborhood, so you'll likely see your neighbors at stores, restaurants, and places of worship. West Pullman is the type of neighborhood where neighbors look out for one another and welcome newcomers. Joe Louis Golf Course is located just south of West Pullman, so it's always convenient to grab your clubs and work on your golf game.
Heart of the Neighborhood
The 40-acre West Pullman solar station is the nation's largest urban solar-power facility. In addition to this accomplishment, West Pullman, Chicago, is home to Chicago's original chicken and waffle shacks. Try Harold's Chicken Shack and Taste of Chicago for authentic Chicago flavors. West Pullman also has a branch of the Chicago Public Library, making West Pullman a bibliophile's dream. You'll love the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center for recreational activities in the neighborhood.
What We Love Most
We love all the places in West Pullman to spend time with friends and neighbors. From the community center to the parks and the nearby golf course, you'll never be at a loss for things to do or places to go!
Best Way to Get Around
Apartment renters in West Pullman can get around via 115th/Halsted and I-57 or choose the Metra ME to explore other neighborhoods.
Apartments for rent in West Pullman
Around the Neighborhood
As for West Pullman apartments, single-family homes dominate the area, but there's a fair share of duplexes too. You'll find a few parks here and there, along with churches and community centers. Food options include a mix of chain restaurants and the south-side original chicken and waffle joints. By the way, it's hard to miss the 40-acre West Pullman solar station, the nation's largest urban solar-power facility.