This neighborhood may get its name from historic Wrigley Field, but there are many other noteworthy sights in this bustling neighborhood. Studio apartment renters in Wrigleyville can get familiar with a number of restaurants, shops, salons, a luxury hotel and of course there are plenty of bars to catch a game if you don't feel like watching from the bleacher seats in the nation's second-oldest ballpark. Wrigleyville is no longer just for Cub fans. This neighborhood now has many wonderful restaurants, entertainment and shops that make it desirable year-round. Yes, you will have traffic and congestion during the home games, but this is the true essence of this classic Chicago neighborhood. Just to the south of Wrigleyville is Boystown, where there are tons of great restaurants, bars, nightlife and boutiques. Studio apartments in Wrigleyville also place you close to the Chicago lakefront, the Lakefront Trail, Marovitz Golf Course, Waveland Tennis Courts, and Montrose Beach. Public transportation is a breeze from your studio apartment in Wrigleyville, the Red Line CTA train is available at Sheffield and Addison, just east of the ballpark and at the Sheridan station on the north end of Wrigleyville. The west end of Wrigleyville is home to the legendary Music Box Theater and the Southport Corridor with all the restaurants and shops. There are always plenty of studio apartments available in Wrigleyville throughout the year, and mostly in the spring & summer.