Great Logan Square location. 10+ Restaurants and Bars within a 5 minute walk. Easy access to O'Hare airport Down Town Loop and Millennium Park/Art Museum from the CTA Blue line Train. Just 1 block from the entrance to the 606 park and elevated trail for bikers and runners and 2 blocks from Palmer Square Park. Stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, Private entry,
Amazing transportation location.
Easy access to 2 CTA Blue Line stop (California and Western). It’s a 15 min walk at 3 mph (0.7 of a mi) to California stop OR walk about 5 houses down to the corner and take the 73 Armitage bus ride 10 min to western Blue Line stop. Bus runs 7 days/week 4:38 am until 9:38 pm. Other notable stops on the 73 bus include shopping in Lincoln Park, North Ave Beach, and multiple bars and restaurants in Logan Square, Wicker Park, Bucktown, and Lincoln Park,
• In building LAUNDRY shared by 3 apartments
• Central Heat & Air
• Full STAINLESS kitchen
• Parking: Easy free street
About Logan Square
Beautiful prominent park-like boulevards, new parks, and the Bloomingdale/606 Trail. The Square is beautiful. Two large boulevards, Logan Blvd. and Kedzie Blvd. run right through it and meet at Palmer Square, just blocks from the apartment, which is the large roundabout in the middle that marks "The Square" of Logan Square.
Restaurants bars & clubs:
One of the US’s best breweries right here Revolution Brewing, a great place to stop in for a drink any night of the week. some of the hottest bars & clubs on the west side including slippery slope 2 level nightclub with frequent live music, The East room nightclub/Lounge cash only 2nd floor with exposed brick & dance floor frequent live music, Parson’s Chicken & Fish with its trendy interior & fabulous patio Scofflaw—a hip bar with beautiful fireplace, exposed brick, and reclaimed wood. Logan Bar & Grill microbrewed beers, sports bar and fantastic menu, the hip vegan Chicago Diner, Great pizza at the Boiler Room, Get breakfast after a night out at Cozy Corner Diner—opens at 5am. Hang out in great Cafes – Moustache Cafe & Bang Bang Cafe. Just a few of our favorite neighborhood places.
The 606 park and trail system, just outside your door, builds on our city’s reputation for innovation and creativity with yet another great Chicago icon. An unused, elevated rail line that once physically separated four neighborhoods will now knit them together, connecting thousands of children and their families, nature, and our community. The 606 brings together elevated trails for bikers and runners and art installations to create an urban oasis—some of the greenest neighborhoods in the city, and a new way to explore Chicago. The boulevards and Palmer square have a lot of beautiful green space perfect for walking, jogging, picnicking and walking pets and soaking in the sights and sounds of Logan Square.