You and your family will find that the apartments for rent in the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District are the perfect place to plant your roots and thrive. In Oak Park, you will be amid a burgeoning community full of warm and welcoming residents ranging from new families to lifelong Chicago residents to students. Besides great local businesses and restaurants, you will also be able to enjoy the parks and have access nearby public transit stations.
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There are scores of businesses in close proximity to the apartments in the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District that you will surely want to take advantage of after you've finished moving. You can do all of your kids' back-to-school shopping at clothing retailers like the GAP and Old Navy. If you want to grab a cup of coffee before you hit the road in the morning to get to work, there's a Starbucks nearby as well as a variety of great eateries such as Boston Market, Lake Street Kitchen and Bar and Luo's Peking House. While you're out, there's no better time to do some shopping for decor to customize your abode. Pick up some stylish selections at the local Rocking Horse Boutique and get the word from experts at Fringe Home Design on North Marion Street.
There area a variety of great parks in the vicinity of the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District apartments for rent that you and your beau will be able to head to with the kids on the weekends. For evening constitutionals, you can head to Mills Park, which is a large grassy area with paved walking paths cutting through it - perfect for taking walks with the stroller. Similar nearby parks include Austins Garden Park and Scoville Park. To the west, there's the expansive Thatcher Woods. There, you can take great nature ventures, leaving behind the big city as you unwind and enjoy Mother Nature's splendor.
Children who live in the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District apartments will have numerous educational options when it comes to choosing a school to attend. Whittier Elementary has gained a reputation for being a launching pad for a successful career in academia. "Whittier is an amazing school. The teachers and the programs have inspired excellence," notes one parent on the website GreatSchools.org.
To the south is the Chicago Transit Authority's Green Line. This rail service can take you to downtown Chicago in a matter of minutes and is favored among local commuters due to its fast and affordable service.
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