The apartments for rent in Little Italy are amid a vibrant, cultural atmosphere that teems with life and a marked vivacity where you will be able to experience the exciting urban environment of Chicago and be immersed in a warm and welcoming community that is as diverse as it is congenial.
Whether you want to tour your city to see its notable attractions, you commute to work or are looking to escape the city for vacation, getting to your intended destination from one of the apartments in Little Italy will not be difficult with the plethora of public transportation systems nearby as well as the major roadways that you will have access. If you want to go east of Lake Michigan, then you can hop on a Blue Line train at the UIC-Halsted station. To the northeast, there's the Clinton station, where you can catch one of the Green and Pink line trains. For further ventures outside of Chicago, there's also the Chicago OTC system, which can bring you to Crystal Lake, Elbum and Waukegan. In the center of the community, the two major highways, the Dan Ryan Expressway and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Expressway intersect.
Parks and Recreation
For those who want to get out and unwind from a long week of work, there are numerous neighborhood parks that you can head to. These include the Union and Skinner Park, which have baseball diamonds that are perfect for playing catch with the kids. Also in the area is the Mary Bartelme Park as well as Heritage Green Park. Both of which have great central locations that are ideal for meeting members of your community.
Those who reside in the Little Italy apartments for rent will be able to send their children to highly-ranked public institution like Jackson A. Elementary, as well as the Galileo Scholastic Academy of Math and Science. There are other notable private schools that will surely encourage a love for learning in your little ones such as the Village Leadership Academy and the Urban Prairie Waldorf School.
The Little Italy apartments are in close proximity to many of Chicago's points of interest, that range from public works of art like Cloud Gate in Millennium Park as well as cultural centers such as Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier and the Oriental Institute Museum.
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