Thinking About Logan Square Apartments for Rent?
Our fully rehabbed and affordable apartments in Logan Square, Chicago include:
- One-bedroom units
- Two-bedroom units
- Three-bedroom units
Hipsters, working-class residents, professionals and young families call this diverse area home. And yes, there really is a “square” in Logan Square — a large grassy, park-like area featuring a plaza and the Illinois Centennial Monument — in the heart of this community. In fact, Logan Square boasts beautiful, wide boulevards bordered on both sides by landscaped medians and tall trees. With four of these interconnected medians lined with gorgeous old mansions, greystones and Logan Square apartments, is it any wonder that the area is referred to as the “Emerald Necklace”?
What Is There to Do Here?
What would it be like to live in this large, family-friendly neighborhood? During the last five years or so, Logan Square Chicago apartments as well as the surrounding neighborhood have experienced a development renaissance. The great thing about making this area home is being able to walk out of your Logan Square apartment complex to all kinds of food, drink, entertainment and recreation opportunities.
If you’re hungry, you can choose from an amazing number of local cafes, coffee shops and noteworthy restaurants that are near Logan Square apartments in Chicago, IL. Grab wood-fired bagels or pizza at Reno. Enjoy a delicious pie from Bang Bang Pie & Biscuits. Meet friends for brunch at Park & Field. Have dinner at cozy Osteria Langhe, taco spot Lonesome Rose or mountain-vibey Table, Donkey and Stick. Looking for some local produce to inspire you in the kitchen? The Logan Square Farmers Market is one of the only weekly, year-round markets in Chicago, held every Sunday. Want an afternoon cocktail? Try Parson’s Chicken and Fish, The Moonlighter or Scofflaw.
In the evening, you can hit up The Owl bar, artisanal cocktail lounge Estereo or Revolution Brewery, known for being Illinois’s largest independent craft brewery. You can attend the theater, a concert or street music festival featuring local bands, or stroll through the art galleries. Rosa’s Lounge is a great spot for enjoying Chicago blues. The Charnel House features all kinds of productions in its multi-use theater building. When you’re in a movie mood, The Logan Theatre is a restored 1915-era venue with a full lounge and bar.
Love to shop? Don’t miss the locally owned boutiques or national retail stores that line the main streets. From vintage treasures at Three Stars Resale Shop to fresh flowers at Fleur, there’s something for everyone.
When browsing Logan Square Chicago apartments for rent, you’ll discover the area’s nice community vibe. Families enjoy the green space and numerous parks, including the nearby regional Humboldt Park with its playfields, lagoon and the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture. Logan Square’s namesake park near the intersection of Logan, Milwaukee and Kedzie is another popular hangout, home to the eye-catching Illinois Centennial Monument.
Neighborhood groups promote preservation and community gardens. Residents attend many annual parties, including the Logan Square Food Truck Social, Taste of Latin America, Logan Square Arts Festival, Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival, Logan Square Beer Fest and more. Spend an afternoon strolling or biking the almost three miles of The 606, an elevated trail filled with public art, parks and seating areas.
How Do I Get Around?
When you visit Logan Square, one of the first things you notice is the number of bikes on the street. It’s an easy, cheap way to get around, and riding the wide boulevards is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. The western end of the 606 elevated walking/running/biking trail runs through the neighborhood, allowing residents to travel or exercise without worrying about the auto traffic in the streets below.
Logan Square is a very accessible neighborhood. The CTA blue line has two convenient Logan Square stations, one on California Avenue and the other on Milwaukee Avenue, right in the middle of the neighborhood. This “L” line transports riders between the close-in western suburbs through the Loop and out to O’Hare International Airport. CTA buses, taxis and ride-sharing vehicles are plentiful, too.