Considering Living in a Roscoe Village Apartment Rental in Chicago?
Mo2 Properties offers fully rehabbed Roscoe Village studio apartments and 1-, 2- or 3-bedroom units in this friendly, family-oriented north side Chicago neighborhood. While mimicking the peace and quiet of the suburbs, Roscoe Village provides the benefits of a sophisticated, big-city lifestyle. This “village-like” area is filled with singles, couples and young families strolling the streets and enjoying the urban ambiance and amenities. Vintage walkups, conventional flats, new luxury construction and single-family homes with gardens offer a range of housing options.
What Is There to Do Here?
Roscoe Village welcomes residents and visitors with a wealth of popular dining choices, including brunch restaurants, local eateries, cozy cafes and comfortable neighborhood watering holes. During the warm-weather months, enjoy a nice meal — from comfort food to ethnic specialties — or down a beer or two, while you watch the world go by from a sidewalk patio or outdoor beer garden.
In addition to restaurants, you’ll find bakeries, small independently owned businesses, funky shops and trendy boutiques, clothing stores and more — most within walking distance. As you traverse Roscoe Street from Damen to Western Avenue, window shopping and people-watching, you might even begin to believe that you’re truly living in a village!
The Roscoe Village community comes together at special events throughout the year. The longest-running is the Annual Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival, which takes place in the autumn and features three days of family fun, entertainment, craft opportunities and food vendors. The Roscoe Village Burger Fest is held in July, and in addition to dining on the finest burgers around, residents and visitors enjoy live rock music on two stages, attend the kids’ activity zone and vote for their favorite burgers. Other top summer events include the Belmont Arts and Music Festival and the Retro on Roscoe festival. Get out, have fun and get to know your neighbors!
How Do I Get Around?
Many people walk, bike and jog in this area. But when is the destination is beyond walking or cycling distance, residents count on the Chicago Transit Authority. The CTA brown line “L” stops in the neighborhood at the Paulina and Addison stations, while the red line “L” train stops at the Belmont station. Between these two rapid transit lines, a number of bus routes and the ability to transfer, Roscoe Village residents have access to just about anywhere they want to go in the city.