Chicago Lawn Apartments For Rent

Chicago Lawn apartments, located on the Southwest Side of Chicago, offer residents an exclusive combination of affordable housing and lively activity set in one of the greener neighborhoods of the South Side. Called "Marquette Park"by many residents, due to the expansive park of the same name that sits within its borders, Chicago Lawn apartments offer residents excellent living and recreational activities.

The apartments for rent in Chicago Lawn are located about 8 miles southwest of downtown Chicago. This neighborhood is home to roughly 60,000 residents. The community area is made up of several smaller neighborhoods, including Marquette Park, Gage Park, West Englewood, Ashburn and West Lawn. It is bounded by Central Avenue on the west, 59th Street to the north, 75th Street to the south and Bell Avenue on the East. ZIP codes attributed to Chicago Lawn apartments and housing include 60629 and 60636.

When you rent a Chicago Lawn apartment with Pangea, your amenities may include:
  • Internet
  • Phone Entry Intercom
  • On-site Laundry
  • Parking Available


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Chicago Lawn Transportation

Residents of Chicago Lawn apartments benefit from a number of transportation options. The greatest of all is the neighborhood's proximity to Midway Airport, which is just a mile away from Marquette Park. Highway access to downtown or the suburbs can be reached from residents of apartments in Chicago Lawn housing through I-55, the Stevenson Expressway. The Chicago Transit Authority offers several bus routes through the area, including:

  • #94 California (which terminates in Marquette Park at Sacramento Avenue)
  • #67 along 71st Street (connecting the neighborhood to Daley College, Ford City Mall and Midway transfers)
  • #52A along Kedzie Avenue
  • #63 along 63rd Street

Chicago Lawn housing also offers residents connection to downtown via the CTA Green Line Ashland Branch at Ashland and 63rd Avenue.


Pangea Community and Living Opportunities in Chicago Lawn

If you're looking for a strong community feel with the opportunity for affordable or low cost apartments, Chicago Lawn is the place to start. And the neighborhood name says it all. The neighborhood's eclectic feel and vast park spaces make it the perfect location for families or residents looking for comfortable Chicago Lawn housing. Local management firm Pangea Real Estate offers great deals on apartments for rent in Chicago Lawn, along with quality maintenance, prompt service and even accept Section 8 vouchers. These Section 8 apartments are a valuable way for Chicago families to find quality affordable housing in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. The neighborhood boasts a number of quality schools for families as well. These include:

  • Maria High School
  • Lindblom Math and Science Academy
  • Hancock Prep
  • Gage Park High School
  • Marquette Elementary
  • Hubbard High School

The neighborhood is also very close and accessible to Richard J. Daley College, which offers post-secondary and continuing education classes to residents of Chicago Lawn housing.


Chicago Lawn Shopping and Nightlife

Most of the shopping opportunities for Chicago Lawn can be found either along 63rd Street, Western Avenue or the 71st and Pulaski area. However, the hot spot for shopping in the Chicago Lawn area most definitely belongs to the Ford City Mall complex, which is just southwest of the heart of Chicago Lawn and can be reached by the #67 bus. Convenience stores such as Walgreens and Seven-Eleven are conveniently distributed throughout the neighborhood. Restaurant options abound in Chicago Lawn, offering residents of Chicago Lawn apartments a variety of dining options. The most popular of these include:

  • Palermo's Italian Restaurant (3751 W. 63rd Street)
  • Garifuna Flava (2518 W. 63rd Street)
  • Huck Finn Restaurant (6650 S. Pulaski Rd.)
  • Geneo's Pizza (2945 W. 59th Street)
  • Mariscos El Veneno (6651 S. Pulaski Rd.)

History of Chicago Lawn

Originally Chicago Lawn represented its own city, being founded in 1871. The city was annexed by Chicago only a decade later, though much of the neighborhood remained farmland until the 20th century. Affordable housing in Chicago Lawn skyrocketed when immigrants and workers from nearby Back of the Yards flocked to the area due to affordable apartments and cheap living expenses. Traditionally an area founded by Germans, Poles and Lithuanians, the demographics soon changed as Chicago Lawn apartments sprung up and the area became more urban. Today, local property management companies have rehabbed many old buildings and the quality of work has led to affordable and comfortable Chicago Lawn apartment options. Seeking housing under 600 dollars, apartments under 800 dollars or apartments under 1000 dollars? You can find affordable housing to fit any budge in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. Plus, many property management companies still accept Section 8 vouchers or have options for Section 8 housing.

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Want to learn more about life in Chicago Lawn? Talk to residents or speak with a representative from Pangea Real Estate, which specializes in rehabbing and enhancing Chicago Lawn apartments, housing and rentals. Pangea offers great priced Studio Apartments, 1 Bedroom Rentals, 2 Bedroom Apartment Rentals, 3 Bedroom Apts and Four Bedroom Apartment Rentals that are available today!