|Studio||1 Bath||$1,355||23 weeks ago||526|
|Studio||1 Bath||STUDIO RENOVATED||$1,581||4 hours ago||-|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||CONVERTIBLE||$1,510||17 weeks ago||-|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||1/1 RENOVATED||$1,512||4 hours ago||-|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||1/1||$1,635||4 days ago||-|
|2 Beds||2 Bath||$2,185||26 weeks ago||1,072|
|2 Beds||2 Bath||2/2 RENOVATED||$2,415||4 hours ago||-|
Chicago's Italian-American heritage is well known and there are many Italian neighborhoods, but none quite like Taylor Street's Little Italy. The neighborhood is also known as University Village as it encompasses the Chicago campus of the University of Illinois (UIC). Home of the Italian-American Sports Hall of Fame, Little Italy is located within the Near West Side, just east of the Illinois Medical District. The CTA Blue Line 'L' train runs along the northern boundary, and the Pink Line is just over the western border.
Apartments in this area are generally low-rise buildings with fewer than 10 units, and median rental prices are around $1,500. Two and three-bedroom apartments are more common than studios and one-bedroom units, catering to the college student demographic. High seasonality and turnover makes summertime a more expensive time to move, but also offers the best selection of rentals.
As the mass migration…