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Overview of Hyde Park

Living in a Hyde Park apartment may automatically raise your I.Q. This neighborhood plays host to the University of Chicago. All the education in the air is bound to rub off some! Students, professors, and others have been flocking to Hyde Park since 1893, when Rockefeller donated money for the University. Hyde Park is on the sedate side for a college town, however. Expect more serious studying than fraternity mayhem. With parkland on three sides, Hyde Park is also quite an attractive place to call home.

Chicago annexed Hyde Park in 1889. Three years later, the University of Chicago—one of the world’s most prestigious schools—opened its doors. Hyde Park benefitted from the student influx. Economic decline hit Hyde Park in the 1950s, but it was followed by urban renewal in the 1960s. This allowed the neighborhood to remain diverse while avoiding the plight and blight that afflicted other Chicago neighborhoods.

Hyde Park Lifestyle and Entertainment

Hyde Park is a great place to be a student. Independent bookstores, cafés, and inexpensive restaurants can all be found along these streets. You wont have trouble finding Asian restaurants or other kinds of ethnic eateries. The Hyde Park Shopping Center has a grocery store and other essentials.

In terms of attractions, the Museum of Science and Industry offers exhibits for all ages. The 57th Street Art Fair, started in 1948, is one of Chicago’s oldest. Promontory Point provides amazing views up and down the lakeshore as well as a place to swim. Large Jackson and Washington parks are connected by the Midway. This network of grassland helps make Hyde Park a perfect place to walk or bike.

Hyde Park Info and the Rental Market

A large student population means rental opportunities abound. The racially diverse residents of Hyde Park rent apartments and condos, including some in lakeshore high-rises. While a lot of those living here are associated with the University of Chicago, many just appreciate the area’s perks. The average two-bedroom in Hyde Park rents for $1,110 a month.

Hyde Park is far from the Loop and commuting isn’t the easiest. Buses run downtown or to Red and Green Line ‘L’ stations. Metra’s Electric Line and South Shore Line stop in Hyde Park.

Hyde Park Resources

Hyde Park falls within two Chicago City Council wards—the 4th and the 5th. Near here, you’ll find the Blackstone Branch of the Chicago Public Library. There are two United States Post Offices in Hyde Park, one of them on campus.

Hyde Park Zip Codes

Zip codes serving Hyde Park are 60615 and 60637.

Hyde Park Tower Apartments - Chicago, IL 60615
24
(356)

Chicago, IL 60615

$1289 - $4398

1-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)

(356)

$1289 - $4398

155 Units 1-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

5500 S. Cornell - Chicago, IL 60637
20

Chicago, IL 60637

$733 - $3082

0-4 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$733 - $3082

65 Units 0-4 Beds 1 Bath

5524-5526 S. Everett Avenue - Chicago, IL 60637
21

Chicago, IL 60637

$2405 - $3905

4-6 Beds 2-3 Baths

5550 South Dorchester - Chicago, IL 60637
21

Chicago, IL 60637

$902 - $2500

0-2 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$902 - $2500

124 Units 0-2 Beds 1 Bath

The Shoreland - Chicago, IL 60615
32

Chicago, IL 60615

$1269 - $3675

0-3 Beds 1-3 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1269 - $3675

330 Units 0-3 Beds 1-3 Baths

Windermere House - Chicago, IL 60637
26

Chicago, IL 60637

$1120 - $3010

0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1120 - $3010

220 Units 0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

Del Prado - Chicago, IL 60615
40

Chicago, IL 60615

$1165 - $3673

0-3 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1165 - $3673

192 Units 0-3 Beds 1 Bath

The Blackwood - Chicago, IL 60615
30
(4)

Chicago, IL 60615

$1185 - $1975

1-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)

(4)

$1185 - $1975

145 Units 1-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

Woodlawn Court - Chicago, IL 60615
19

Chicago, IL 60615

$1375 - $2214

2-3 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1375 - $2214

30 Units 2-3 Beds 1 Bath

5339-5345 S. Woodlawn - Chicago, IL 60615
19

Chicago, IL 60615

$1250 - $3871

2-4 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1250 - $3871

25 Units 2-4 Beds 1 Bath

5411-21 S Ellis - Chicago, IL 60615
25

Chicago, IL 60615

$910 - $2801

2-3 Beds 1 Bath

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$910 - $2801

31 Units 2-3 Beds 1 Bath

The Pepperland - Chicago, IL 60615
7

Chicago, IL 60615

$1455 - $3471

2-5 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1455 - $3471

22 Units 2-5 Beds 1-2 Baths

1515-1521 E. 54th Street, LLC - Chicago, IL 60615
13

Chicago, IL 60615

$1051 - $3662

2-6 Beds 1-3 Baths

5452-5466 S. Ellis Avenue - Chicago, IL 60615
11

Chicago, IL 60615

$926 - $3362

1-4 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$926 - $3362

31 Units 1-4 Beds 1-2 Baths

5222-38 S Drexel Avenue - Chicago, IL 60615
23

Chicago, IL 60615

$1035 - $2606

1-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1035 - $2606

63 Units 1-3 Beds 1-2 Baths

5237 S Kenwood Ave - Chicago, IL 60615
16

Chicago, IL 60615

$1345 - $3785

2-5 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1345 - $3785

16 Units 2-5 Beds 1-2 Baths

5528 S. Cornell Avenue - Chicago, IL 60637
4

Chicago, IL 60637

$833 - $1469

0-2 Beds 1 Bath

5300 S Drexel - Chicago, IL 60615
24

Chicago, IL 60615

$1172 - $1880

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)


$1172 - $1880

37 Units 0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

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