The neighborhood of Marquette Park Chicago is located in the southwestern portion of the city, east of Chicago Midway International Airport. The extensive nearby park is part of the Chicago district park system and hosts golfing, sports, fishing, movies, gymnasiums and more. Living here, you will be close to transit as well as numerous restaurants, shopping and Midway Airport. Health care is also part of Marquette Park, with Holy Cross Hospital and Centro De Salud Esperanza close to home.
Rent for Marquette Park apartments starts at $550 for a studio to $620 for a one bedroom. Two bedroom properties for rent start at $850. In several communities, no security deposit is required, making living here very affordable. Some apartments in Marquette Park include heat and appliances within the rent as well.
West 63rd Street is the location that you will want to frequent for its numerous restaurants and shops. And, of course, living in this neighborhood provides access to the marvelous resource of Marquette Park. Here you can enjoy a number of services and entertainment, including Movies in the Park. Two gymnasiums, an auditorium, wood shop, community garden and rose garden are also found in Marquette Park. Sports fields include four multi-purpose fields, a 9-hole golf course and a driving range, a lagoon, spray pool, two playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts and more. Park Kids is just one of the after school programs available here; summer camp and Special Recreation Night Camp are other programs in addition to Cheerleading/Gymnasium. Everyone in the family will love living near this wonderful resource. Additionally, one can enjoy fishing in the area set aside for this fun pastime.
Apartment communities that allow pets are abundant in this district, so bring Rover and Kitty to your new home. Rover will enjoy his walks in the park and discovering the sights and smells of Marquette Park. Not far from the neighborhood, on S. Pulaski Road, you will be able to find abundant groomers as well as Vianey's Pet Kingdom, a pet store and groomer.
Nearby transit stations include the Green Line, Ashland 63rd Station; the Orange Line, Midway Terminal; and the Orange Line at Pulaski Road. The ride from Midway to the Loop on the Orange Line is approximately 35 minutes. Centrally located between the Dan Ryan Expressway and I-55, getting into Chicago by car is another possibility.
Those who rent apartments in Marquette Park have access to Hurley Elementary School, Tarkington Elementary, Eberhart Elementary, Marquette Elementary, which are public schools that are part of the Chicago City School District. Queen of the Universe and Nativity Bvm School are private schools in the neighborhood. Maria High School is located at the edge of the Park and is a private high school. Being part of Chicago, Marquette Park has close access to all the higher educational opportunities of the city, and colleges and universities, as well as highly praised medical schools, are a short train ride from home.