Chicago’s Most Walkable Neighborhoods
South Loop: Walkscore 92
The South Loop has experienced some serious growth and development over the past few years. With the addition of new apartment and office buildings comes the demand for more retail, dining and entertainment options. While the South Loop has always enjoyed easy access to attractions such as the Chicago Lakefront Trail, Millennium Park and multiple museums as well as close proximity to the Downtown area, the continued buzz around this neighborhood means right now is the time to move-in and make this neighborhood home, before everyone else catches on!
Near North Side: Walkscore 96
Labeled as the #1 most walkable neighborhood in Chicago by Walkscore, it’s no surprise that this well-established area is celebrated for its proximity to nearly everything the city has to offer. Whether you want to be close to shopping and dining, want to walk to work or would like to run all of your errands on foot, Near North Side is a great place to call home.
If you want to make the Near North Side neighborhood home, Chestnut Tower is an excellent option. Living in this community truly extends the level of convenience you experience in the neighborhood with features such as a 24-hour front door staff, cyber café, fitness center, rooftop sundeck, clubroom and private dog park.
East Ukrainian Village: Walkscore 96
If you’re looking for a quieter, more residential option, consider the laid-back environment of the East Ukrainian Village. While public transportation is not readily available in the area, this neighborhood is considered the second most walkable in the city thanks to the abundance of great dining options: 119 to be exact!
The Ukrainian Village is also a great location if you’re looking for a more affordable rental option within the city. Check out the Wicker Park Apartments website for an abundance of rental options in the area. Our pick is 1016-1020 N. Campbell, offering 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with great updates like stainless steel appliances, central heat and AC while retaining original details like exposed brick and hardwood floors.