Want to take a trip around the world all in one neighborhood? Then head to Albany Park, one of the most diverse spots in the United States. Mexican, South American, Filipino, Korean, Indian, Cambodian, Somali, Romanian, Middle Eastern, and Yugoslavian cultures, among others, all come together in this quintessential melting pot. As you might imagine, that means all good things when it comes to grabbing a bite to eat, especially if you’re craving perfect Persian rice, refreshing Mexican paletas, or Kyrgyzstani hand-pulled noodles. It also means all good things culturally. The Albany Park Theater Project, in particular, is the recipient of numerous accolades, with productions that perfectly represent its multi-ethnic namesake neighborhood.
This Lincoln Square building offers 1 and 3-bedroom units. Each unit is equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, stove, fridge, oven, and a designated storage locker (available for an additional charge). The single bedroom unit is a garden unit and does not include a washer dryer, but each 3-bedroom unit also includes a washer and dryer. The location is highly walkable with Cermac Fresh Market being a 10-minute walk away, Horner Park less than a 5-minute walk away, as well as the bus routes servicing W Irving Park Rd about a 5-minute walk away.