Bookended by two of the city’s most significant cultural institutions, The University of Chicago to the west and The Museum of Science and Industry to the east, Hyde Park is an incredibly popular South Side neighborhood for locals and visitors. The Museum of Science and Industry is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere and boasts more than 2,000 exhibits. The University of Chicago is a Victorian Gothic-clad, Nobel Prize factory with one of the country’s most scenic campuses to boot. Not far from the fabled school, you will find the home of President Barack Obama.
Comprised mainly of large studio apartments and one bedrooms, in the heart of Hyde Park. This building has walk score of 96 making it a "walker's paradise". University of Chicago students will especially benefit from the ability to walk to class. The building features a secure lobby and laundry room, and every apartment comes equipped with hardwood floors, central heat, and ceiling fans.