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Highland Park

Highland Park is a great place to live, with some of the lowest rents in Chicago. The city's rental market is very affordable, which makes it easy for you to find an apartment that fits your budget. You can find inexpensive apartments in a variety of locations and at many different price points.

Highland Park has several neighborhoods with high-quality rentals available for under $1,000 per month:

  • The North Shore neighborhood has about 38% fewer homes than the city average. These homes are larger than average and are generally newer than other homes in Highland Park as well.
  • North Kenilworth has about 37% fewer homes than the city average and tends toward larger single-family houses on larger lots. This neighborhood also has a large number of two-bedroom units available if you're looking for somewhere more affordable that can accommodate multiple roommates or family members who want separate bedrooms but still appreciate access to common areas such as kitchens or living rooms/dining rooms.

Highland Park also has a variety of different housing options, including high-rise condos or townhouses. However, there are only two neighborhoods with apartment complexes that are zoned for denser housing developments such as these: Downtown Highland Park and South Kenilworth.

Highland Park is an excellent location for those who want to live close to downtown Chicago. The average commute time in this city is less than 30 minutes, which makes it a great place for people who work in the city but don't want to deal with congestion on their way home after work.

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