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66 Studio Apartments for rent in Evergreen Park, IL

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Last updated January 19 at 5:27am UTC
Results within 5 miles of Evergreen Park, IL
5436 S Justine St.
New City
Chicago, IL
Updated January 18 at 10:12am UTC
5907 South KEDZIE Avenue
Chicago Lawn
Chicago, IL
Updated January 19 at 5:27am UTC
Results within 10 miles of Evergreen Park, IL

City Guide

The tiny house trend has really spotlighted the fact that you don't need much space to enjoy a comfortable home. Of course, studio apartments aren't quite as compact, but they do offer all the space needed for a single in Evergreen Park. In about 400 square feet, you get a full bathroom, kitchen, bedroom and living area. Some things pull double-duty, like a kitchen island that doubles as an eating space, but that just means less to clean for someone who spends a lot of time on the go.


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Evergreen Park

Evergreen Park is fairly small. At only 4 square miles, it's no surprise that the total population is just under 20,000. Rental options include everything from compact studio apartments to spacious single-family homes, but when you're looking for affordable rentals, a studio is the best value. An Evergreen Park studio apartment lets you enjoy the peace and quiet of the suburbs as well as a short commute into Chicago.

Living in Evergreen Park

An almost perfect blend of urban amenities and small-town living describes residential life in Evergreen Park. With more than 20 restaurants, the community offers flavors from around the globe, including the famous Chicago deep dish pizza. Nine local parks brighten up the neighborhood and offer playgrounds, tennis courts, trails and more. Most of the shopping and entertainment in the area runs along Route 20, so you don't need to leave the neighborhood to handle regular errands. With everything centrally located, you can start at one end and just head down the block.

Getting Around Evergreen Park

One of the nice things about Evergreen Park is the truly walkable neighborhood. You don't need to own a car if you move here. Not only is everything fairly close with solid sidewalk infrastructure, there's plenty of public transportation. If owning a car is not a must, it can help make the move more affordable.

If you're skeptical about walking around the neighborhood, keep in mind that the average walk to a bar, restaurant or coffee shop is a mere five minutes.

What About the Crime?

When planning to walk, crime is often one of the first concerns. But, in Evergreen Park, there's almost no violent crime. In fact, violent crime numbers top out at well below half the national average, and even lower when compared to the rest of Illinois.

Job Opportunities in Evergreen Park

If you already have a job lined up, then you don't need to worry about the job market, but if you plan to move and then start the hunt, take a look at some of the stats. While unemployment is a bit high at 7.7 percent, poverty is very low at only 8.2 percent. Some of the largest employment sectors include:

  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Wholesale and retail
  • Transportation, warehousing and utilities
  • Education, health and social services

Of course, the commute into Chicago is only about 30 minutes, so you can enjoy living in the suburbs and working in the city.