204 Studio Apartments for rent in Norridge, IL

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Last updated November 19 at 12:31am UTC
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3757 N Cicero Ave
Old Irving Park
Chicago, IL
Updated November 16 at 12:32pm UTC
Studio
$6,400
3342 West Ainslie Street E1
Albany Park
Chicago, IL
Updated November 4 at 1:19pm UTC
Studio
$765
3957 W Irving Park
Irving Park
Chicago, IL
Updated November 17 at 5:15am UTC
Studio
$805
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2335-45 North Geneva
2339 N Geneva Ter
Chicago, IL
Updated November 18 at 11:12am UTC
Studio
$995
3330 West irving park Road
Irving Park
Chicago, IL
Updated August 28 at 7:03pm UTC
Studio
$2,000
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City Guide

If you're wondering if renting a studio apartment in Norridge, IL is right for you, you've come to the right place. Here is a look at some of the many benefits of living in this "Island Within a City" that has the right mix of urban and suburban benefits.

Norridge, IL: A Brief History

An enclave known as an "Island Within A City" because of its proximity to the major city of Illinois, Norridge is a subdivision of the city of Chicago proper that's located near the Cook County For...

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Norridge, IL: A Brief History

An enclave known as an "Island Within A City" because of its proximity to the major city of Illinois, Norridge is a subdivision of the city of Chicago proper that's located near the Cook County Forest Preserves. Named for its border towns -- Norwood Park Township and Park Ridge -- Norridge is an upper middle class hamlet that, thanks to its convenient location, is a desirable area for young professionals looking to make their own way into Chicago. Many of the studio apartments for rent are conveniently located just minutes away from Downtown Chicago.

The Benefits of Living in Norridge

If you're looking to rent a studio apartment in Norridge, you will find that there are a lot of benefits in doing so. Studio apartments are perfect for single people with no children and/or a small pet who are just starting out in their career and don't need more than a room to get by.

But there are other benefits to living here. For example:

  • The amenities: There are a number of amenities that are either in the location, or easy to get to from the location, that are both culturally relevant and beneficial to the local economy. Shops, restaurants and nightclubs abound.
  • The education: If you're the parent of a child, or you're looking to go back to school and get some education yourself, there's no better place to do so than in Norridge. The average test scores for students in Norridge are not only among the highest in Chicago, they're higher than the entire national average.
  • The safety: In terms of safety, you can't get any safer than Norridge. Unlike other suburbs of the greater Chicago area, Norridge has a crime rate that is nearly nonexistent across the spectrum, whether it's in reference to violent or non-violent crimes.

Things To Remember When Living in Norridge

If you'd like to rent a studio apartment in Norridge, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Save up to own your own home. While the average rent in the area is slightly higher than the national average -- studios apartments start at about $1,000 per month -- more than 80% of the residents own their own home in the area. And it's no wonder, given that the average home costs about $250,000.
  • Your neighbors are very different. Like many suburbs of Chicago, Norridge is very ethnically diverse, with a large African-American and Hispanic/Latino population. This is the perfect place to live if you appreciate diversity.
  • Your neighbors believe in the community. Residents who have lived in Norridge for an extended period of time all concede that living in the area has provided them with an opportunity to appreciate being in a close, tight-knight community with thriving businesses and seemingly endless opportunities.
  • There's not that many people there. The population of Norridge is about 15,000, making it one of the smaller suburbs of the greater Chicago area. This is the perfect place to call home if you appreciate the proximity to a big city but you still want a small-town Midwestern feel.