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Optima Old Orchard Woods
9739 Woods Dr
Skokie, IL | North Shore
1 Bedroom
$1,770
873 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,060
1324 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,425
2311 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
Unit features include granite counters, hardwood floors and extra storage. Enjoy fitness and relaxing apartment amenities, including a tennis court and community garden. Close to Interstate-94 and golf courses.
1 Unit Available
9049 Bronx Avenue
9049 Bronx Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1250 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Gorgeous 2bed-1bath completely rehabbed unit. Professionally managed completely renovated 4 flat building. All units are condo quality with washer dryer in building , SS appliances security/buzzer system parking available.
1 Unit Available
9042 La Crosse Avenue
9042 La Crosse Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Nice, spacious unit in mint condition. Hardwood floors throughout. convenient location to Pace Buss and CTA stations. Walk to Skokie Yellow line station. Close to shopping, fitness centers, highly rated school districts.
1 Unit Available
4950 GREENWOOD Street
4950 Greenwood Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Clean and Bright three Bedroom Apartment in Skokie! Heat and water are free. Tenant pays for cooking gas and electric.
1 Unit Available
4023 Church Street
4023 Church Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 4023 Church Street in Skokie. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
9715 WOODS Drive
9715 Woods Drive
Skokie, IL | North Shore
1 Bedroom
$1,600
938 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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5 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Available NOW- Perfect rental -popular Optima in Skokie.
1 Unit Available
7923 Kedvale Avenue
7923 Kedvale Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
2744 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
BEAUTIFUL UPDATED UNIT, HARDWOOD FLOORS, UPDATED KITCHEN, LAUNDRY IN UNIT , TANDEM USED AS A 3RD BED
1 Unit Available
4915 Hull Street
4915 Hull Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,339
800 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Fresh BRIGHT, renovated 2 bed PLUS den, 1 bath apartment in an IDEAL location. Walking distance to groceries, downtown Skokie, yellow line train station, restaurants, Lincoln Jr high School.
1 Unit Available
5031 Golf Road
5031 Golf Rd
Skokie, IL | Morton Grove
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
2902 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Skokie - white house! Solid brick, 2-story house with raised foundation. Quality custom build. Attached 2 car garage. 2 full kitchens, 1 on the main level & 1 in the basement level. Lots of storage.
1 Unit Available
8247 KOSTNER Avenue
8247 Kostner Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
4 Bedrooms
$2,550
1600 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 2.5BATH BRICK BI-LEVEL IN THE HEART OF SKOKIE. HARDWOOD FLOORS, CERAMIC TILED KITCHEN. MASTER BATH. TWO CAR GARAGE. NEWLY PAINTED. 2FLOORS CAN BE SPLIT (OPTION 1) 3BEDROOM 2BATH, KITCHEN.LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM AND 2.
1 Unit Available
5142 Carol Street
5142 Carol Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
1 Bedroom
$1,050
500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
UPDATED 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH HARDWOOD FLOORS. A COUPLE BLOCKS AWAY FROM THE SKOKIE SWIFT. UPDATED KITCHEN WITH NEW APPLIANCES AND LOTS OF CABINETS. HEAT AND ELECTRIC INCLUDED. PRIVATE LAUNDRY. NO PETS
1 Unit Available
8133 Laramie Avenue
8133 Laramie Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Rarely available, fully rehabbed 3 unit building. 100% new plumbing, furnace, AC unit, water heater, stainless steel kitchen appliances. Refinished hardwood floors, quartz countertops, beautiful and elegant bathroom.
1 Unit Available
4933 Carol Street
4933 Carol St
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
900 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:18 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 4933 Carol Street in Skokie. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
4907 Hull Street, Unit 2W
4907 Hull Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 09:34 PM
Large 2-Bedroom, Second Floor Condo for Rent CLICK THE LINK TO EXPERIENCE OUR 360° 3D TOUR https://my.matterport.
1 Unit Available
8409 Monticello Ave.
8409 Monticello Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:20 PM
Come one come all. This is an apartment you have been waiting for! To see pre-recorded video tour, copy and paste the link in your browser: https://youtu.
1 Unit Available
9739 Woods Dr.
9739 Woods Drive
Skokie, IL | North Shore
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,320
1312 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 04:20 PM
Terms: One year lease
1 Unit Available
8616 Skokie Blvd
8616 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL | North Shore
1 Bedroom
$1,150
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Beautiful Renovated 1bed Apartment in Skokie - Property Id: 190607 Beautiful Renovated 1bed Apartment Available now in Skokie. Convenient location, close to public transportation/ bus/ yellow line. 94 expressway. Great closet space .
1 Unit Available
8556 Skokie Blvd
8556 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL | North Shore
Studio
$995
1 Bedroom
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Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
MODERN STUDIO APARTMENT IN SKOKIE! AVAILABLE NOW! - Property Id: 427030 Location: 8556 Skokie Blvd, Skokie 60077 Rent: $995 Bedrooms: Studio Bathrooms: 1 Pets: Cats only Laundry: On-site Parking: Street - Easy street parking - On-site
1 Unit Available
4625 Davis St
4625 Davis Street
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
2 Bedroom in Skokie - Property Id: 270561 Welcome to Davis Street! *Available 09/01/2020* *Off-street parking* *In-building laundry* *Cats allowed* Heat: Included Water: Included Cooking gas: Not included No Security deposit, Move-in fee:
1 Unit Available
8608 Skokie Blvd G2
8608 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL | North Shore
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,150
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Skokie Convenient 1BD! Close to Transportation! - Property Id: 406167 Convenience, comfort, and affordability is the key! This clean modern courtyard residential building offers that and much more! The building offers spacious sun- filled studio, 1
1 Unit Available
8624 Skokie Blvd K2
8624 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL | North Shore
Studio
$995
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
New Convenient Charming Studio! - Property Id: 406151 Convenience, comfort, and affordability is the key! This clean modern courtyard residential building offers that and much more! The building offers spacious sun- filled studio, 1 & 2 bedroom
1 Unit Available
8105 Keating Ave
8105 Keating Avenue
Skokie, IL | North Shore
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
LARGE 2 BED APT FOR RENT IN SKOKIE AVAILABLE NOW - Property Id: 404755 LARGE VINTAGE STYLE 2 BED CONDO AVAILABLE NOW IN SKOKIE !!! LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH NEW WINDOWS.
1 Unit Available
9001 Murphy Ln
9001 Murphy Lane
Skokie, IL | North Shore
5 Bedrooms
$3,500
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
$3500 / GORGEOUS 5 BED 2 BATH HOUSE IN SKOKIE! - Property Id: 359474 PLEASE CONTACT A LANDSTAR AGENT BEFORE APPLYING! Two story single family home features 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths right next to Timber Ridge Park! Four bedrooms being on the 2nd
1 Unit Available
3830 Sugar Loaf Lane
3830 Sugar Loaf Lane
Skokie, IL | North Shore
3 Bedrooms
$3,400
1750 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Skokie - Home Ready To Go 3 + Bedroom - Property Id: 392083 Skokie - Home Ready To Go 3 + Bedroom Charming& Newly Updated 3 bed, 2.5 bath is located in the Timber Ridge neighborhood of Skokie just north of Dempster St. & Crawford Ave.
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While some Skokie properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Skokie. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include City Colleges of Chicago-Malcolm X College, Chicago State University, Roosevelt University, University of Chicago, and City Colleges of Chicago-Kennedy-King College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Skokie. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include City Colleges of Chicago-Malcolm X College, Chicago State University, Roosevelt University, University of Chicago, and City Colleges of Chicago-Kennedy-King College.

City Guide

Skokie
Skokie is the origin of two famous US Supreme Court cases, one of which addressed the right for a neo-Nazi group to assemble. Don't worry, though. Skokie has a great history of diversity and harmony.
Skokie is the origin of two famous US Supreme Court cases, one of which addressed the right for a neo-Nazi group to assemble. Don't worry, though. Skokie has a great history of diversity and harmony.

Skokie isn't technically a city. In fact, it calls itself "The World's Largest Village." But no matter what you want to call it, it's home to nearly 65,000 people. Since this is a suburb of Chicago, many of the people living here commute into the big city. The Skokie Park District is a main component here, which makes up about 240 acres of land. The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts and the Skokie Public Library are also large and well-known features in the town.

Moving to Skokie

If you're looking for an apartment in Skokie, you will find several throughout the city. You can also use an apartment locator to track down condos, duplexes, and single-family homes for rent. About 23 percent of the households here are rentals. And, at any given time, about six percent of the households here are unoccupied. Keeping this in mind, you may want to consider a few tips for finding the perfect apartment for rent in Skokie.

Since this is a fairly expensive neighborhood, expect to pay at least one month's rent for the security deposit before you get an apartment. You will need good credit and a stable job to get into most of the properties here, too. It is possible to get a long-term lease, and most landlords are willing to negotiate the terms. Another positive note about this city is that it is not uncommon to have some utilities paid with apartment complexes here, either.

Moving to Skokie
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If you're looking for an apartment in Skokie, you will find several throughout the city. You can also use an apartment locator to track down condos, duplexes, and single-family homes for rent. About 23 percent of the households here are rentals. And, at any given time, about six percent of the households here are unoccupied. Keeping this in mind, you may want to consider a few tips for finding the perfect apartment for rent in Skokie.

Since this is a fairly expensive neighborhood, expect to pay at least one month's rent for the security deposit before you get an apartment. You will need good credit and a stable job to get into most of the properties here, too. It is possible to get a long-term lease, and most landlords are willing to negotiate the terms. Another positive note about this city is that it is not uncommon to have some utilities paid with apartment complexes here, either.

Neighborhoods in Skokie

If you are looking for an apartment for rent, Skokie has a range of options to offer. As a sizeable town, there is no doubt you will find the home for rent or other housing option you need in one of these neighborhoods.

Keller Avenue Area:Located in the middle of the city is the Keller Avenue area. It's home to Central Park (no, it really doesn't compare to the NYC version, but it does have a playground!) and St Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Gleiss Park is just to the west, and Shabonee Park is toward the north. A densely populated area, this region has mostly single-family homes. Finding a home to rent here is easier than finding an apartment to rent, but both options tend to be readily available. $$$

4 Winds Way: With Walker Elementary as the focal point of this community, it is very much a residential area. Mostly single-family homes are in this area, especially along Davis Street. It is the typeof neighborhood you can walk the dog through and feel comfortable knowing your neighbors. Only a few commercial establishments are located here, along N. McCormick and Crawford Avenue, and these are smaller restaurants and strip malls with banks and gas stations. $$$$

Church Street: In this neighborhood, you will find a range of options in single-family homes for rent, a few condos for rent, and even a high- rise apartment complex or two. Mostly a residential area, the Devonshire Park is in the center of this community. It is also home to St. Timothy's Lutheran Church. Route 41 is one of its borders, which provides access into the larger city area. $$$$

Hebrew Theological College: This region, aside from being the home to the Hebrew Theological College, is a densely populated area. You will find a few dorms here, and apartments for rent are common. It is home to Niles West High School and Riser Animal Hospital, too. This area also features a few strip malls with smaller locations for dining and shopping. Overall, it is less of a college town and more of a family-friendly suburban area. $$

Crawford and Oakton: Located in the heart of Skokie, this area is densely populated. Menominee Park and Walter J. Lauth Park are located in this region. Crawford Avenue runs north to south. This is where a few shops and restaurants are located. A few hi rise apartments, condos for rent, and single-family homes for rent are also located throughout this region. $$

Knowledge Systems Institute: Yes, this is what the neighborhood is called, and it might just be because that's one of the largest employers here. Almost half of this neighborhood is comprised of the Evanston Golf Club. So, if you want a place to work that's close to home and the golf course, check out the apartments to rent in this area. The Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park is also located here. The North Shore Channel forms the eastern border, too. $$$

Village Center: This area is the center of the city, with a few government buildings and shopping regions sprinkled around. However, it is also a heavily populated area. Winnebago Park is toward the north, and the Central United Methodist Church is located here. The Remred Business Class area is a shopping area in this community. Aside from this, most of the region is residential. Homes for rent tend to be moderately priced here, but they are moderately sized, too. $$

Howard Street: This region of Skokie offers apartments homes for rent. The Skokie Sports Park is the largest area here, while the Emily Oaks Nature Center is the perfect place to spend a few hours checking out the natural aspects. The Hamlin Park is yet another area for walking trails and playgrounds. The CTA Yellow Line has a transit center here, which provides access right into the heart of Chicago. $$$$

Gross Point Road: A few historic homes dominate this area. The lots are slightly larger, but you will find plenty of homes and duplexes for rent here. Old Orchard Jr High School and Memorial Park Cemetery are in this region. The Westmoreland Country Club is just to the north of this community, too. $$$$

Neighborhoods in Skokie
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If you are looking for an apartment for rent, Skokie has a range of options to offer. As a sizeable town, there is no doubt you will find the home for rent or other housing option you need in one of these neighborhoods.

Keller Avenue Area:Located in the middle of the city is the Keller Avenue area. It's home to Central Park (no, it really doesn't compare to the NYC version, but it does have a playground!) and St Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Gleiss Park is just to the west, and Shabonee Park is toward the north. A densely populated area, this region has mostly single-family homes. Finding a home to rent here is easier than finding an apartment to rent, but both options tend to be readily available. $$$

4 Winds Way: With Walker Elementary as the focal point of this community, it is very much a residential area. Mostly single-family homes are in this area, especially along Davis Street. It is the typeof neighborhood you can walk the dog through and feel comfortable knowing your neighbors. Only a few commercial establishments are located here, along N. McCormick and Crawford Avenue, and these are smaller restaurants and strip malls with banks and gas stations. $$$$

Church Street: In this neighborhood, you will find a range of options in single-family homes for rent, a few condos for rent, and even a high- rise apartment complex or two. Mostly a residential area, the Devonshire Park is in the center of this community. It is also home to St. Timothy's Lutheran Church. Route 41 is one of its borders, which provides access into the larger city area. $$$$

Hebrew Theological College: This region, aside from being the home to the Hebrew Theological College, is a densely populated area. You will find a few dorms here, and apartments for rent are common. It is home to Niles West High School and Riser Animal Hospital, too. This area also features a few strip malls with smaller locations for dining and shopping. Overall, it is less of a college town and more of a family-friendly suburban area. $$

Crawford and Oakton: Located in the heart of Skokie, this area is densely populated. Menominee Park and Walter J. Lauth Park are located in this region. Crawford Avenue runs north to south. This is where a few shops and restaurants are located. A few hi rise apartments, condos for rent, and single-family homes for rent are also located throughout this region. $$

Knowledge Systems Institute: Yes, this is what the neighborhood is called, and it might just be because that's one of the largest employers here. Almost half of this neighborhood is comprised of the Evanston Golf Club. So, if you want a place to work that's close to home and the golf course, check out the apartments to rent in this area. The Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park is also located here. The North Shore Channel forms the eastern border, too. $$$

Village Center: This area is the center of the city, with a few government buildings and shopping regions sprinkled around. However, it is also a heavily populated area. Winnebago Park is toward the north, and the Central United Methodist Church is located here. The Remred Business Class area is a shopping area in this community. Aside from this, most of the region is residential. Homes for rent tend to be moderately priced here, but they are moderately sized, too. $$

Howard Street: This region of Skokie offers apartments homes for rent. The Skokie Sports Park is the largest area here, while the Emily Oaks Nature Center is the perfect place to spend a few hours checking out the natural aspects. The Hamlin Park is yet another area for walking trails and playgrounds. The CTA Yellow Line has a transit center here, which provides access right into the heart of Chicago. $$$$

Gross Point Road: A few historic homes dominate this area. The lots are slightly larger, but you will find plenty of homes and duplexes for rent here. Old Orchard Jr High School and Memorial Park Cemetery are in this region. The Westmoreland Country Club is just to the north of this community, too. $$$$

Living in Skokie

This large suburban area offers a range of activities for people living here, but its biggest claim to fame is the ease with which individuals can get into Chicago. With a commute time of about 25 minutes, it is easy to get to and from work without missing the kid's soccer games. About 60 percent of the homes here have married couples, and about 33 percent of the households have children in them, too. Overall, the area is very family-oriented, providing a range of services that the family needs, including banks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

If you are looking for a place to call your own, Skokie has plenty of benefits to offer. It offers residents the ability to get into and out of work quickly, while also providing for most needs with local shops. If you move here, you'll feel like you are close enough to the Windy City, but the tree-lined streets of Skokie offer the perfect suburban area to come home to.

Living in Skokie
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This large suburban area offers a range of activities for people living here, but its biggest claim to fame is the ease with which individuals can get into Chicago. With a commute time of about 25 minutes, it is easy to get to and from work without missing the kid's soccer games. About 60 percent of the homes here have married couples, and about 33 percent of the households have children in them, too. Overall, the area is very family-oriented, providing a range of services that the family needs, including banks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

If you are looking for a place to call your own, Skokie has plenty of benefits to offer. It offers residents the ability to get into and out of work quickly, while also providing for most needs with local shops. If you move here, you'll feel like you are close enough to the Windy City, but the tree-lined streets of Skokie offer the perfect suburban area to come home to.

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Skokie
Skokie is the origin of two famous US Supreme Court cases, one of which addressed the right for a neo-Nazi group to assemble. Don't worry, though. Skokie has a great history of diversity and harmony.
Skokie is the origin of two famous US Supreme Court cases, one of which addressed the right for a neo-Nazi group to assemble. Don't worry, though. Skokie has a great history of diversity and harmony.

Skokie isn't technically a city. In fact, it calls itself "The World's Largest Village." But no matter what you want to call it, it's home to nearly 65,000 people. Since this is a suburb of Chicago, many of the people living here commute into the big city. The Skokie Park District is a main component here, which makes up about 240 acres of land. The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts and the Skokie Public Library are also large and well-known features in the town.

Moving to Skokie

If you're looking for an apartment in Skokie, you will find several throughout the city. You can also use an apartment locator to track down condos, duplexes, and single-family homes for rent. About 23 percent of the households here are rentals. And, at any given time, about six percent of the households here are unoccupied. Keeping this in mind, you may want to consider a few tips for finding the perfect apartment for rent in Skokie.

Since this is a fairly expensive neighborhood, expect to pay at least one month's rent for the security deposit before you get an apartment. You will need good credit and a stable job to get into most of the properties here, too. It is possible to get a long-term lease, and most landlords are willing to negotiate the terms. Another positive note about this city is that it is not uncommon to have some utilities paid with apartment complexes here, either.

Moving to Skokie
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If you're looking for an apartment in Skokie, you will find several throughout the city. You can also use an apartment locator to track down condos, duplexes, and single-family homes for rent. About 23 percent of the households here are rentals. And, at any given time, about six percent of the households here are unoccupied. Keeping this in mind, you may want to consider a few tips for finding the perfect apartment for rent in Skokie.

Since this is a fairly expensive neighborhood, expect to pay at least one month's rent for the security deposit before you get an apartment. You will need good credit and a stable job to get into most of the properties here, too. It is possible to get a long-term lease, and most landlords are willing to negotiate the terms. Another positive note about this city is that it is not uncommon to have some utilities paid with apartment complexes here, either.

Neighborhoods in Skokie

If you are looking for an apartment for rent, Skokie has a range of options to offer. As a sizeable town, there is no doubt you will find the home for rent or other housing option you need in one of these neighborhoods.

Keller Avenue Area:Located in the middle of the city is the Keller Avenue area. It's home to Central Park (no, it really doesn't compare to the NYC version, but it does have a playground!) and St Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Gleiss Park is just to the west, and Shabonee Park is toward the north. A densely populated area, this region has mostly single-family homes. Finding a home to rent here is easier than finding an apartment to rent, but both options tend to be readily available. $$$

4 Winds Way: With Walker Elementary as the focal point of this community, it is very much a residential area. Mostly single-family homes are in this area, especially along Davis Street. It is the typeof neighborhood you can walk the dog through and feel comfortable knowing your neighbors. Only a few commercial establishments are located here, along N. McCormick and Crawford Avenue, and these are smaller restaurants and strip malls with banks and gas stations. $$$$

Church Street: In this neighborhood, you will find a range of options in single-family homes for rent, a few condos for rent, and even a high- rise apartment complex or two. Mostly a residential area, the Devonshire Park is in the center of this community. It is also home to St. Timothy's Lutheran Church. Route 41 is one of its borders, which provides access into the larger city area. $$$$

Hebrew Theological College: This region, aside from being the home to the Hebrew Theological College, is a densely populated area. You will find a few dorms here, and apartments for rent are common. It is home to Niles West High School and Riser Animal Hospital, too. This area also features a few strip malls with smaller locations for dining and shopping. Overall, it is less of a college town and more of a family-friendly suburban area. $$

Crawford and Oakton: Located in the heart of Skokie, this area is densely populated. Menominee Park and Walter J. Lauth Park are located in this region. Crawford Avenue runs north to south. This is where a few shops and restaurants are located. A few hi rise apartments, condos for rent, and single-family homes for rent are also located throughout this region. $$

Knowledge Systems Institute: Yes, this is what the neighborhood is called, and it might just be because that's one of the largest employers here. Almost half of this neighborhood is comprised of the Evanston Golf Club. So, if you want a place to work that's close to home and the golf course, check out the apartments to rent in this area. The Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park is also located here. The North Shore Channel forms the eastern border, too. $$$

Village Center: This area is the center of the city, with a few government buildings and shopping regions sprinkled around. However, it is also a heavily populated area. Winnebago Park is toward the north, and the Central United Methodist Church is located here. The Remred Business Class area is a shopping area in this community. Aside from this, most of the region is residential. Homes for rent tend to be moderately priced here, but they are moderately sized, too. $$

Howard Street: This region of Skokie offers apartments homes for rent. The Skokie Sports Park is the largest area here, while the Emily Oaks Nature Center is the perfect place to spend a few hours checking out the natural aspects. The Hamlin Park is yet another area for walking trails and playgrounds. The CTA Yellow Line has a transit center here, which provides access right into the heart of Chicago. $$$$

Gross Point Road: A few historic homes dominate this area. The lots are slightly larger, but you will find plenty of homes and duplexes for rent here. Old Orchard Jr High School and Memorial Park Cemetery are in this region. The Westmoreland Country Club is just to the north of this community, too. $$$$

Neighborhoods in Skokie
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If you are looking for an apartment for rent, Skokie has a range of options to offer. As a sizeable town, there is no doubt you will find the home for rent or other housing option you need in one of these neighborhoods.

Keller Avenue Area:Located in the middle of the city is the Keller Avenue area. It's home to Central Park (no, it really doesn't compare to the NYC version, but it does have a playground!) and St Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Gleiss Park is just to the west, and Shabonee Park is toward the north. A densely populated area, this region has mostly single-family homes. Finding a home to rent here is easier than finding an apartment to rent, but both options tend to be readily available. $$$

4 Winds Way: With Walker Elementary as the focal point of this community, it is very much a residential area. Mostly single-family homes are in this area, especially along Davis Street. It is the typeof neighborhood you can walk the dog through and feel comfortable knowing your neighbors. Only a few commercial establishments are located here, along N. McCormick and Crawford Avenue, and these are smaller restaurants and strip malls with banks and gas stations. $$$$

Church Street: In this neighborhood, you will find a range of options in single-family homes for rent, a few condos for rent, and even a high- rise apartment complex or two. Mostly a residential area, the Devonshire Park is in the center of this community. It is also home to St. Timothy's Lutheran Church. Route 41 is one of its borders, which provides access into the larger city area. $$$$

Hebrew Theological College: This region, aside from being the home to the Hebrew Theological College, is a densely populated area. You will find a few dorms here, and apartments for rent are common. It is home to Niles West High School and Riser Animal Hospital, too. This area also features a few strip malls with smaller locations for dining and shopping. Overall, it is less of a college town and more of a family-friendly suburban area. $$

Crawford and Oakton: Located in the heart of Skokie, this area is densely populated. Menominee Park and Walter J. Lauth Park are located in this region. Crawford Avenue runs north to south. This is where a few shops and restaurants are located. A few hi rise apartments, condos for rent, and single-family homes for rent are also located throughout this region. $$

Knowledge Systems Institute: Yes, this is what the neighborhood is called, and it might just be because that's one of the largest employers here. Almost half of this neighborhood is comprised of the Evanston Golf Club. So, if you want a place to work that's close to home and the golf course, check out the apartments to rent in this area. The Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park is also located here. The North Shore Channel forms the eastern border, too. $$$

Village Center: This area is the center of the city, with a few government buildings and shopping regions sprinkled around. However, it is also a heavily populated area. Winnebago Park is toward the north, and the Central United Methodist Church is located here. The Remred Business Class area is a shopping area in this community. Aside from this, most of the region is residential. Homes for rent tend to be moderately priced here, but they are moderately sized, too. $$

Howard Street: This region of Skokie offers apartments homes for rent. The Skokie Sports Park is the largest area here, while the Emily Oaks Nature Center is the perfect place to spend a few hours checking out the natural aspects. The Hamlin Park is yet another area for walking trails and playgrounds. The CTA Yellow Line has a transit center here, which provides access right into the heart of Chicago. $$$$

Gross Point Road: A few historic homes dominate this area. The lots are slightly larger, but you will find plenty of homes and duplexes for rent here. Old Orchard Jr High School and Memorial Park Cemetery are in this region. The Westmoreland Country Club is just to the north of this community, too. $$$$

Living in Skokie

This large suburban area offers a range of activities for people living here, but its biggest claim to fame is the ease with which individuals can get into Chicago. With a commute time of about 25 minutes, it is easy to get to and from work without missing the kid's soccer games. About 60 percent of the homes here have married couples, and about 33 percent of the households have children in them, too. Overall, the area is very family-oriented, providing a range of services that the family needs, including banks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

If you are looking for a place to call your own, Skokie has plenty of benefits to offer. It offers residents the ability to get into and out of work quickly, while also providing for most needs with local shops. If you move here, you'll feel like you are close enough to the Windy City, but the tree-lined streets of Skokie offer the perfect suburban area to come home to.

Living in Skokie
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This large suburban area offers a range of activities for people living here, but its biggest claim to fame is the ease with which individuals can get into Chicago. With a commute time of about 25 minutes, it is easy to get to and from work without missing the kid's soccer games. About 60 percent of the homes here have married couples, and about 33 percent of the households have children in them, too. Overall, the area is very family-oriented, providing a range of services that the family needs, including banks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

If you are looking for a place to call your own, Skokie has plenty of benefits to offer. It offers residents the ability to get into and out of work quickly, while also providing for most needs with local shops. If you move here, you'll feel like you are close enough to the Windy City, but the tree-lined streets of Skokie offer the perfect suburban area to come home to.