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Perfect for students, 5300 S Drexel Avenue is within walking distance of campus. The sparkling and friendly neighborhood sees students living side by side with professors. On your off days, stop by the Museum of Science and Industry near the lakefront. Or visit the acclaimed Robie House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, considered a masterpiece of American design. Stop by Valois, a favorite of President Barack Obama, for an omelet and a cup of Joe, then enjoy a stroll along the lakefront or through Harold Washington Park.
At 5300 S Drexel Avenue, you’ll be at the heart of one of Chicago’s coolest neighborhoods. When studying makes you work up an appetite, you can take a falafel break at one of the many Middle Eastern restaurants like Nile Restaurant. For a special date night, hop over to A10 for fried calamari and lamb osso bucco.
Getting to class is easy as you’ll be living just a 10-minute walk from the University of Chicago. If you need to go further, the CTA bus system makes it easy to get to other parts of campus as well as the rest of Hyde Park. Meanwhile, the Metra trains will get you into the heart of Chicago in a snap. After a long day at class, sip a refreshing drink at one of the area’s many laid-back lounges around Lake Park Avenue. Large communal tables draw students to the popular Cove Lounge. Trivia buffs will love trivia night at the University of Chicago Pub.
Come home from college, drop your book bag in your bedroom and relax in your fully furnished apartment. Make new friends in the communal study area or tackle your laundry at the on-site laundry facility. When you have an assignment due, use the on-site business center to get some work and research done.
For a quiet night in, kick back in your cable-ready apartment with your favorite TV show and order take out from nearby Paco’s Tacos. If you decide to cook, you’ve got a dishwasher so you’ll never have to slave over dirty dishes. Grab some vinyl from Hyde Park Records and invite your friends over for an impromptu party or hang out in the courtyard when the weather warms up.