Hyde Park is on of the most convenient neighborhoods in Chicago.
Hyde Park’s boundaries are 51st Street/Hyde Park Boulevard north, the Midway Plaisance (between 59th and 60th streets)south, Washington Park on the west, and Lake Michigan on the east. A section to the north between 47th Street and 51st Street/Hyde Park Boulevard is also included as part of Hyde Park, although this area is actually the southern part of the Kenwood community area. The area encompassing Hyde Park and the southern part of Kenwood is sometimes referred to as Hyde Park-Kenwood.
Hyde Park has recently completed an urban renewal within the new Harper Court which boasts new restaurants such as Ja grill, Porkchop, Native foods and Eisenstein bagels and also there’s an LA Fitness there as well.
53’rd street, which was recently named Downtown Hyde Park has a plethora of restaurants, such as Nando’s, A10, Giordanos and Pizza Capri.
During the summer Hyde Park is home to to festivals such as the Hyde Park Brew Fest and the Annual Silver Room Block Party.
Public transportation is plentiful with five bus routes that’ll get you downtown in a matter of minutes!
Whole Foods as well as Treasure Island are the two main grocery stores Located in Hyde Park which will fulfill your grocery shopping needs.
Apartment hunters looking to relocate should really consider Hyde Park because it gives you the feeling of living downtown due to everything being conveniently in one place.
Write up credit: Jami Bridges