Living in Hyde Park: Housing
Hyde Park escaped the devastation of the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, so the neighborhood boasts some of the oldest houses in the city. Of course, there’s plenty of brand-new building going on, too, and a special focus on luxe condo conversions.
Housing options in Hyde Park range from large single-family homes to townhouses, high-rise condominiums, three- and four-story walk-up co-ops, and rental apartments. Montgomery Place offers seniors a continuing-care retirement community.
An array of real estate agents and apartment rental services are available to help you find your dream home. Browse the real estate & housing category in our business directory for more information.
See the spooky side of Chicago with this deal for a two-hour haunted walking tour of Hyde Park from A Taste of Hyde Park. Discover Clarence Darrow's ghost at the Museum of Science and Industry and receive a ghoulish treat from one of Hyde Park's sweetest shops.
- $11 ($22 value) for one admission to a two-hour haunted tour and food tasting in Hyde Park Click here to purchase tickets Online!
- Learn about ghosts, Gothic architecture, and the city's dark history
- Sample food from designated restaurants and cafés on the tour route
- Tour perfect for adults and children
To purchase tickets go to our website www.hpnclub.org, call us at 773.643.4062 or simply stop by at HPNC!
HPCC Dinner Crawl Bites
Clockwise: Hyde Park Produce serves up some awesome Sauerkraft Dogs, Jimmy Hendricks of Hyde Park Radio interviews Yusho chef, HPCC Executive Director Wallace Goode with the volunteer staff for the Dinner Crawl, Murray School educators swarm the Crawl, Photo credits Spencer Bibb
Thanks to all of the restaurants that provided wonderful samplings for the Second HPCC Dinner Crawl!
Cafe 53, Cedars Mediterranean Kitchen, Hyde Park Produce Market, Kimbark Beverage Shoppe, The Sit Down Cafe, Shinju Sushi, Yusho and ZBerry.