The median price for a home in Rush & Division East is $1,063.816, making it more expensive than 98% of the neighborhoods across Illinois and 94% of the U.S neighborhood.
The cost of renting a home in this neighborhood is higher than 95.3% of the areas within Illinois, with an average rental price currently at $2,697.
Rush & Division East, located in Chicago, IL, has a mix of apartment complexes and single-family homes. The area is primarily made up of small to medium-sized apartments, with most residential properties occupied by both owners and renters from the surrounding neighborhoods.
The Rush & Division East neighborhood is a great place for those looking to live in an established building with many modern amenities. Many homes were built between 1970-and 1999, but there’s also some newer construction going on too.
The current real estate vacancy rate in this neighborhood is 22.3%. That’s higher than the average for all U.S. Vacancy rates in this area are very high. If you live here, then it’s possible that many buildings near your home will be empty.
The Rush & Division East neighborhood is a place where children can grow up safe and happy. It has some of the lowest rates of child poverty in America.
With such a high proportion of college-educated adults, the Rush & Division East neighborhood has some unique characteristics that set it apart from other neighborhoods in America. For one thing, around 85% have received at least an undergraduate degree – compared with only 32 percent on average for all locations across our country.
The Rush & Division East neighborhood has a greater concentration of residents who live alone than most all neighborhoods in America. With 59% percent of households here made up of people living alone.
The Rush & Division East neighborhood is unique because it’s mostly made up of large apartment buildings, such as high-rise apartments or complexes. 98% percent here are classified as residential real estate. This puts this community on the map as having a higher proportion of large apartment buildings than 99% percent of all neighborhoods in America.
What you’ll find when you visit this neighborhood is that it is one of the most crowded neighborhoods in all of America. With 71,072 people per square mile, it’s more densely populated than 99% of U.S neighborhoods. Furthermore, the Rush & Division East neighborhood is home to some very interesting people who love living in such an area with high proportions of one or two-bedroom real estate.
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