Even though it shares the lake and shoreline with Chicago (it's big sister), Evanston was a dry community for a long time. Nearly 40 years removed from the repeal of Prohibition, it took Evanston until 1972 to end its teetotaler ways (Chicago’s bootlegging bully Al Capone would be spinning in his grave).
Flash forward. Raise a glass to Evanston living, where the rental homes at Maple and Dempster blend comfort with convenience. A vintage courtyard building with studios on up to beautiful three bedroom apartments, you’ll be one block to the ‘L’ and minutes from shopping, dining and culture.
Back inside find great spaces with hardwood floors, roomy closets, kitchens with dishwasher and microwave, and comfy bathrooms. Plus there’s on-site laundry and a fitness center, and you’ll pay zero, zip, zilch for heat, water, and amenities such as Internet and DirecTV Family Package programm