Pullman, one of Chicago's 77 defined community areas, is a neighborhood located on the city's South Side. Twelve miles from the Chicago Loop, Pullman is situated adjacent to Lake Calumet.\nThe area known as Pullman encompasses a much wider area than its two historic areas. This article deals with all areas. The development built by the Pullman Company is bounded by 103rd Street on the North, 115th Street on the South, the railroad tracks on the East and Cottage Grove on the West.\nSince the late 20th century, the Pullman neighborhood has been gentrifying. Many residents are involved in the restoration of their own homes, and projects throughout the district as a whole. Walking tours of Pullman are available.\nPullman has many historic and architecturally significant buildings; among these are the Hotel Florence; the Arcade Building, which was destroyed in the 1920s; the Clock Tower and Factory, the complex surrounding Market Square, and Greenstone Church. In the adjacent Kensington neighborhood of the nearby Roseland district is the home of one Chicago's many beautiful Polish Cathedrals, the former church of St. Salomea. It is now used by Salem Baptist Church of Chicago.
|Bedrooms||Avg. Rent||Avg. Sqft.||Inventory|
|5 Bedroom||$1,650||1,566 ft2||1|
Data as of September 28, 2020