The Emerson Oak Park’s newest full-amenity apartment community, boasts Target on-site and a steps-to-everything location. If you haven’t visited Oak Park recently, you’re missing one of Chicagoland’s most vibrant, most attractive living environments.
The Emerson offers studio to 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartments in a mid-rise building and a 20-story tower that boasts views of the Chicago skyline.
Studios rent from $1,477 a month, 1-bedrooms from $1,936 and 2-bedroom, 2-baths from $2,734. Floor plans and near real-time rent and availability info are online. Ask about current rent incentives.
Join us in the video for a narrated walk through a 2-bedroom, 2-bath model in the high-rise part of The Emerson.
Apartments have plank flooring in living areas, upscale kitchen and bath finishes, individual heating and air-conditioning, and in-unit washer / dryers.
Join us in the videos for narrated tours of 1- and 2-bedroom, 2-bath model apartments.
The Emerson’s amenities include an expansive club room with a kitchen and dining area, a resort-style pool deck with grilling stations and a fire pit, and a fully-equipped fitness center with a separate group fitness area. The building has on-site parking and ground-level retail space anchored by a new Target.
The Emerson is located in a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly part of downtown Oak Park. The immediate neighborhood has an abundance of retail outlets, ranging from one-of-a-kind locally-owned boutiques to big-box national chain stores.
Whole Foods is a block west of The Emerson, in the River Forest Town Center, which is also home to a Walgreen’s Pharmacy, DSW, Loft, Noodles & Company, Starbucks, Boston Market, Panera Bread, Chico’s, Men’s Wearhouse, Petco, Ulta, Massage Envy, LensCrafters and more. Trader Joe’s is two blocks northwest. Target is slated to open at The Emerson in October.
Careful Peach, Filoni, Sugarcup and Two Story Farmhouse are just a few of the quirky, personality-laden boutiques near The Emerson.
Readers find a lot to like, and friendly tips on what they might like, at the “fiercely independent” Book Table, a half-block away.
There are more than 40 bars and restaurants within a short walk of The Emerson. Few neighborhoods anywhere match the density and variety you’ll find in downtown Oak Park, where a recent growth spurt appears poised to accelerate.
Recent openings include Q-BBQ and Nando’s Peri-Peri.
Go-to spots for breakfast near The Emerson include Cozy Corner and Delia’s Kitchen.
Pizza lovers can snack on their favorite food and keep up with their favorite sports team at Lou Malnati’s.
Munch is one of the local options where vegans and vegetarians find comfort food.
There’s no shortage of bars, including Beer Shop, Connolly’s, Lake Street Kitchen + Bar and Poor Phil’s.
The Lake Theatre is a few doors east of The Emerson.
The CTA Green Line and Metra stops are steps from The Emerson.
The leasing office for The Emerson is open daily. Call 708-998-4820 for an appointment.