Ravenswood is a neighborhood within the Lincoln Square community area in Chicago. It is bound by Montrose Ave on the South, Lawrence Ave on the North, Clark St on the East, and Damen Ave on the West. Within this area are many historic single-family homes, tree-line streets, and the Metra train corridor. This corridor has been nicknamed “Malt Row” for the breweries and distilleries that have popped up in the last decade including the Michelin-star rated Band of Bohemia, Begyle, Dovetail, Empirical, Koval Distillery, and Spiteful. Ravenswood is also very focused in the arts, with an annual Art Crawl featuring galleries and makers studios and puts a focus on the Lillstreet Art Center which offers educational programs for children and adults. Ravenswood is a unique Chicago neighborhood with active communities and close access to transportation both within the city and into the surrounding suburbs.
The Henry, located at the corner of Montrose Ave and Honore St, features brand-new one- and two-bedroom apartments. Just steps away from the Montrose Brown Line CTA stop, this building is the perfect location for a commuter. Situated in the Ravenswood neighborhood, there are plenty of bars, restaurants, shops, and entertainment located within a mile radius of the building.
Outside of their apartment, residents can unwind on a rooftop lounge with built-in grills, stow their bike away safely, enjoy in-unit laundry and a dishwasher, as well as access to amenities across the FLATS® buildings.