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Located 35 miles south of downtown Chicago and 10 miles west of Gary, below the I-94/I-80 interchange, Griffith offers its residents a welcome small town respite from the busy Chicagoland vibe. The town's make-up is culturally diverse, with the majority of homes being mid-50s to 60s plat-style ranches, bungalows and colonials. Furthermore, the community features parks and quiet streets.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Gladstone, OR is $925 for a studio, $1,132 for one bedroom, $1,216 for two bedrooms, and $1,631 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Gladstone has increased by 7.1% in the past year.

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Studio
354
$925
1 BR
721
$1,132
2 BR
905
$1,216
3 BR
1,259
$1,631
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Avg Rent

Ratings

54 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
37 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

While small and quiet, Griffith has its fair share of local eateries that residents flock to, covering everything from Chinese and Italian cuisine to Mexican and American fare. Most of the eateries are located on or near Broad Street and Main Street, the main through streets.

Get your quick kickstart before you morning commute with a cup of java from Grindhouse Cafe. Locals love the large variety of roasts, and you can even order a relaxing chai tea on your way home. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., the cafe features a daily menu board with must-try sandwiches.

Enjoy a thick slice of traditional Chicago-style pizza at Aurelios Pizza. Featuring a dining room that brings back memories of traditional Italian pizzerias, this family restaurant has been serving up hot pies since 1959. Choose to dine in, or pick up a couple of pizzas for a quick weeknight dinner.

Mix dinner out with a fun night spent with friends and neighbors at Bridges' Scoreboard Restaurant and Bar . The neighborhood hot spot for sports fans, Bridges features 28 HDTVs so that you can catch the latest Bears or Colts kick-off. The menu features everything from appetizers and sandwiches to full meals, and you can wash it all down with Budweiser or indulge in a craft brew. Weekend nights here often feature live bands for your enjoyment.

Not known for its nightlife, Griffith does offer a few small bars and clubs to while away an evening. Grab a few friends, and head out to Set 'Em Up Lanes on N. Broad Street. Order up a round of margaritas, and bowl a few games of the Midwest's favorite pastime.

History

Griffith, Indiana began as one of the busiest railroad crossings in the country at the end of the 19th century, with original farmers making way for residents flocking to the stable railroad industry, Gary's steel factories and the many industrial opportunities located in Chicago. Over the years, Griffith slowly grew, maintaining steady growth even during the Great Depression, and becoming a haven for those who worked in the surrounding cities of Gary and Chicago.

Head to the city's Griffith Historical Park and Museum, located on South Broad Street, to immerse yourself in the neighborhood's interesting railroad history. Additionally, visit Central Park to take in the impressive profile of an actual WWII tank, which has sat guard over the War Memorial since 1958.

Transportation

The majority of Griffith residents use personal vehicles to get around town, although Gary Public Transit Authority bus lines do serve the area, and the South Shore Line of the NICTD picks up in neighboring East Chicago. You won't find typical taxi service in this small community, although you can schedule a pickup, and Uber offers service in the area as well. Extremely walkable, the neighborhood does not feature designated biking lanes, but plenty of parks offer trails and sidewalks abound.

Cost

The cost of living in Griffith sits 13.5 percent higher than the Indiana average but lower than both Chicago and the national average. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Griffith costs approximately $625, while gas will cost you 8.6 percent more than the national average.

Grab a beer at a local dive bar for an incredibly low $2, or enjoy a craft brew for a bit more at $5. Public transportation will set you back $1.60 for local trips and $2.25 for regional travel, with discounts offered for seniors and students. Children under 4 ride free.

Shopping

Get all of your shopping needs met in under a 10-minute drive. Head over to Clackamas Town Center in the neighboring town Clackamas. The mall offers dozens of shopping options, including department stores JCPenney, Macy's, Nordstrom Rack and Sears. Put a smile on your child's face at Build-a-Bear or Disney Store, browse best-sellers at Barnes and Noble and even catch a movie at Century Theater. Head five minutes south to Oregon City to shop at consignment boutique Refinery. Buy a new blouse, and then stop in You Can Leave Your Hat On for some accessories to go with it. This fun shop offers a large selection of designer hats from vintage to modern and serves delectable local-made chocolates. Upscale Consignment offers the area's biggest selection of furniture, jewelry and home decor. Stop here for "like-new" quality pieces at half the cost of retail. Grocery shop right in town at Safeway on 82nd Drive. For optimum convenience, this location also offers online grocery delivery straight to your door.

Parks

The neighborhood offers six parks for relaxation and recreation, with all of them free to enter. Central Park reigns popular among locals and houses the War Memorial and historic tank. Rent the pavilion for your next celebration, and don't forget to browse the annual Fall Harvest Craft Festival put on by the local Boy Scouts.

Take your tiniest toddlers to the aptly named Tot Park so that they can play like the big kids on playground equipment designed just for them. Bigger kids frequent the basketball court there.

While Griffith doesn't have its own dog park, nearby Highland offers Wicker Memorial Dog Park for your furry friends to enjoy. Fenced areas are made for raucous off-leash play.

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