"A Quieter Street Admist the Bustle"
Huron Street is a great street to live near. There are not too many houses on the main part of the street, as most places are commercial. This allows great access to stores, businesses, gas stations, schools, and restaurants. Most of the housing off of Huron is well-kept, cute, and affordable with friendly neighbors. My brother lived off of Huron St. in a quiet neighborhood between 92nd and 120th and really enjoyed it. (I cannot remember exactly where it was, but it was a very cute town home!) Additionally, there is a school that offered karate to kids after school, which we enjoyed immensely as children. My brother and I learned how to "properly" kick each other, much to my mother's dismay. There is more open space and safer neighborhoods off of Huron St. than many of the other nearby streets that receive moderate to heavy traffic. On the southern end you ave more of a hispanic community with strong ties and further north it is a looser community of various groups of people. Overall, it a great street to live near, from 88th and north of there, as I am unfamiliar with it south of 88th.