This building boasts vintage style, an inviting courtyard, and elevators for a cherry on top. But quite possibly its most attractive feature is its enormous studio, one and two bedroom apartments with walk-in closets. Safety is also a high priority and the building is equipped with video surveillance and controlled access entry. 

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Getting time to head to the gym can be hard and maybe low on the list of priorities some days. But when you live steps from the Lakeshore trail, suddenly being active becomes easy. Get your friends together for a beach volleyball team, rent a divvy and check out the lakeshore trail. Who knows? Maybe you can ditch the gym membership after all…


Chicago is home to some of the best nightlife in the country – and Lincoln Park is at the center of it all. Walk over to Duffy’s, Compass Room, Yak-Zies, or Fion Wine Bar to experience just a few bars within walking distance. And after a night out, breakfast at Yolk is a must. 



Some people live in Chicago without ever taking full advantage of the actual park in Lincoln Park. The farmers market alone should be worth a walk into the park. The Zoo is completely free and one of the best in the country. The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum is not only a great museum year-round but also plays host to the Lincoln Park indoor farmers market in the winter months. 


I hope you’re hungry. Kuma’s Too, Sushi Para D, and mfk within steps of your apartment can make for a deliciously dangerous convenience. Also try out the new Snap Kitchen where you can buy fully cooked prepared (healthy) meals for the week and just pop them in the microwave. For those of us that weren’t blessed with a cooking gene.