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Published on Sep 26, 2011

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This loft style apartment is updated & renovated. It is a 5 room "mini-loft" (Entire apartment is approximately 1,000 square feet) with private indoor staircase that leads to glass French doors on the top floor of this 3 story classic brick building. There is track lighting which illuminates the exposed brick on the first wall that you see when your friends come into your new apartment.

A neon lamp is included with the apartment and there is an oak hardwood floor in the main living area, all new bathroom w/shower, duel radiant heaters (2 independent systems), stove & fridge, all new thermal pane windows with a bay window and all new kitchen cabinets & counter.

There is new tile in the kitchen and bathroom. You can step out on your new back porch and see some of the loop downtown. The parking is very easy in this friendly McKinley Park residential neighborhood. There are 3 cozy bedrooms, (the largest bedroom measures 12 x 8).




The bus stops right in front of the building that takes you downtown in just a few minutes. The CTA Orange line is just a couple of blocks away and you can walk to River Side & Rivers Edge malls w/24 hour Dominick's. The entrance to the Stevenson is only 2 blocks away at the Damen or Ashland exit. There are vertical blinds in the main living area, a big back yard, private porch and more.

Cat friendly bldg. Apartment is perfect for a working couple or students because it is close to everything and it is convenient to Columbia College, IIT, College of Optometry, UIC, Art Institute and others on the Archer bus and Orange Line. Close to China Town, Bridgeport, and more.




The Chicago neighborhood of McKinley Park is home to many families and has a large residential area, populated primarily by flats, some newer townhouses, but also showcasing the occasional century-old home. Community pride has kept even the oldest properties in good condition and pleasing to the eye. Considered by some to be a well kept secret with a great deal of development potential, property values continue to be very reasonable based on location and the individual property.

McKinley Park hinges around its 69-acre namesake, which features, among other things, a swimming pool and an outdoor ice-skating rink in the winter months. The park is also the site of many city-sponsored events throughout the year. Over the years the park has undergone a multimillion dollar renovation, including a lovely lagoon.

The majority of shops in the neighborhood sit along 35th street or Archer, as well as the Riverside Square shopping center at Ashland and Archer.

McKinley Park's residents can trace their roots to all quarters of the globe, and there are several food-based street festivals each year to celebrate this diversity and to bring the different ethnicities together through fun, food and music.

McKinley Park is located between Western and Ashland Avenues on Chicago's southwest side. The CTA's orange line runs through with stops at Ashland and 35th and I-55 runs through its northern edge.

Home to the Chicago White sox and U.S. Cellular Field (formerly Comiskey Park ), old churches, and some of the most beautiful architecture in Chicago , the Chicago neighborhood of Bridgeport is an older, family-oriented spot with historic roots. Chicago's former mayor Richard J. Daley made it his home throughout his life.
Once known as Hardscrabble, then Cabbage Patch, Bridgeport got its name because it was near a bridge on the Chicago River that was too low to allow boats to pass under it, so cargo had to be unloaded there. One of the founding neighborhoods of Chicago and once a center of industry, Bridgeport is now mainly residential and retains the feel of a real Chicago neighborhood.
A neighborhood rich with generations of history, Bridgeport is enjoying a degree of modernization as former residents who left the neighborhood looking for more trendy locations are moving back to where they came from, bringing their newly-acquired modern tastes, aesthetics and families with them.
The many taverns and restaurants along Halsted accommodate the multitudes who travel here to see the White Sox ( 333 W. 35th St .). Check out some of Bridgeport's sites: Morrie O'Malley's ( 3501 S. Union Street ); Healthy Food Lithuanian ( 3236 S. Halsted Street ); Ricobene's ( 252 W 26th Street).
The El stops at Sox/35th Street .

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