ID #: 304780
Property Type: Apartment
Free Parking: Easy Street No
Large Ukrainian Village 2 Bedroom with Washer/Dryer In-Unit! This apartment features a newly updated kitchen with a floating island and new cabinets. A new bathroom with all new fixtures. Both bedrooms are a good size, One can fit a queen sized bed, the other a king sized bed. Lots of common are space with a dinning room, living room and sun room. Central heat and air.
*Pets OK with $200 fee*
*First Months Rent Required*
*One Month Deposit due at Lease Signing*
*Good Credit and Income Required*
A charming, booming neighborhood dominated by hip, lively corridors of shopping, dining and nightlife, alongside quaint residential stretches of vintage walk-ups, remodeled three flats, rehabbed condos and single family homes.
Perfect for those who...
Want to live and play in a popular, fun-loving neighborhood, more lively than West Loop, and less crowded than Wicker Park.
What it is like to live in West Town:
Chicago and Grand Avenues buzz with life, block after block of patio brunch spots, upscale diners, tapas lounges, contemporary kitchens, artisan coffee houses, gelato cafes, art galleries, record shops, independent theaters, vintage resale shops, boutique clothing and stylish salons. Those same stretches light up with nightlife as packed nightclubs, chic dives, beer gardens, and cocktail bars come alive.
Attractions , Landmarks and Things to Do
The Polish Museum of America on Milwaukee Avenue has galleries of Polish art, historical objects, archives and a 100,000 volume library in Polish and English. To the West, the Ukrainian national Museum houses a collection of 1,140 artifacts including art and folk instruments as well as a 20,000 volume library and a substantive archive. The Empty Bottle
West Town is serviced by CTA Blue line stations at its East end, with a Metra light rail station in the western end. There is also easy access to I-90/94, which marks the eastern border of the neighborhood.
Close by to
The neighborhood blends right into Wicker Park to the North.
The Randolph corridor to the South in the West Loop is home to some of the city's finest restaurants.
River West's stretch of High Rises and nightlife options lie just across the highway to the East.
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