1BR Dining Area

The Covington Apartments for Rent

4600 N Clarendon Ave, Chicago, IL, 60640

Here's the deal

1 month free. On a 12 month lease starting 11/15 or sooner.

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Air Conditioning

Available Units

Bed/Bath/Sq. FtRentFloor plan link
1 bed/1 bath
Convertible
550 sq. ft.
$1150 - $1350
1 bed/1 bath
750 sq. ft.
$1250 - $1550
2 bed/1 bath
1150 sq. ft.
$1650 - $1950
Studio/1 bath
375 - 500 sq. ft.
$1150 - $1350
Bed/BathRentSq. Ft.Floor plan link
1 bed/1 bath
Convertible
$1150 - $1350550 sq. ft.Floor plan
1 bed/1 bath
$1250 - $1550750 sq. ft.Floor plan
2 bed/1 bath
$1650 - $19501150 sq. ft.Floor plan
Studio/1 bath
$1150 - $1350375 - 500 sq. ft.Floor plan
* Pricing & availability is subject to change without notice
Total Units: 165
Move-in Fee: $250
Application Fee: $50
Security Deposit: $0
Leases Available: 12 months, 12+ months

Neighborhood Info: Uptown

The Covington Apartments combine beachfront and city living in one convenient set of apartments for rent. The apartments at at 4600 N Clarendon Ave, part of Uptown are fully rehabbed. This high rise was built for simplicity and modernity in mind. Choose from four different floorplans, each of which offer 42 inch maple cabinets, stainless steel or white appliances, granite or quartz countertops, large closets, wall to wall windows to let in natural light and offer beautiful views from your living room and hardwood flooring. Other amenities include on site maintenance and management, a new fitness room and bike storage room, and a rooftop with beautiful views of Chicago. The Covington Apartments at 4600 N Clarendon Ave are one block away from Lake Michigan, Montrose Beach, the Montrose Beach Lakefront Track, the Lincoln Park Wilson Skate Park, and more. Walk 10 or so minutes to get to public transportation, or just drive down Lake Shore Drive. The Covington Apartments for rent at 4600 N Clarendon are available for rent.
 

 

Policies

Pet Policy

Cats OK, Dogs OK.

Parking

Yes. Limited reserved parking on surface lot, $150 per month

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Air Conditioning: Window Unit
Hardwood Floors
Walk-in Closets
Window Coverings
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Granite / Quartz Countertops

Building Features & Amenities

Bike Storage
Concierge
Door Staff
Elevator
Fitness Center
Lounge
On-site Maintenance
On-site Management
Secured Entry
Storage Space
Sundeck

Leasing Office Information

Horizon Realty

Office Hours

Sun.closed
Mon.9am-5pm
Tue.9am-5pm
Wed.9am-5pm
Thu.9am-5pm
Fri.9am-5pm
Sat.9am-1pm

Located in Uptown

Jazz era legacies, grand concert halls mingle.
Apartments for rent in Uptown are often vintage but there's been a renewed spate of building going on in this Far North Side community that offers good access to Lake Michigan.
The Dock restaurant cafe with outdoor seating patio at Lake Michigan beach in Uptown
The Dock restaurant cafe with outdoor seating patio at Lake Michigan beach in Uptown

Neighborhood Vibe

Uptown Chicago apartments can usually be found in high-rise apartment buildings along Lake Michigan, but there’s also a strong selection of the classic Chicago vintage courtyard rental buildings, four-plus-ones and greystones in Uptown. 

Heart of the Neighborhood

Uptown Chicago apartments are typically within range of Broadway, the major north-south thoroughfare where most Uptown apartment renters go out for a bite to eat or to catch a show. The iconic marquees of the Uptown Theater and Aragon Ballroom are a familiar sight for CTA riders on the northern stretch of the ‘L’ Red line.

What We Love Most

The Argyle station on the north stretch of the ‘L’ Red line has been dubbed “Asia on Argyle” due largely to the number of Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants in walking distance. Stop into one of the grocery stores that caters to this array of eateries to pick up authentic flavors and ingredients from southeast Asia.

Best Way to Get Around

The CTA bus operates the no. 36 bus on Broadway with service to downtown Chicago, but the ‘L’ Red line is the best bet for north-south transit. Cyclists can easily hop onto the Lakefront Trail to zoom down the shores of Lake Michigan.
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