2300 N Clark Apartments for Rent

2300 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, 60614

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Air Conditioning
Total Units: 34
Move-in Fee: $350-$650
Application Fee: $50
Leases Available: Short Term, 12 months, 12+ months

Neighborhood Info: Lincoln Park

2300 N Clark Apartments is located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago.

Newly renovated 2300 N Clark 2300 N Clark Apartmentsis is just steps from the best Lincoln Park attractions! This vintage walk-up is a Lincoln Park gem that is also updated with brand new appliances, refinished flooring, upgraded bathrooms and more! The building offers on-site laundry and additional storage. You also have access to tons of retail options up and down Clark Street!

Policies

Pet Policy

Cats OK, Dogs OK.

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Central Air Conditioning
Central Heat
Hardwood Floors
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Granite / Quartz Countertops
Fireplace

Building Features & Amenities

Grill Area
Secured Entry
Storage Space

Leasing Office Information

Local by Laramar

Office Hours

Sun.By appointment
Mon.9am - 6pm
Tue.9am - 6pm
Wed.9am - 6pm
Thu.9am - 6pm
Fri.9am - 6pm
Sat.By appointment

Located in Lincoln Park

Posh urban living and vibrant culture.
Lincoln Park is awash in studio apartments, convertibles, and you can find 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments for rent in refurbished brownstones, lofts, condos, single family homes and newer high-rise apartment towers.
Dog walker at Lincoln Park Zoo lagoon in Lincoln Park
Dog walker at Lincoln Park Zoo lagoon in Lincoln Park

Neighborhood Vibe

Apartments in Lincoln Park Chicago are filled with students and young professionals, unsurprising given the presence of DePaul University, but there's also an abundance of families with children and empty-nesters who call Lincoln Park home.

Heart of the Neighborhood

Lincoln Park apartments are typically found in between two landmarks in the neighborhood: the 1,200 acres of green space along the lakefront (the actual Lincoln Park) or the ‘L’ stops at Fullerton/Seminary or Armitage.

What We Love Most

Lincoln Park Zoo is the oldest public zoo in America, and the park that got its name from Abraham Lincoln is a massive playground for Chicagoans to walk, jog, ride bikes, rent kayaks, swim, sunbathe, race boats and enjoy picnics.

Best Way to Get Around

Buses cover most of the territory, and the ‘L’ Red, Brown and Purple lines are accessible via the Fullerton and Armitage stations.