2852 W Shakespeare Apartments for Rent

2852-54 W Shakespeare Ave, Chicago, IL, 60647

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-unit Laundry

Available Units

No available units.
Total Units: 6
Move-in Fee: $350
Application Fee: $50
Leases Available: 12 months

Neighborhood Info: Logan Square

2852 W Shakespeare is located in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago.

Beautifully fully renovated 6 flat brick building just 1.5 blocks (0.2 miles) from the California blue line stop and Palmer Square! 

This building is a 2018 gut rehab, including 

-open concept kitchen/living room
-in-unit washer and dryer
-wide plank oak floors
-Quartz countertops
-Brand new stainless steel appliances
-42" shaker cabinets w/crown molding
-giant master bedroom
-private porch space
-large, open yard
-parking available
The location is ideal as the building is within a couple block walk to the California blue line stop, Parson's, Revolution Brewery, Boiler Room Pizza, Tastee Freeze and all the rest of the great spots in South East Logan Square. Half a mile to the 606!
$350 Move-In Fee
$300 Pet Fee
$50 Application fee

** Photos may not be for exact unit and show in-process during completion of construction

Viewings available Wednesdays and Sundays by appointment
Yard will be professionally landscaped and will feature a shared patio furniture and a picnic table.

Policies

Pet Policy

Dogs OK, Cats OK.

Parking

Yes. Garage parking available $200/spot

Apartment Features & Amenities

Balcony, Deck, or Patio
Washer/Dryer: In-Unit
Central Air Conditioning
Central Heat
Hardwood Floors
Walk-in Closets
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Granite / Quartz Countertops

Leasing Office Information

2852 W Shakespeare LLC

Office Hours

Mon.9AM- 9PM
Tue.9AM- 9PM
Wed.9AM- 9PM
Thu.9AM- 9PM
Fri.9AM- 9PM
Sat.8AM- 5PM

Located in Logan Square

Boulevards guide you to the best eateries & watering holes.
Logan Square apartments come in a wide range of styles and sizes, from historic mansions to classic Chicago two flats. There are some luxury apartments and condos recently on the scene in Logan Square for renters who want to spring for more comfort and amenities.
Logan Theatre sign marquee on North Milwaukee Avenue in Logan Square
Logan Theatre sign marquee on North Milwaukee Avenue in Logan Square

Neighborhood Vibe

Logan Square is a Chicago neighborhood that has undergone a renaissance of sorts over the past decade, transforming from a working-class enclave to a hotbed for artists, chefs and other bohemian types. Classic greystones are easily spotted on the green edges of the boulevards, along with stately mansions and vintage courtyard apartment buildings. Single family homes are found in abundance on Logan Square’s quiet streets, giving the community a homely feel that can easily be observed while strolling to get a cup of coffee or pick up fresh produce at the weekend farmer’s market on the square.

Heart of the Neighborhood

Palmer Square is a favorite among locals. This seven-acre green space was envisioned back in the 1870s as part of the city’s boulevard system and still serves as a popular congregating space for residents today. 

What We Love Most

While it’s not the only neighborhood in Chicago built around the Park Boulevard System, Logan Square’s namesake park has a quirky feature that you won’t find in other Chicago communities.  The Comfort Station appears to be a humble Tudor-style cottage from the outside. But the small building at the northwest intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Boulevard has survived decades of disuse and neglect, was saved from the wrecking ball more than a few times, and today it’s a gathering space and non-profit organization that serves the community of Logan Square. It has come a long way since its original design as a warming house built by the West Chicago Parks Commission, a predecessor to the current Chicago Park District. Today, residents can gather in a space that’s restored to match its original 1920s appearance but with an expanded mission for modern times. The Comfort Station regularly hosts art exhibitions, workshops, lectures and film showings for the community.

Best Way to Get Around

The CTA Blue line has service to downtown and O’Hare, making Logan Square an ideal place to rent for folks who like the value of living a bit further outside of downtown while still being able to travel at a moment’s notice. The Kedzie Ave and Fullerton Ave buses are convenient for most short trips and of course there are many bike-friendly streets as well as the 606 trail at the neighborhood’s south edge.