building exterior of 1017-1023 East 46th Street Apartments

1017-1023 East 46th Apartments

1017-1023 E 46th St, Chicago, IL, 60653

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Leases Available: 12 months

Neighborhood Info: Hyde Park, Bronzeville

1017-1023 East 46th Street Apartments is located in Hyde Park.  Also known as Ellington Place Apartments, these Hyde Park apartments for rent combine new construction and the restoration of three adjacent buildings in Chicago’s dynamic North Kenwood community. Two of the buildings are vintage brick walk-ups with classic period details that were meticulously restored. The third building is a contemporary new structure that adjoins and complements the others, forming an intimate courtyard setting. The units, which were marketed as condominiums, sold quickly, becoming an integral anchor for the ongoing revival of the Hyde Park - Kenwood neighborhood.

Walk to the nearby Gwendolyn Brooks Park, Harold Washington Cultural Center, Kenwood Park, Blackstone Branch of the Chicago Public Library, Kennicott Park Burnham Nature Sanctuary, Morgan Point, and 49th Street Beach.  This neighborhood has many day-to-day conveniences such as Binny’s Beverage Depot, Walmart Neighborhood Market, Two Fish Crab Shack, Peach’s, and Norman’s Bistro.

Schools in the area include The Cambridge School of Chicago, Shakespeare School, King College Prep High School, Woodson Middle School, Price Elementary School, and Jackie Robinson Elementary School.

Public transportation is easy from 1017-1023 East 46th Street Apartments with the 47th street Green Line CTA train station about a 10 minute walk to the west.

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Apartment Features & Amenities

Balcony, Deck, or Patio
Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Hardwood Floors
Window Coverings

Building Features & Amenities

Secured Entry

Leasing Office Information


Located in Hyde Park

Neo-gothic structures and gorgeous Chicago parks.
Apartments for rent in Hyde Park offer varied and interesting architecture, from newly constructed modern high-rise apartments to ornate vintage apartment buildings from the late 19th century.
Pedestrians crossing 53rd Street and Blackstone Ave with United Church in the background in Hyde Park Chicago