1440 E. 52nd Street Apartments

1440 E. 52nd Street Apartments

1440 E 52nd St, Chicago, IL, 60615

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly

Available Units

Bed/Bath/Sq. FtRentFloor plan link
1 bed/1 bath
571 - 611 sq. ft.
$1240 - $2112
Bed/BathRentSq. Ft.Floor plan link
1 bed/1 bath
$1240 - $2112571 - 611 sq. ft.Floor plan
* Pricing & availability is subject to change without notice

Neighborhood Info: Hyde Park, Kenwood

If you are looking to live in the heart of Hyde Park, then the 1440 E. 52nd Street apartments for rent are the place for you. These Hyde Park apartments are within walking distance of public transportation, local restaurants, fabulous parks, and Lake Michigan. Living at this courtyard building, you’ll be within steps of the local farmer's market and Harper Court. These apartments for rent feature hardwood floors, modern kitchen appliances, ceiling fans, large windows, and kitchen cabinets. The pet-friendly building also has bike storage and an on-site washer/dryer.

Heading north to downtown Chicago has never been easier, thanks to all the convenient public transportation surrounding these Hyde Park apartments. Bus stops and the Metra are just a short walk away from the front door of these apartments. Dining options are endless around these apartments. Virtue, Valios, Great Steak, and Nando’s PERi-PERi are just some beautiful places nearby. And if you are interested in getting some outdoor exercise, Harold Washington Park is just a short jog to the east. 

Don’t miss your chance to live in these great Hyde Park apartments. Call the leasing office today to schedule a tour!


Pet Policy

Cats OK, Dogs OK.

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Hardwood Floors

Building Features & Amenities

Bike Storage
Secured Entry

Leasing Office Information

MAC Properties

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