5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave Apartments

5457-5459 S. Blackstone Avenue Apartments

5457 S Blackstone Ave, Chicago, IL, 60615

At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
Leases Available:
Short Term
12 months
12+ months

Neighborhood Info:
Hyde Park

Situated directly behind Trader Joe's, 5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave Apartments are the dream for any hardworking Chicagoan looking for a convenient place to live. With all of Hyde Park at your doorstep, 5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave. is located near Nichols Park, which includes small walking trails, gardens, and a gym. These apartments are also close to all convenience shopping. Target is within a ten-minute walk, as are CVS, Walgreens, the Hyde Park Produce Market, and Whole Foods. With easy access to the rest of Chicago, these apartments are located between two Red Line L Stops—51st/53rd Street and 55th/56th/57th Street. Hyde Park's most popular restaurants, such as Medici on 57th, Salonica, and Cove Lounge, are also within a ten-minute walk. If you need even more to do, the Museum of Science and Industry is about fifteen minutes away. The best of Chicago is right on your doorstep at the 5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave. apartments. Indoor amenities include beautiful hardwood flooring and walk-in showers. Bike storage and a laundry center are also available for your convenience. We want the whole family to feel comfortable, so bring your pets along. 5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave. is a pet-friendly place. 

Whether you're new to Chicago or a lifetime resident, 5457-5459 S. Blackstone Ave Apartments are sure to feel like home. Call to schedule a visit today!



Pet Policy

Cats OK , Dogs OK

Apartment Features & Amenities

Hardwood Floors
Washer/Dryer: On-Site

Building Features & Amenities

Bike Storage
On-site Maintenance
Secured Entry

Leasing Office Information

5457-5459 S. Blackstone Avenue

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.