5524-5526 S. Everett Avenue Apartments

5524-5526 S. Everett Avenue Apartments

5524 S Everett Ave, Chicago, IL, 60637

At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-unit Laundry

Available Units

  • 3 Bedroom Bed
  • Bed/Bath Rent Sq. Ft.
    3 bed / 2 bath $3,150 - $4,712 1,567 sq. ft. Floor plan
    Bed/Bath/Sq. Ft. Rent
    3 bed / 2 bath
    1,567 sq. ft.
    $3,150 - $4,712
    * Pricing & availability is subject to change without notice
    Total Units:
    Move-in Fee:
    Leases Available:
    12 months
    12+ months

    Neighborhood Info:
    Hyde Park

    The 5524-5526 S. Everett Avenue apartments are a welcoming community in Hyde Park. The updated apartments feature hardwood floors, modern kitchens with lovely cabinets, dishwashers, microwaves, overhead lighting, central air conditioning, and in-unit washers and dryers. These Hyde Park apartments for rent are also pet friendly and provide additional bike storage for those who like to ride around town.

    The 5524-5526 S. Everett apartments are located near Lake Michigan, with great restaurants and public transportation. The S Hyde Park & 55th Street bus stop is the closest public transportation to these apartments. Ride three different bus routes at this stop. Love the Museum of Science and Industry? The magnificent museum is just a few blocks south. Additionally, there’s an abundance of excellent Hyde Park restaurants nearby. 

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    Pet Policy

    Cats OK , Dogs OK

    Apartment Features & Amenities

    Balcony, Deck, or Patio
    Central Air Conditioning
    Granite / Quartz Countertops
    Hardwood Floors
    Washer/Dryer: In-Unit

    Building Features & Amenities

    Bike Storage
    Secured Entry

    Leasing Office Information

    5524-5526 S. Everett 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.