836-42 E 53rd Apartments for Rent

836-42 E 53rd St, Chicago, IL, 60615

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Utilities Included

Available Units

No available units.
Total Units: 22
Move-in Fee: $400
Application Fee: $50
Leases Available: 12 months

Neighborhood Info: Hyde Park

836-42 E 53rd St is located in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood.

This is a wonderfully rehabed property with tons of upgrades in beautiful Hyde Park.

This property is close to everything including the University of Chicago; 1/2 mile to campus and 2 blocks from shuttle.

Policies

Pet Policy

Dogs OK.

Utilities Included

Heat, Internet

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Hardwood Floors
Window Coverings
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Granite / Quartz Countertops

Building Features & Amenities

Bike Storage

Leasing Office Information

Rockwell Partners

Located in Hyde Park

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

Neighborhood Vibe

The residential streets are charming, lined with trees and feature stately single-family homes, three-flats, and low-rise condominium and apartment buildings. Many of the older homes have been converted into classic Hyde Park apartments for rent for the student population, which swells every September.

Heart of the Neighborhood

Apartments in Hyde Park are close to the Museum of Science and Industry and Jackson Park, both historic sites related to the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893. The University of Chicago’s gothic campus and the Midway are landmarks that apartment renters in Hyde Park should know as well. 

Best Way to Get Around

Apartments in Hyde Park are close to Lake Shore Drive or renters who want to take public transit can hop on the CTA Green line or Metra ME/SSL to get around town. 

What We Love Most

There are so many treasures to be discovered in Hyde Park, enough for it to be called a city in its own right. But if we had to choose one, it would be the imposing Fountain of Time by Illinois sculptor Lorado Taft. The seminal outdoor artwork is at the western terminus of Hyde Park’s famous Midway Plaisance, and it makes for a monumental start or end point to a journey along the neighborhood’s most iconic parkway.