$1,800 /MO

1 bedroom Condo, Pilsen

1601 S Halsted St #306, Chicago, IL, 60608

1 Bed
1 Bath

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At a Glance

  • Parking Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-unit Laundry
Square Footage: 957 sq. ft.
Date Available: 2/1/19
Lease Term: 12 months, 12+ months
Move-in Fee: $500

Neighborhood Info: Pilsen, University Village

What you Should Know

Unique Features

-Highly Updated -Great View -Balcony -Parking

Policies

Parking

Yes. Exterior Spot. Covered. Gated Lot. $100.00 per month

Apartment Features & Amenities

The Unit

Balcony, Deck, or Patio
Washer/Dryer: In-Unit
Central Air Conditioning
Central Heat
Hardwood Floors
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Granite / Quartz Countertops
Fireplace
Double Vanity

Building Features & Amenities

The Building

Elevator
Secured Entry
Storage Space

Located in Pilsen

Vibrant streets popping with arts and culture.
Apartments for rent in Pilsen, Chicago are some of the most interesting in the city. If there’s one word to describe Pilsen, it’s “vibrant.”
Dia DE Los Tamales restaurant sign in Pilsen
Dia DE Los Tamales restaurant sign in Pilsen

Neighborhood Vibe

Pilsen apartments put renters in the epicenter of Chicago’s Latino culture. Long a working-class neighborhood on the city’s southwest side, the sights of gigantic murals on the sides of apartment buildings and the sounds of jangling bells from a street vendor’s cart are evocative and familiar details of renting an apartment in Pilsen.

Heart of the Neighborhood

The bustling activity on 18th Street is Pilsen in a nutshell: lively, colorful and authentic. The sense of community is strong, and there are plenty of restaurants and shops along the streets to reinforce the bonds of a tight-knit and proud neighborhood.

What We Love Most

Endless art galleries, taco stands, hot dog joints, coffee shops and restaurants that will satisfy nearly any taste. Oh, and there’s the mainstay concert venue Thalia Hall, which frequently hosts big acts and major headliners from around the globe in Pilsen.

Best Way to Get Around

The ‘L’ Pink line has three stops within Pilsen (Western/Cermak, Damen/Cermak and 18th Street stations). The youngest line of the CTA’s elevated route, the Pink line carries riders into the heart of downtown Chicago, making a circuit through the Loop before turning back to Pilsen. Ashland and Cermak Avenues are the major local arteries, and the I-90/94 expressway runs along the eastern edge of Pilsen.
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