Renovated Second Floor Front 4 Rooms with 2 Bedrooms, Big Back Yard, Appliances & MORE
As you walk right up the front stairs the door on the left is your private entrance and hallway to your new apartment.
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Pictured above is the building that your new home is in. Just go right up the front stairs and you are home..
Your new apartment is the second floor front located in the building to the left of the tree
If you would like the address and next showing time to come to open house and view this apartment, please call the information number in the ad for this apartment right next to "CLICK HERE" on the "FOR RENT" page.
This area is called "New City" just South of Bridgeport
On the left is your private locking stairway and hallway that leads up to your new apartment.  Below is the mirrors that you see when you walk into your apartment foyer.
This is your living room facing West which gets the evening sun when you come home from work.  There are mini blinds on all of the windows.
Vanity and medicine cabinet in the bath room with a full tub and shower.
Stove and Fridge are included with the rent and there are a couple of extra counter tops and a stainless steel sink with hand held sprayer.
Unique Southern style textured walls in the common hallway in the center of the building gives you the option of entering your apartment either through the front of the building or the back hallway.
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                                                   ALL ABOUT NEW CITY

New City is one of Chicago's 77 official community areas, located on the southwest side of the city. It is a blend of Irish-Americans in Canaryville, Mexican-Americans in Back Of The Yards, & African-Americans south of 49th Street. The area was home to the famous Union Stock Yards that were on Chicago's south side until they closed in 1971.

Back of the Yards is an industrial and residential neighborhood so named because it was near the former Union Stock Yards. Life in this neighborhood, which was famously organized by Saul Alinsky in the 1930s, is profiled in Upton Sinclair's 1906 novel The Jungle. The area was formerly the town of Lake until it was annexed by Chicago in 1889. The area was once an Eastern European, predominantly Polish, neighborhood.

Jane Jacobs' book, The Death and Life of Great American Cities, cites the Back of the Yards as an area able to successfully "unslum" in the 1960s, due to a beneficial set of circumstances. This included a stabilized community base with skilled members willing to trade work to upgrade housing, as well as active and well led local social and political organizations. Jacobs often cited the Back of the Yards as a model for other depressed neighborhoods to follow to upgrade their communities.


    Pictured below is the big resurfaced back yard for everybody in the building to share and barbeques are encouraged.