First Floor Front 5 Rooms with 3 Bedrooms
The new windows behind the front stairs is the 1st Floor Front. The door on the right is the private entrance to your new apartment.

Pictured on the right is looking out to the street from the inside of your new apartment and below is one of the bedrooms with new lights, bi-fold closet doors, and windows.
The kitchen measures a nice 10 x 16 and there is bright kitchen tile with stove and fridge or bring your own if you want.
Above is the new ceramic tile in the shower with a full bath tub and below is the new vanity & medicine cabinet..

Your new apartment is the first floor front located in the building to the left of the tree
Master bedroom looking into the living room is a nice big 15 x 8.

The front bedroom is 8 x 10
The back bedroom is 7 x 8.

Below is the living room with new carpet measuring 11 x 12..
Lots of cabinets, stainless sink & console
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
                                                      ALL ABOUT NEW CITY

Sometimes called "Back of the Yards" 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.

Above is the sunny street in your new neighborhood with your front porch on the right.

You can conveniently look right out the new thermal pane windows, complete with mini blinds on every window and see your parking space just 20 feet from the building.
DIAL 773-268-7368 (RENT) OR 773-924-7368  FOR EVERY DETAIL
The cozy bathroom has full tub and shower, a new shower curtain, solid genuine oak towel racks, opaque privacy window, mini blinds, and a nice little vanity.
We support animal rights so bring your spayed or neutered cats...NP !