at 1347 N Dearborn 502
/1 Bath at 1347 N Dearborn 502
Gold Coast, Near North Side, Central Chicago, Chicago
---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lrh/4d498720f8 ---- Spacious front facing studio on quiet tree lined street in Gold Coast!!! Dogs ok! - Spacious front facing studio in the heart of the Gold Coast on quiet tree-lined street. Hardwood floors. Large kitchen, amazing closet space!Awesome location in the Gold Coast, surrounded by Million dollar homes!! Located on a quiet tree-lined street, you are walking distance to the lake, Old Town and all that the Gold coast has to offer!!! Lots of Restaurants/bars and shopping just 2 blocks south on Division. Farmers Market on Division every Saturday and also walking distance to Farmer's market In Lincoln Park on Wednesdays and Saturdays!! Walking distance to Potash Brokers, Treasure Island, Plum Market, CVS, Walgreens, etc. The best in the city!!Bring your furry friends!! Dogs and cats ok! 40 lb weight limit. $500 fee EACH dog, $200 cat fee. 2 pets total.*Pictures of similar unit of exact unit ELAN310143
Cats Allowed Large Dogs Allowed Parking Small Dogs Allowed Washer & Dryer On Site
Nearby Public Transportation
0.21 mi at Clark/Division (1200 N. Clark Street)
0.54 mi at Sedgwick (1536-40 N. Sedgwick Avenue)
The Property / Area (Gold Coast)
The 1347 North Dearborn Parkway building is located in Gold Coast, Near North Side, Central Chicago, Chicago.
As you head south on Chicago's iconic Lake Shore Drive, a light
becomes more visible. The sign belonging to a Gold Coast landmark,
The Drake Hotel, shines a bright pink, just as it has for the last
70 years. The facade of this luxury hotel exudes the same glamour
you'll find throughout the Gold Coast Historic District: mansions,
beautiful apartments, boutique shops, and dealerships selling
Lamborghini, Bugatti, and other dream cars.
After the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 the region's evolution
began. It would go from scarcely populated and swampy to a
stronghold of wealth. Originally "The Astor Street District", it
took its name from one of the richest citizens in the history of
the US, John Jacob Astor. The name projected an air of wealth,
although he didn't actually live in Chicago. When a section of Lake
Shore Drive opened in 1875, wealthy families began to take notice
of the neighborhood.
Potter Palmer, a businessman and early resident of the area, saw…
Gold Coast Apartments, Near North Side Apartments
The area has a number of food options, including Ambassador Chicago, Sprinkles Cupcakes, and Lou Malnati's Pizzeria. These are located within 900 yards. Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse and Tavern On Rush are some of the restaurants in the area. Interested parties can shop at Fleet Feet Sports Old Town.