3BR at 925 E. 46th Street
3BR/2BA at 925 E. 46th Street
North Kenwood, Bronzeville, South Side, Chicago
On a tree-lined street with historic residential architecture as well as dramatic Gothic Revival churches, 46th Street Apartments blend seamlessly into its surroundings, combining the verticality of the Gothic with the horizontality of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Light sandstone details draw the eye upwards along the red brick bays to the Mission style roofline capping the facade. Pointed Gothic archways crown the entries, punctuated by flowery Art Nouveau style details.
The Property / Area (Bronzeville)
The 925 East 46th Street building is located in North Kenwood, Bronzeville, South Side, Chicago.
Head a little south of downtown and you'll find Chicago's
historic Bronzeville neighborhood. Home of the Bud Billikin Day
Parade, the U.S.' second largest annual parade, as well as a
plethora of other important events for the trajectory of black
history. Located south of Chinatown, along the shores of Lake
Michigan, Bronzeville apartments lie mostly within the bounds of
the Douglas and partially within the Grand Boulevard community
area. U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, is on the
boundary of Bronzeville, and the IIT campus is located within it.
The CTA's Red and Green line 'L' trains serve Bronzeville.
Bronzeville residents are predominantly renters in mid to
high-rise complexes with 50 or more apartments. Renters seeking an
apartment can expect to pay upwards of $1,000 to $1,500 for an
apartment close to IIT with nice amenities.
Bronzeville is a product of the great migration that occurred
during the early 20th…
Two shopping options in the area are Walmart Pharmacy and Ross Dress For Less. Italian Fiesta Pizzeria and Just Turkey Restaurant are some of the restaurants in the area. You can find Honey 1 Bbq nearby. Save-a-lot is only 334 yards away.