3BR at 830 N. Milwaukee
3BR/2BA at 830 N. Milwaukee
Goose Island, Central Chicago, Chicago
Located at the corner of Milwaukee and Elston, this modern boutique apartment community caters to the increasingly popular West Town/River West corridor of downtown Chicago. Super-convenient to public transit, the CTA Blue Line is .5 block away, while you can be on the I-90/94 in under 5 minutes. The area is more neighborhood than big city, surrounded by local shops and restaurants.
This low-rise modern apartment offers a fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights, secured access, heated parking, Press-Box dry-cleaning and a green roof deck with gas grills, fire pits and amazing views of the skyline.
Inside each apartment, there is in-unit laundry, top of the line kitchen appliances, quartz countertops and high ceilings. You even get Nest learning thermostats and super high speed internet.
Attached parking is extra, but there is permit parking in the area. Dogs and cats are welcome in all units (there is a limit of 2 pets per apartment and breed/weight restrictions apply).
Nearby Public Transportation
0.09 mi at Chicago (800 N. Milwaukee Avenue)
0.95 mi at Ashland (1601 W. Lake Street)
The Property / Area (Goose Island)
The 824-830 North Milwaukee Avenue building is located in Goose Island, Central Chicago, Chicago.
The Goose Island neighborhood of Chicago is an artificial
island, and the only island on the Chicago River. The North Branch
of the Chicago River and the North Branch Canal surrounds this 160
acres island. Mayor Daley declared the island a Protected
Manufacturing District in 1990, but the surrounding land shares the
namesake and features luxury high-rises with one-bedroom apartments
renting for well over $2,000 per month, and two-bedroom apartments
at least $3,000. Goose Island is currently in a period of
reinvention, referred to as Goose Island 2.0, Silicon Island, and
Chicago's first mayor, William Ogden, created Goose Island when
his excavating company cut a path through the Chicago River between
North Avenue and Chicago Avenue in pursuit of brickmaking clay. The
Ogden's Canal was formed and later rejoined the river, isolating
this piece of land in the process. The island became heavily
industrialized; with grain elevators, several…
Goose Island Apartments
Coalfire and Hoosier Mama Pie Company are some of the restaurants in the area. You can find Flo nearby.