2BR at 625 West Division
2BR/2BA at 625 West Division
Goose Island, Central Chicago, Chicago
We love this building for a lot of reasons, but mostly because they figured out how to make it beautiful, green and energy efficient without giving anything up. Design, sustainability and community are a priority in this one of a kind setting which offers an impeccably landscaped terrace with private lounges, fire pits and grilling stations, an outdoor pool and sundeck, and a separate rooftop lounge with media room, conference space and fireplace to enjoy the breathtaking city views. Inside, use the lounge with coworking table, modern fitness facility or just enjoy the beautiful artwork and interior space in this 100% smoke-free property. There is a 24-hour security door staff as well.
Open, modern living spaces welcome you into these beautiful apartment homes. Contemporary finishes throughout include kitchens with gas stoves, integrated, cabinet-faced appliances, blackened steel backsplashes and non-toxic finishes. Exposed concrete ceilings and walls, hardwood flooring throughout and Nest Learning Thermostats leave no detail undone. Each unit comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, large closets and in-unit washers and dryers.
Parking is available on-site at an additional charge and there is permit street parking within walking distance. Cats and dogs are accepted throughout and there are indoor and outdoor dog runs and washing stations for your four-legged friend (dog breed restrictions apply, but there is no weight limit).
Nearby Public Transportation
0.54 mi at Sedgwick (1536-40 N. Sedgwick Avenue)
0.56 mi at North/Clybourn (1599 N. Clybourn Avenue)
0.76 mi at Chicago (800 N. Milwaukee Avenue)
The Property / Area (Goose Island)
The 625 West Division Street 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
Sully's House and The Dining Room At Kendall College are some of the restaurants in the area. The area has a number of food options, including Old Town Social, Burger Bar Chicago - Lincoln Park, and Pizza Hut Express. These are located within 873 yards. Whole Foods Market is only 989 yards away.