This garden level apartment is located in a vintage building in a historic neighborhood. A main artery for bikers as they head to the daily music gigs at the end of the block, or outdoor cafes and shops around the corner. This is a unique, fun area in Chicago full of diversity.
The apartment is a very small 1 bedroom with a queen bed. There is a kitchen with cozy living room. This is ideal for one or two people although you can fit up to four people.
The kitchen has stove, refrigerator and open shelving with essentials.
The living room is perfect for relaxing with friends. There is a TV hooked up to wii and you can connect to amazon or netflix, but we don't have it set up for local channels. The apartment also has wifi for internet use.
The living room has a futon
One small bedroom has a queen bed
This is an apartment building so there are people living above you and you will hear their footsteps.
Check in time is 4:00pm and check out time is 12:00pm.
NEIGHBORHOOD AND TRANSPORTATION
Bus, Subways, Trains
You can walk to a variety of bus lines within 1-4 blocks of the apartment and get to downtown Chicago, shopping on Michigan Ave., Museum Campus, Universities, or other interesting neighborhoods in Chicago. The Blue Line Subway on Division and Ashland (a mile away) goes directly to O'Hare International Airport or downtown where you can switch to all other Subway lines. I will leave a public transportation map in the apartment.
Within walking distance from the apartment are trendy bars, cafes, shops, galleries, bakeries, Amish Food Store, and ethnic food stores.
This is Bike Town
There are many bike routes and maps throughout Chicago and enormous amounts of people biking these days.