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Rated 1.4 out of 5?by 13 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5?by AngryTenant I hate it here I can't wait until my lease is up. This place is the worst apartment ever. Their "new" apartments are made with the cheapest material possible and everything is constantly breaking. And they don't respond to fixing things. The common areas are complete dumps. I pay WAY too much to have to deal with this. Do NOT move here! November 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5?by Anonymous Different Experience... From my perspective, the management was absolutely attentive, and flexible. I moved from NYC, so my expectations for service were low, but they always took care of any concern very quickly plus they worked with me to adjust my lease when I was transferred. I'd give the service level a 9 out of 10. As far as overall value of the units, they might not be the best deal, but it certainly is a good neighborhood and well maintained. There are always better deals to be had but my overall experience was solid, thus this deserves a positive review. I would tend to agree with everyone that the noise does kind of suck. That's not really something unique to this place though so what can you do. June 24, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5?by Cutiesweetie Halsted Apartments I have an 11-year old cat who is neutered, declawed and I found out that this complex does not allow pets so that is a no go for me. June 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by Guy54 Dump These places are total dumps. They charge insane prices for sub par apartments. Don't be fooled. The place has nothing to offer and they will raise your rent a couple hundred dollars a month every year. The elevator in my building has been broken for about 5 weeks now. WEEKS! Find a cheaper and nicer apartment. April 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by Puck A great apartment... if you're deaf! There are many reasons why renting a Halsted Place Apartment is a colossal mistake, however the biggest for me was the noise. The floors are strung by wood (not concrete) and are extremely thin. Some tenants in the building referred to the situation this created as the "basketball players upstairs." I personally lived beneath what sounded like a herd of OCD-suffering elephants. I got to relive my college dorm years again, but with higher rent and no RA (or noise clause in the lease) to quiet things down. The only reason they are doing any renovations is because they have to. The absolute bare minimum was done to maintain these buildings since their construction in the 1980s - original flooring in the common areas, original (cheap) kitchen cabinets falling off the hinges, appliances that don't work, leaky plumbing fixtures, drafty windows. Any modernization effort you see is merely lipstick put on a pig. A great apartment... if you're deaf. April 21, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by Linds27 Look Elsewhere I had high hopes for this place, and I was really let down. My "updated" apartment is garbage. I'm pretty sure they created them with the cheapest materials possible. There is ZERO security in my building. The building doesn't have a doorman, which I knew moving in. But there are no security cameras, and it seems like random people are coming and going as they please. The lights in the stairwell have been out for well over a month and they seem to have no interest in replacing them. Walls are paper thin and I constantly have to listen to one some party going on either on my floor or above me. I highly regret signing this lease. LOOK ELSEWHERE! February 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by Jill20 Brutal I hate this place. Can't wait to move out. Priced waaay too high. The women in the office are rude and could care less about helping any of the tenants. The building I'm in has a terrible bug problem. The common areas are dirty and seem rarely cleaned. Trash is constantly building up in the garbage rooms and stinks up the entire hallway. I know from myself and others in the building that they have been raising everyone's rent. Look elsewhere. Every other apartment in Chicago is a better deal than here. February 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by A Sucker The Worst These apartments are terrible. The new management company is the worst. The apartments shown in the pictures are closer to $1800. You're paying for the zero amenities. Buildings are old. And the other overpriced apts are garbage. All the apartments are drafty so on top of everything else you get huge electric bills. The water pressure is terrible. Bugs everywhere and rats in the back parking lots are a common sight. They could care less about helping you. Getting something fixed in your apartment is near impossible. The woman in the office is extremely unresponsive. Moving here has been one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made. The rent increases are ridiculous. Save yourself some money and an unnecessary headache and don't move in. I wish I could give a zero rating. February 3, 2013
Property OverviewASK US ABOUT OUR FULLY RENOVATED LUXURY APARTMENTS!! 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans available NOW. **Brand new kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. wood flooring throughout the entire living area. Open concept floorplan from living room to kitchen with breakfast bar** Situated in the heart of Lincoln Park, Halsted Place Apartments is a residential complex of 143 unique apartments within a range of building types, from vintage brownstones to modern low-rise buildings with private balconies. Nestled on and around the popular Halsted, Dayton and Willow Streets, Halsted Place Apartments' highly desirable location is just steps from boutiques, restaurants, bars, public transportation and the mecca of the Clybourn Corridor retail. With units ranging from one to three bedrooms, the property offers extraordinary access and a great value for its residents. SORRY, NO PETS.
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Name Rent Deposit Beds Baths Sq. Ft.
- Unfurnished Available
- Storage Space(s)
- On-Site Management
- On-Site Maintenance
- Parking Lot
Additional Parking Information
- Parking is available to all residents of Halsted Place. Our Mid Ride buildings each have their own gated lots with both covered and uncovered spaces. Residents who live in our vintage buildings have access to a common lot just steps from their home.
- Parking Space Fee: $150.00
- Lincoln Park
- Distance to Dry Cleaning: on site
- Train: North and Clybourn Red Line stop lo - less than 10 minutes walk
- Bus: #8 Halsted bus stops directly in fr - on site
- BuildingType: Apartment
- Number of Floors: 5
- Number of Units: 143
- Housing Type: Unfurnished
- Weekdays: Mon: 09:30 AM-06:00 PM, Tue: 09:30 AM-06:00 PM, Wed: 09:30 AM-06:00 PM, Thu: 09:30 AM-06:00 PM, Fri: 09:30 AM-06:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM-05:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
Property and Management Company
- Golub Realty Services