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About 1455 N Sandburg Terrace Chicago, IL 60610
A Great, Conveniently Located 2BR Condo for Lease.
Remodeled eat-in kitchen countertop with stainless appliances. Kitchenware and cooking utensils included. Local market across the street.
Fantastic Lincoln Park and Lake Michigan view.
Public transportation: on 3 bus lines, 2 subway/el stops (Red and Brown lines) within blocks and/or
parking available in building.
All utilities included. Cable, DVR (Netflix, Hulu, Pandora capable) and Internet Included. No separate bills to setup.
Tons of restaurants on Wells St. and Rush St. close walking distance. Michigan Ave and River North restaurants and shopping a short cab ride (or extended walk).
North Ave beach and Lakefront Bike Path 3 blocks away. Divvy bikes across street. Second City, Chicago History Museum and Lincoln Park Zoo within blocks. Downtown Theater District 1-1/2 miles, Museum of Contemporary Art 1-1/2 mi, Navy Pier 2 mi, Chicago Art Institute 2-1/2 mi, Museum Campus (Field Natural History Museum, Aquarium, Planetarium) 4 mi. SPORTS: Soldier Field (Bears) just past Museum Campus, United Center (Bulls and Blackhawks) 3-1/2 mi, Wrigley Field (Cubs) 3 mi, White Sox 20 min Red Line ride. Music: Big name concerts at Wrigley and Soldier Field, also United Center. Northerly Island is mid-sized outdoor concert venue next to Soldier Field.
Museums, Navy Pier and Soldier Field are bikeable on the Lakefront Bike Path.
Nestled north of downtown in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago, the roughly triangular Old Town neighborhood embraces a diverse community. Rich history shows itself in the Victorian-era architecture, including St. Michael's Church, one of the few survivors of the Great Chicago Fire.
Wells Street serves as the lively thoroughfare of the neighborhood, serving up specialty boutiques and intimate family-owned restaurants. Home of the famed Second City and several clubs, entertainment ramps up as the day winds down. The Old Town Art Fair, one of the oldest in the country, brings cultural flair to the neighborhood.
Inhabitants to the primarily residential neighborhood find a mix of townhouses and single-family homes among its tree-lined streets. A calm contrast to the Loop high-rises to the south, the Old Town neighborhood provides a cozy, affluent retreat steeped in Chicago history.