Coeval apartments, 51 E 14th St & 1419 S Wabash, South Loop

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Coeval consists of 10- and 16-story buildings with a total of 261 apartments at 1419 S Wabash and 51 E 14th St in the South Loop. The development includes street-level retail and 95 on-site parking spaces. First occupancies began in May of 2019.

CMK Companies is the developer, with Pappageorge Haymes as the architecture firm and Clark Construction as the general contractor.

The apartments

Coeval offers studio, one-, and two-bedroom, two-bath apartments. Apartments feature high, exposed-concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows with solar shades, plank flooring, programmable thermostats, and in-unit washer / dryers.

Floor plans and near real-time rent and availability info are online.

Contact the Coeval leasing office at 312-757-4933 to arrange a real-time, interactive, 1-on-1 Realync video tour of apartments.

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Coeval’s upscale kitchens have European-style, flat-panel cabinetry, quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, including a gas range, dishwasher and built-in microwave.

Floor plans and near real-time rent and availability info are online.

Views. West-facing units have skyline, cityscape and sunset views.

Amenities, services, policies

Coeval’s amenities are optimized for social gatherings.

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There’s a large landscaped third-floor deck with social areas, fire pits, grilling stations, a wet bar and a dog run.

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A well-equipped fitness room has Peloton bikes and a variety of cardio- and strength-training equipment.

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The resident lounge / party room has a nicely-equipped kitchen and a private dining area.

Coeval has on-site leasing, management and maintenance staff and 24/7 door staff. The building is pet-friendly, subject to limits.

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The location

Coeval has a convenient South Loop location with quick access to the Museum Campus, the Loop, Soldier Field, McCormick Place and the CTA transportation hub at Roosevelt Road.

Coeval residents have easy access to a number of local colleges and universities, including DePaul, Roosevelt, Columbia, The Art Institute and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Shopping. Residents at Coeval have good access to grocery shopping.

Trader Joe’s and Jewel-Osco are a short walk north on Wabash.

Target and Whole Foods are a bit further west along Roosevelt Rd, and there is a Mariano’s on Clark St. There are also several convenience stores in the immediate area. Jewel and Target have full-service pharmacies, and a Walgreens is just to the west on Roosevelt Rd.

The nearby Shops at Roosevelt Collection has a wide variety of retail, restaurants and an ICON Theatre.

There’s a large and growing cluster of big-box shops just west of the river along Roosevelt Rd, and State Street and Magnificent Mile shops are a few minutes’ away.

Dining, nightlife.
There are scores of dining and nightlife options within a few blocks walk of Coeval, and the number is growing.

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Long-time local favorite Flo & Santos is less than a block north, and Giordano’s is around the corner.

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Breakfast options are abundant, but you can expect a weekend wait at the Bongo Room, Eleven City Diner, and Yolk.


Five Guys, Jimmy John’s, Jersey Mike’s and Potbelly are a short stroll away.

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Sports enthusiasts can grab a donut around the corner and wash it down with a brew at Wabash Tap or The Scout, neighborhood hangouts that are packed during Bears games.

Blues lovers can head a few blocks north to Buddy Guy’s Legends.

We haven’t ventured more than a few blocks from Coeval – and we haven’t listed everything that’s nearby. You’ll find a wide variety of dining and nightlife options in the immediate neighborhood.

Parks, recreation. Grant Park, “Chicago’s front yard,” is a short walk northeast of Coeval.

Spanning nearly half a square mile, the 319-acre park accommodates a wide range of active recreational pursuits and spots for quiet contemplation.


Millennium Park, at the North end of Grant Park, is one of the most exciting and architecturally interesting public spaces in the country. Coeval residents will pass the Art Institute on the way to Millennium Park.

Northerly Island beach is a short bike ride from Coeval.

Transportation. Public transportation from the location is excellent.

The CTA’s Roosevelt Road station has Red, Green and Orange Line stops for easy access to north, south and west side locations and to Midway Airport.

A wide variety of CTA bus routes criss-cross the area, with stops near the building.

Taxis and ride-sharing services are readily available. Zipcar locations are nearby.

I-90/94 and I-290 can generally be reached within a few minutes. Lake Shore Drive access is nearby.

The competition

You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s comprehensive South Loop apartment guide.

Note: Coeval is a YoChicago advertiser.

Coeval

Address 51 E 14th, 1419 S Wabash
City Chicago 60605
# of Units 261
Pets Pet-friendly, subject to limits
Parking On-site garage
Completed 2019
Management Greystar
Website Coeval


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