1410 Chicago is an 8-story, 84-unit contemporary brick apartment building at 1410 Chicago Ave in Evanston.
1410 Chicago was built in 1957 and has been recently remodeled.
1410 Chicago has a mix of studio, 1- and 3-bedroom apartments. Floor plans are available online. In mid-December 2014 rents started at $1,025 to $2,595 depending on apartment size.
The building has twelve units per floor, almost all studios and one-bedrooms in varied layouts. One-bedrooms have spacious living rooms with hardwood floors.
Updated kitchens have cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliance packages with built-in microwaves, electric ranges and dishwashers. Cabinet and counter space varies depending on the floor plan.
Baths have been updated.
Bedrooms have hardwood floors and are large enough to accommodate multiple pieces of furniture. The apartments have varying amounts of closet space, none of them overly generous.
The all-electric apartments have baseboard heat and through-the-wall air-conditioning units
Amenities, services, policies
1410 Chicago has limited amenities.
The building has a fitness room and a laundry room. There’s also a bicycle storage room.
Parking is available on-site.
1410 Chicago is in a solid edge-of-downtown location. The building is close to shopping, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, public transportation and Lake Michigan parks.
1410 Chicago is about a half-mile from the Northwestern University campus.
Shopping. 1410 Chicago has good proximity to retail shops in downtown Evanston.
Whole Foods, the nearest full-service grocery, is two blocks north on Chicago Ave.
Downtown Evanston offers an eclectic mix of locally-owned boutiques and name-brand retailers..
The upscale Westfield Old Orchard shopping center, anchored by Macy’s, Bloomingdales and Nordstrom, is accessible by a bus route that stops just outside the building.
Dining, nightlife, entertainment. There are dozens of restaurants and bars within a few blocks of 1410 Chicago.
Wine aficionados look forward to the twice-weekly tastings at Vinic Wine, just over a block north of 1410 Chicago.
Downtown Evanston is a pedestrian-friendly environment and a number of restaurants have outdoor seating areas.
As you’d expect in a college town, national brands have a strong presence, but there are enough one-of-a-kind restaurants near 1410 Chicago to satisfy almost every palate. And there are scores more a bit further afield in Evanston’s quirky neighborhoods.
A number of Evanston’s street festivals and outdoor concerts take place near 1410 Chicago
Parks, recreation. The location is reasonably convenient to public parks and outdoor recreational areas.
Raymond Park, a few doors north of the building, has greenery and benches and not much more.
Evanston’s public beaches are less than half a mile east of the building.
Transportation. Residents of 1410 Chicago have good access to public transportation.
All of Evanston has relatively inconvenient access to Chicago’s airports and to I-90/94 and the expressway grid.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s at-a-glance list of Evanston apartments.
Rentals are typically available in a number of nearby condo buildings, sometimes at lower rents than in the managed apartment buildings.
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