Halsted Flats is a 15-story, 269-unit luxury apartment tower at 3740 N Halsted St in Chicago’s Lake View / Wrigleyville / Boystown neighborhood. The building has nearly 11,000 square feet of ground-level retail space and a 3-level parking garage with 276 spaces.
Halsted Flats is slated to begin occupancy in mid-March of 2014 as the first new rental high-rise to be built in the neighborhood in decades.
Halsted Flats has a mix of convertible, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments. In January of 2014 convertibles rented from $1,330, 1-bedrooms from $1,536, and 2-bedroom / 2 baths from $2,703 and 3-bedroom / 3-baths from $4,829.
Floor plans and near real-time availability information are accessible online.
The apartments check off virtually all the items on a renter’s wish-list: 9-foot and higher ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, plank flooring, in-unit washer / dryer, designer lighting, good closet space, oversized vanities, and kitchens with quartz countertops, sleek cabinetry, stylish fixtures and hardware, under-mount sinks, gas ranges and steel-finish appliances. A number of the floor plans have private balconies or terraces.
Views. Many of the units have sweeping views of the Chicago skyline to the south and good views to the east. Some of the north-facing units have their view corridor limited by a nearby high-rise.
Amenities, services, policies
Halsted Flats has a full suite of amenities, and is the only full-amenity rental building in Lakeview.
The landscaped third floor terrace / sundeck has a pool, hot tub, cabanas, grills and seating areas. There’s a fitness center adjacent to the deck with cardio and free weight equipment, space for stretching exercises, and a separate terrace overlooking Halsted St.
Also adjacent to the deck are a club room and business center and a demonstration kitchen / party room.
A landscaped dog run on the 13th floor roof of the building’s west wing has sweeping views of the skyline and views over Wrigley Field.
The building will have on-site leasing and management staff and 24/7 door staff. The building is pet-friendly, subject to limits, and smoke-free.
The fact that we locate Halsted Flats in three neighborhoods – Lake View / Wrigleyville / Boystown – speaks to the stunning variety and diversity of faces, spaces and places that you’ll find in the immediate area.
Halsted Flats’ location at the periphery of Wrigleyville and Boystown affords its residents steps-to proximity to everything these neighborhoods have to offer without their being overwhelmed or unduly inconvenienced by it.
Shopping. Halsted Flats residents have excellent access to grocery shopping.
National retail chains, however, are a minor presence in the neighborhood, which draws its dominant character from a variety of locally-owned and quirky smaller shops.
Dining, nightlife, entertainment. In brief – whatever you have a taste for you’ll find in the neighborhood in hyper-abundance.
Finding a regular breakfast spot is the first order of dining business for many, and Halsted Flats residents will find an IHOP next door and local favorite Ann Sather nearby. If coffee and munchies suffice, there are three Starbucks locations within a short walk.
Wrigleyville is a dense bar and restaurant destination for Cubs fans and sports bars are everywhere.
Neighborhood street festivals and fairs are a great source of entertainment in the summer. Events near Halsted Flats include – to name a few – Northalsted Market Days, the Lakeview East Festival of the Arts, Wrigleyville Summerfest, SausageFest, the Chicago Marathon and, of course, Pride Week.
Halsted Flats is on the route of the annual Pride Parade, and the building’s east-facing units and amenities-level terraces will offer front-row seats to the event.
There are nearly two dozen theaters within walking distance of Halsted Flats in the Belmont Theater District, and dozens more venues for live music performances.
Parks, recreation. Halsted Flats residents have convenient access to public parks and recreational activities.
The 1200-acre Lincoln Park, one of the great public spaces in America, is two short blocks east of Halsted Flats. At this point in the park you’ll find a playground, the 9-hole Sydney Marovitz golf course, tennis courts and ball fields and a picnic field.
Commuters will head for the CTA Red Line stop at Addison if they’re southbound to the Loop, or to Sheridan if they’re northbound to Rogers Park or Evanston. Both are about a 10-minute walk from Halsted Flats.
A variety of CTA bus routes traverse the area, steps from the property.
Halsted Flats residents have a 6-minute walk to the #146 CTA bus (pdf) stop on Lake Shore Drive. The 146 runs express to the 900 Shops, anchored by Bloomingdale’s, on Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, and then on to the Loop.
Lake Shore Drive is a short distance away. Crosstown access to I-90/94 and the city’s expressway grid is inconvenient from this location, and can be time-consuming before and after Cubs’ games.
Zipcar car sharing locations are nearby.
Halsted Flats is the only full-amenity rental building in the neighborhood and has no direct competitors nearby. Renters looking for a comparable property in a similar pedestrian-friendly neighborhood setting may be attracted to 1225 Old Town.
Rentals are typically available in a number of nearby condo buildings, sometimes at sharply lower rents than in the managed apartment buildings.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s at-a-glance list of Lake View, East apartments.
Halsted Flats in the news
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