The mid-century modern buildings of the 60s and 70s have one great advantage over newer buildings: large apartments with excellent closet space.
These buildings typically offer fewer common-area amenities than the new high-rises but compensate with far superior locations and lower rents.
Newcomers to Chicago especially savor the vibe in Lakeview East, a neighborhood that hasn’t seen new apartment construction in decades but that’s throbbing with shops, nightlife, dining, the lakefront and, of course, Wrigley Field.
Join Planned Property’s Dan McDonough for a look at a large 1-bedroom apartment at 500 W Belmont, a boutique 8-units-per-floor building that also has convertible studios available for rent.
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