Reside on Clark is a 3-story mixed-use building at 2200 N Clark St in Lincoln Park. The building has retail space on the ground level and 28 apartments above.
The flatiron-shaped building was built in 1894 and was renovated after being acquired by an affiliate of Reside Living.
Reside on Clark has studio, 1- and 2-bedroom floor plans. Studios range in size from 484 to 702 square feet, 1-bedrooms from 746 to 920 square feet and 2-bedrooms from 881 to 1,078 square feet.
Floor plans and availability are accessible online.
The spacious apartments have hardwood floors, high ceilings, good closet space and large windows. Some of the units have fireplaces, skylights and architectural details.
There are in-unit washer / dryers. Kitchens have gas ranges, dishwashers and built-in microwaves.
Amenities, services, policies
Reside on Clark has a bike storage area and resident storage lockers. On-site parking is not available, and parking is scarce in the area.
Reside on Clark is pet-friendly, subject to limits, and smoke-free.
Reside on Clark is on busy Clark St, just a block from Lincoln Park, one of the greatest public spaces in America.
The location has relatively quick access to Lake Shore Drive via Fullerton Ave, and to North Avenue Beach, which stretches nearly a mile north along the lakefront.
The tranquil, tree-lined streets immediately west of Reside on Clark are a delightful venue for sampling some of the best of Chicago’s late 19th-century residential architecture.
Shopping. Reside on Clark has good proximity to grocery shopping.
From early May to late October, more than 50 farmers draw Wednesday and Saturday morning crowds to the Green City Market in the park. From November through April the market is held most Saturdays at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, several blocks northeast of Reside on Clark.
Dining, nightlife, entertainment.
You’ll find a good selection of bars and restaurants along Clark Street and several eateries in the building itself.
Mon Ami Gabi is a block east and a block north.
The Visit Clark Street site gives you a good overview of the bars, restaurants, retail and service establishments near Reside on Clark.
Lincoln Park has too many attractions to list.
Active recreation opportunities are abundant, some of them unusual. Fly fishing lessons, for example, are available at nearby North Pond in the park.
If your idea of active recreation is that it’s something well worth watching, you can survey the beach volleyball scene from a reclining position.
The 13-acre Oz Park is two blocks west of Reside on Clark. The park has ball fields, basketball and tennis courts, a children’s playground, a community garden and Oz-themed statuary.
Transportation. Reside on Clark’s access to public transportation is good, but not great.
Several CTA bus routes have stops just outside the building and several more are a short distance away in the park. The nearest CTA train stops are about a mile from Reside on Clark.
Access to I-90/94 and the city’s expressway grid is inconvenient, and can be a source of misery during peak hours.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s Lincoln Park apartment guide.
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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