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Renovated apartments across from DePaul University

828 W Fullerton Chicago

If you want an affordable apartment with vintage character close to DePaul University, you’ll find 828 W Fullerton hard to beat. The location is directly across from the eastern stretch of DePaul’s campus, with great proximity to the Fullerton El stop. There’s a CVS pharmacy next door and a stunning array of bars, restaurants and ...

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Posted by sponsored post on June 12, 2013
ChicagoNorth Side

Renovated apartments with views on a tranquil Lincoln Park block

629 Deming, Chicago, Video

629 West Deming is on one of Lincoln Park’s most beautiful, tranquil blocks, a short walk from the DePaul University campus, the strip of shops and restaurants along Clark Street, and the bars, nightlife and theater along Lincoln Avenue. Studio and one-bedroom apartments in the building have new hardwood floors, crown moldings and trim, and ...

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Posted by sponsored post on July 27, 2012
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

More student housing headed for the Loop?

DePaul Student Center

The Sun-Times is reporting on a proposed conversion of 20 and 28 E Jackson, and the Pickwick Stable between the two buildings, into 199 units of furnished graduate student housing. The location is directly opposite the DePaul Center and DePaul’s College of Law. According to the Sun-Times: The stable between the two buildings survived the ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on February 22, 2012
ChicagoNorth Side

Market watch: Condos and single-family homes in DePaul / Sheffield

The DePaul / Sheffield area of Lincoln Park isn’t teeming with new construction homes right now, but if you’re determined to find a brand new condo or single-family home there, you have a few options. Every one I found was no more than three blocks south of DePaul University and within a four-block radius of ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on September 22, 2009