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Flats No. 2500 – how overpriced is it?

2500 N Clybourn

Let’s compare two very different two-bedroom apartment options in Lincoln Park: one at Flats No. 2500, 2500 N Clybourn, and the other at Eugenie Terrace, 1730 N Clark St. Flats No. 2500 (review) is near the far northwest edge of Lincoln Park on a bleak stretch of Clybourn Ave, nearly two miles from Lincoln Park, ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on April 2, 2014
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Eugenie Terrace apartments, 1730 N Clark St, Lincoln Park

Eugenie Terrace

Eugenie Terrace is a 44-story, 575-unit apartment tower at 1730 N Clark St in Lincoln Park‘s Old Town Triangle neighborhood. Eugenie Terrace occupies a prominent site directly fronting the park itself. The building was completed in 1987 after receiving a hotly-contested zoning change: nearby residents had come to think of the site as their community ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on December 4, 2013

Major Chicago landlords act to clean up Craigslist ads

Reside on Surf

YoChicago recently launched the Craigslist Apartment Cleanup with a goal of eliminating illegal rental service ads, which we estimate to be 95% of all Craigslist rental ads. Cleaning up Craigslist will save Chicago renters countless hours, and make it fast and easy for them to connect directly with landlords and management companies to find their ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on December 21, 2012

A video tour of Lincoln Park’s Eugenie Terrace apartments

View from Eugenie Terrace

Eugenie Terrace, a 44-story, 575-unit luxury apartment tower, has been the premier rental building in Lincoln Park since it opened in the 1980s. It’s been extensively upgraded since then to maintain its top-tier status. Eugenie Terrace has a desirable location directly fronting Lincoln Park, with easy access to the park’s most popular features – North ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on November 30, 2012
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The spectacular views from Eugenie Terrace

Lincoln Park view from Eugenie Terrace

I recently toured Eugenie Terrace, a 44-story, 575-unit rental high-rise directly across the street from Lincoln Park. The building’s location, at 1730 N Clark St, affords it great views in all directions. One of the more appealing views is the one over the park, above, shot through the floor-to-ceiling window of a 27th floor apartment. ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on November 29, 2012
ChicagoNorth Side

Chicago’s highest outdoor pools – Eugenie Terrace

Eugenie Terrace

The second highest outdoor pool in Chicago is in Lincoln Park, on the roof of the 44-story Eugenie Terrace apartment tower, 1730 N Clark St. It’s the highest outdoor pool in a Chicago rental apartment building. And, as you might guess, it’s one of the city’s best spots for watching the annual air and water ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on September 26, 2012
ChicagoNorth Side

Lincoln Park rental deals, Americana Towers and Eugenie Terrace

Aerial view of Lincoln Park

Eugenie Terrace, 1730 N Clark St, is offering $1,000 discounts on the first month’s rent on select studio and one-bedroom apartments. To qualify, however, you’ll have to start your lease no later than tomorrow. Start by February 14th and take $500 off your first month’s rent. Three high-floor, west-facing one-bedrooms are available now, priced from ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on January 30, 2012
ChicagoNorth Side

Brand new decades old Lincoln Park rentals

Eugenie Terrace, Chicago, IL

The sign touting “brand new” luxury rentals outside Eugenie Terrace is a bit disconcerting to anyone who remembers when the high-rise was built in the 1980s. I checked in with the leasing office and learned that the building underwent an $18 million renovation of the common areas and units “in recent years.” The makeover did ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on October 1, 2010