Winter made easy at Streeter Place apartments

It won’t take another polar vortex to make Chicagoans wish they had restaurants, bars and day-to-day shopping steps away from their home. A normal Chicago winter is harsh enough to make every step seem like one too many.

Residents at Streeter Place, a luxury apartment tower, have Yolk and Flour & Stone in the building.

D4, a solid selection for a neighborhood pub, and Dollop Coffee are next door.

Streeter Place is pet-friendly and there’s a Kriser’s Pet Food across the street, with a grooming service.

Whole Foods and Target Express are setting up shop a block from Streeter Place early in 2015.

The best antidote to cold weather cabin fever may be the sweeping views from Streeter Place’s floor-to-ceiling windows.

Streeter Place is a full-amenity building with a fitness center, a landscaped pool deck with grill area, resident lounges and a business center. Streeter Place has on-site management and leasing staff, and 24/7 door staff.

Currently available studios rent from $1,475 to $1,677, convertibles from $1,958 to $2,088, 1-bedrooms from $1,944 to $2,760, 1-bedroom plus den from $2,389 to $2,420 and 2-bedroom, 2-baths from $2,754 to $3,367. A 3-bedroom, 2-bath is available for $5,216.

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