2701 South Indiana Avenue is a 12 minute walk from the ME Metra Electric at the 27th St. stop.
This apartment is in the South Commons neighborhood in Chicago. Nearby parks include Chinatown Square, Siegel Field and Dunbar Park.
2701 South Indiana Avenue has a Walk Score of 58 out of 100. This location is Somewhat Walkable so some errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include Williams Middle Prep Academy, Dunbar Vocational Career Acad High School and St Jerome School.
The closest grocery stores are Health King Enterprise, Wing Cheong Grocery and Chee's Keeley Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Oliver's Cafe, DUNKIN' DONUTS and Gio's Cafe and Deli. Nearby restaurants include Shor, The Wagyu Wagon and New Furama Restaurant.
2701 South Indiana Avenue is near VanderCook College of Music, Illinois Institute of Technology and Ellis University.
There are good bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. 2701 South Indiana Avenue is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure.
Come check our York Terrace today!! Please call if you are interested - (414)949-0777 - Ally :) Just South of Chicago's South Loop you will find York Terrace, which is located on Chicago's new South side. The building is steps from public transportation, very close to the IIT Campus, University of Chicago, UIT, McCormick Place, 10 minutes from the Loop and many neighborhood attractions. There are many public schools around the building which is convenient for families with young children. Heat, gas, water, sewer and trash are INCLUDED and air conditioning is available. Newly remodeled apartments include renovated kitchens with fabulous views of the city skyline and Lake Michigan. York Terrace offers assigned parking at $45.00-$55.00 per month. Flexible lease terms available but none of the units are furnished. Active employment verification needed. Students may have a cosigner or loans that prove an income of three times the rent. Call Ally today for unit availability! Please keep in mind that a thorough background check is conducted to ensure that no future resident has had a criminal background or evictions in their past. Residents MUST HAVE fair to good credit and they must make three times the monthly rent. The building offers studios, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments, some of which are located in duplexes near the building. Studio $847-$897 (Monthly income requirement is at least $2630.00) One bedroom $1016-$1046 ($3135.00) income requirement Two bedroom $1272-$1305 ($3915.00) income requirement Three bedroom $1360.00 ($4050.00) income requirement (Two floors of living space) Four bedroom $1480.00 ($4400.00) income requirement (Two floors of living space) SPECIALS for (Market Renters) 1 month free on 3 and 4 bedrooms move in before Jan,01,2014. There is no Security Deposit. The property uses Sure Deposit, depending upon credit approval the prospect will qualify for a deposit of $175.00 or $262.50. This is sent directly to Sure Deposit and ensures a bond of $1000.00 or $1500.00 for damages when the apartment is vacated. The building is now offering short term 6 month leases without a premium if they move in before Jan,01,2014. Every renter is required to have renters insurance the day that they move in. Available for showings and rent now. This will go fast!! Interested in setting up a showing to tour the building and the available units? If so, please feel free to email me through craigslist or call me at 414-949-0777. For those who prefer email, please inform me about the following specifics of your intended move: -What is your budget for rent? -What is the minimum and/or preferred apartment unit size you are looking to rent? -What neighborhoods are you most interested in living in and why? -When is your intended move date and exactly how flexible is it? -How many people will be moving in with you? -How many pets will be moving in with you? -Do you need parking and for how many vehicles? Please feel free to also include a section about specific in-unit, building or neighborhood amenities that you would prefer to have. Things to keep in mind: - When estimating your original budget for rent, keep in mind that most rental buildings to not include utilities. Most utilities packages that they may offer will not include electric Internet or cable, I will be priced around the hundred dollars. Therefore, you should factor in around an extra $200 for all utilities including internet and cable. - By the time you actually begin to set up apartment showings, you will have wanted to narrow down your neighborhoods of interest to just a few. It is important that you're not overwhelmed with choice during your apartment search because too many showings and they begin blurring together. When you do decide on a few neighborhoods, you should know exactly why are interested in them. What's within walking distance was in the neighborhoods? Do the conveniences properly reflect the cost of living here? How exactly would you get to work everyday? - The more flexible your move date, the better chance you have of getting exactly what you're looking for, or darn close to it. Overlapping the end of the old and the beginning of the new of the lease can sometimes lead to acquiring the best deal on a 12 month lease. - Pets, if there accepted, can add quite a bit onto your yearly costs. Remember to factor in at least an extra $300 nonrefundable security deposit per pet. Know that sometimes there's also an additional monthly fee per pack. - Indoor garage parking will cost you anywhere from $150 up to $300 depending on how close to downtown you are. Please check out other available rentals through me: http://loopapts.weebly.com Also, please feel free to contact me for general Chicago rental questions or advice.