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New Kids On The Block: The Newest Chicago Apartment Communities That Should Be On Your Radar Right Now

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New Kids On The Block: The Newest Chicago Apartment Communities To Put On Your Apartment Hunting List Now

1333 South Wabash

This brand new addition to the popular South Loop neighborhood is a design-enthusiast’s dream.  From the building exterior to the amenity spaces to the apartments themselves, each space has been thoughtfully configured and decorated.  The one detail we can’t get enough of is the gorgeous kitchens.  Minimalistic, handsome and functional with open concept floorplans that are perfect for entertaining.  1333 South Wabash began welcoming their first move-ins in mid-August, so now if your chance to go take a look for yourself and become one of the first residents to call this gorgeous community home.


1545 West North Apartments

Comprised of 30 residential units and retail space, this mixed-use Wicker Park apartment community is among a number of developments seeking to bring new life to this location.  1545 West North features secured, on-site parking, is pet-friendly and almost every apartment features private outdoor space in the form of a terrace, balcony or deck.  This thoughtfully designed apartment community has a boutique feel with true attention to detail but there are only so many apartments to go around so don’t sleep on this one!


MiCA Apartments

A little further up the road in the Logan Square area, MiCA‘s two triangular shaped buildings are livening up their surrounding neighborhood with sleek new studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments.  Top of the line finishes and features in the apartments themselves, combined with a number of amenities including an expansive rooftop deck and retail on the ground floor make this a welcome addition to the area.  First move-ins begin October 1.


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About The Author


As a renter herself with a keen interest in Psychology, Madeline understands the emotional journey of apartment hunting and the joys of apartment living. This combined with her experience in the multifamily industry has given her some unique insights into the mind of both the renter and the property manager and has helped shape the content she creates and shares here everyday. In her spare time, Madeline can be found re-arranging her apartment, cuddling with her kitties, singing and dancing in the kitchen or whipping up a plant-based meal.

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