Bright and spacious 2-story loft w/ brick and beautiful timber ceilings in burgeoning S. Loop at the highly sought after Bicycle Station Lofts. Huge 20 foot ceilings in main living area w/ fireplace. Large 1 bedroom w/ 2 bathrooms has deeded PRIVATE/INDIVIDUAL deeded garage included! Granite counter tops, wood floors, and stainless steel appliances. Tons of storage (walk-in storage closet, walk-in bedroom closet, private garage and a storage locker w/ bike room). Unit has a very spacious, private patio great for grilling. Fitness center on 1st floor. Restaurants, bars, museums, Soldier Field, shopping, and bus & train stations.
Water, Common Insurance, TV/Cable, Exercise Facilities, Exterior Maintenance, Scavenger, Snow Removal, Internet Access
This listing 1632 South Indiana Avenue #106 Chicago, Il 60616
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 1 bedroom and approximately 1,100 square feet. 1632 South Indiana Avenue #106 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60616.
It has been listed on our site since 10/12/18.
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