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Beal Begins Pre-leasing on Renovated Lakeview Apts.

Beal Properties has begun pre-leasing on newly-renovated apartments at 2900 N. Mildred Ave. in Lakeview. The privately-held real estate investment company, which owns and operates apartment properties across the North Side, began a gut rehab on the century-old 2900 N. Mildred last year.

The upgraded property reflects a wide range of improvements that the company says are typical of those undertaken at many of its properties. Located at the corner of Mildred and Diversey, a 15-minute walk from DePaul University, the property is touted as an attractive option for both students and young professionals.

Beal says the modernized apartments are expected to rent quickly in an area with extremely high demand and competitive pricing. Thirty-five of the building’s units will be move-in ready for February occupancy, while the remaining 65 units will be ready later in the year.


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