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Cadence Apartment Development Near Medical District Unveils New Photos

New luxury rental community Cadence Apartments unveiled its residential and amenity offerings with new interior photos. Located at 2050 W. Ogden St., leasing is underway for the 11-story complex, which offers studio to two-bedroom floor plans in the Illinois Medical District, near Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood and The University of Illinois Chicago.

“Cadence brings thoughtful luxury apartments to the heart of IMD, setting a new standard for the area,” said Eileen Rhodes at East Lake, the developer and manager for the property. “With sleek design, modern finishes, and a smart use of space, these residences will welcome home many of our city’s medical professionals, and our team is extremely proud of the project and commitment to the Illinois Medical District.” 

The property is now more than 25% leased and expected to be fully leased by the end of the summer. 


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