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Essex Realty Group has brought a three-apartment property to market in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood

Essex Brings Lincoln Park Apartments to Market 

Essex Realty Group has listed 1928 N. Sheffield Ave., a three-unit apartment building in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. It’s within walking distance to Lincoln Yards & DePaul University’s main campus, both of which are substantial neighborhood drivers. The property is listed for $1,395,000. 

The well-maintained property features hardwood floors; quartz, granite or butcher block counters; stainless steel appliances; central heat and air conditioning; exposed brick walls; and private decks. The two front units feature in-unit laundry while the coach house’s private laundry is in the garage. The two-car garage also has additional space for storage. 

“Properties rarely trade hands near the prominent corner of Sheffield and Armitage – even rarer when they have such an attractive and large unit mix,” said Essex director Abe Eilian. “The property is unique in that any one of these three apartments would make for a great owner’s unit.” 


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