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Essex Realty Markets Portfolio Near Loyola Campus

Essex Realty Group has listed a 27-unit portfolio in two corner apartment buildings a block from each other in the North Side’s Edgewater neighborhood. The portfolio is offered for sale at a combined price of $5,819,000 or may be acquired as individual properties. 

Nicknamed the Loyola Portfolio for its proximity to Loyola University, the offering includes 13 units at 1214-24 W. Rosemont Ave. and 14 units at 6257 N. Lakewood Ave. A value-add opportunity exists for an investor to purchase these properties and either continue to operate the properties as-is or renovate them to include modern finishes. 

“The ‘Loyola Portfolio’ presents an investor with a rare opportunity to acquire immediate scale in this highly sought-after market just a couple of blocks away from Loyola University Chicago’s main campus,” said Matt Feo, Essex director and listing agent for the properties. 

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