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3818 Schubert Ave. apartments Logan Square neighborhood Chicago

Essex Realty’s Multack Markets Two Value-Add Opportunities

Essex Realty Group has been selected to market two multifamily properties in the North Side’s Logan Square neighborhood, 3818 W. Schubert Ave. and 3735 W. Diversey Ave. They’re listed at $1,350,000 and $1,375,000, respectively, and are being marketed as value-add opportunities 

Director Jordan Multack is handling the listings for both properties. 3818 W. Schubert is a six-unit apartment property directly across the street from Kosciuszko Park, while 3735 W. Diversey is comprised of six two-bed/1one-bath units and one large three-bed/two-bath unit.  

“Both properties offer investors unique opportunities to purchase two professionally cared for properties that feature thoughtful upgrades and modest rents,” said Multack. ‘Schubert is a sun-drenched corner property directly across the street from Kosciuszko Park and Diversey is a beautiful Victorian-looking frame property blocks away from flourishing Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Blue Line CTA Stop.” 


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