Completely renovated 6 unit building in West Town. All the units have been upgraded with hardwood floors; granite countertops; stainless appliances; hvac; plumbing; electrical; and each unit has a private terrace. Never any vacancies in demanding location. Brick building near transportation and dining. OPPORTUNITY TO INCREASE RENTS.
This listing 1743 West Erie Street Chicago, Il 60622
is a multi family 5+ listing
. 1743 West Erie Street was built in 1890. 1743 West Erie Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60622.
It has been listed on our site since 1/9/19.
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West town is one of Chicago’s largest communities, comprising all or parts of 11 neighborhoods, including some of Chicago’s liveliest and most exciting. There’s always something to do in West Town. With hip and eclectic music halls like Double Door, Empty Bottle and Congress Theater, you’re sure to find great live music any day of the week. West Town is also known for...
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