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Historic, renovated Logan Square 3BR wants $2,995/month

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It’s pricey for the neighborhood, but three-bedroom unit is spacious

Photos courtesy of Mike Hagenson, New Era Chicago

There are plenty of historic buildings along the neighborhood’s boulevards and new apartment buildings ready to rise in Logan Square. Here’s an apartment that checks quite a few boxes.

Take a look at this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Fullerton Avenue: A recent renovation in a historically protected building spanning 1,700 square feet with the right amount of vintage charm. It’s renting for $2,995 per month.

Enter through the arched double blue doors up to a unit that features king-sized bedrooms, a vintage vanity, exposed brick, a bonus den area, a spacious south-facing deck, and lots of natural light. When the developers were renovating the property they discovered an attic space which allowed them to raise the ceilings up to 14 feet making the space feel more like a cathedral than an apartment, according to Mike Hagenson of New Era Chicago.

The apartment is located above the permanently closed Acapulco Night Club and steps away from Park and Field. It’s about a mile from The 606 Trail and a 15-minute walk to the Logan Square Blue Line station.