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1939 N. Lincoln

1939 N. Lincoln Chicago, IL

3.6 22 reviews
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Updated 21 days ago
$875 - $895
1 Bath
July 2017 rent is free. Please call for details. *Prices and promotions are subject to change.
Where you'll live
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Walk Score®
Walker's Paradise
Transit Score®
Excellent Transit
Bike Score®
Biker's Paradise
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Studio • 1 Bath
$875 - $895
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1 Available
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1 Bed • 1 Bath
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2 Beds • 2 Bath
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On-site Laundry
Air Conditioning
Trash Removal Included
Walk In Closets
Public Transportation
Cable Included
Internet Included
Hardwood Floors
Water Included
Great City And Lakefront Views
Intercom System
Secured Entry
Online Community Portal
High-speed Internet
Accepts Credit Cards
Near Grocery Store
Virtual Walkthrough
Range / Oven
Vintage Building
Online Payments
Complimentary Internet And Directv Programming Amenity
Living Room
Ceiling Fans
Recently Renovated
24-hour Maintenance
Fees & leasing info
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Off-street Parking
Lease & Fees
Lease Length: 12 Month Lease Term
Property details

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Two and a half words: mac n' cheese. This is how it always starts at Stanley's Kitchen & Tap, a true Chicago gastronomic icon. So good is this Midwest-with-a-Southern-twist restaurant and bar that countless pro athletes and famous actors and musicians continue to stream in for what is now going on 17+ years. For further evidence, consult Forbes, Travel + Leisure and Maxim.

Now wait until you see the menu at 1939 North Lincoln. A fixture along Lincoln Avenue, this vintage seven-story residence serves up hardwood floors, kitchens with maple cabinets and new appliances, spacious walk-in closets and individual climate control, as well as on-the-house amenities such as internet & DirecTV Programming, natural gas, water and city views. Plus you'll be mere blocks from the heart of the park, the zoo, lakefront and beach. Talk about home cooking.

It can b yours to savor...

Office Hours
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM or By Appointment
Monday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Additional Details
Year Built: 1931
Total Unit Count: 55
Last Updated: 21 days ago
Contact Number: (773) 985-1667
Emergency Services
Name Type Distance
Old Town Fire Station 0.76 miles
Gold Coast Fire Station 0.77 miles
Oak Meadows Fire Station 1.18 miles
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes, there is 1 unit available at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
There are no units with move-in dates in the next 2 months.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 1939 N. Lincoln in Chicago, IL. It's 2.4 miles southeast from the center of Chicago.
By Brooke R., July 10, 2017
This is my second year living with BJB Properties. The first year I lived at 1939 N Lincoln and loved it. Great location, friendly staff and cozy apartment....

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By Elly W., June 08, 2017
I moved to Chicago for law school a year ago and BJB was by far the easiest company to work with. I flew here for a weekend and saw over 8 units with them...

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Rent report
Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Chicago Average
Studio $1,292 $2.90 $3,876
1BR $1,773 $2.50 $5,319
2BR $2,375 $2.30 $7,126
3BR $2,719 $2.00 $8,158
4BR $2,818 $1.70 $8,453

Availability in Chicago

In order to find the best deal, you need to know what types of units are available. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

There are currently 5,852 1BR units on the market in Chicago. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Chicago
Studio 4,093
1BR 5,852
2BR 3,760
3BR 1,171
4BR 209
Property manager information
BJB Properties
Neighborhood: Old Town
Thriving Nightlife Paired with Eclectic Shops and Restaurants in Chicago’s Old Town

The area referred to as Old Town was home to many Native American Nations including members of the Illinois, Miami and Potawatomi. After the 1833 Treaty of Chicago most indigenous peoples were forcibly removed. The land was then settled by German Catholic immigrants. Although there is no legal entity called Old Town, the people who live there regard the northern border as North Avenue and the neighborhood continues south to Division Street. The East edge is LaSalle Street and heads west to Halsted. Old Town has many historic buildings, including St. Michael’s Church, one of only seven buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire. In 1924 Henry Gerber established the first gay-rights group, the Society for Human Rights, and his home has since been designated as both a Chicago Landmark and a National Historic Landmark. The 1950s saw an influx of Puerto Ricans that emigrated to Chicago. In the 60s and 70s Old Town became a center for folk musicians. The Old Town School of Folk Music was located on North Avenue until its move to Armitage Street in 1968.
Nearby Colleges

Harold Washington College

International Academy of Design and Technology-Chicago

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Robert Morris University Chicago

DeVry University-Illinois

Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Wish Field 1.0 mi 20 min 9 min 3 min
Meyer Fitness and Rec Center 1.0 mi 20 min 7 min 3 min
Lincoln Park Student Center 1.1 mi 21 min 9 min 3 min
Richardson Library 1.2 mi 24 min 8 min 3 min
DePaul University Quad 1.3 mi 24 min 10 min 3 min
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