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5471-73 S. Ridgewood


5471-73 S Ridgewood Ct Chicago, IL

2 Bed
1 Bath

755 Sq. Ft.

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2 Beds • 1 Bath
755 ft2
1 Available
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Hardwood Floors
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Lease Length: 12
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Welcome to one of Chicago’s most celebrated communities! Home to a globally-renown university and a former president of the United States, Hyde Park is locally known as a hub for intellectuals and cultural enthusiasts. In part thanks to the constant influx of students, the neighborhood has historically been very socially and politically active. Aside from that unique characteristic, residents are also very lucky to live in such an iconic place, where buildings from the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 still remain and a plethora of green spaces and historic districts abound. Stroll over the Garden of the Phoenix on a sunny day, support local business by popping in and buying a gift or two for loved ones, or take one of many CTA buses, trains, or the Metra Electric Line to explore other parts of the city. Hyde Park is also a biker’s paradise, making it a pleasure to get to know both the community itself, or venture out beyond its boundaries.

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Total Unit Count: 6
Last Updated: Updated over 1 month ago
Contact Number: (847) 324-8938
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Cagan Management Group
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Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Provider Max Download Speed (Mbps) Max Upload Speed (Mbps)
Comcast Corporation 987.0 35.0
AT&T Inc. 100.0 20.0
ViaSat, Inc. 35.0 3.0
Hughes Network Systems, LLC 25.0 3.0
AT&T Inc. 25.0 2.0
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Hyde Park
Cultural Diversity Combined with a Campus Vibe in Chicago’s Hyde Park

In 1853 a real estate speculator, Paul Cornell, bought 300 acres of land between 51st and 55th Streets along Lake Michigan’s shore. The land was a mere seven miles south of Chicago’s downtown. His intent was to convince Chicago businessmen to build homes for their families, and Hyde Park became a suburb for wealthy city dwellers who wanted to leave the noise and overcrowding of a growing city. In 1857 the Hyde Park House was built. It was an extremely high-end hotel built on the shore of Lake Michigan. Mary Todd Lincoln spent the summer of 1865 there with her children. The hotel burned down in 1879 and The Sisson Hotel was built there in 1918, eventually becoming converted to condominiums. In 1889 the City of Chicago annexed Hyde Park and in 1891 the University of Chicago was established with money from John D. Rockefeller, eventually laying claim to 89 Nobel Prize laureates. In 1893 the World’s Columbian Exposition was held in Hyde Park. The fair brought an influx of new residents which would give rise to the development of a more urban feel in the community. All but one of the structures built for the fair were temporary. The remaining building is Charles Atwood’s Palace of Fine Arts which has become the Museum of Science and Industry, the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere. The neighborhoods’ 89 Nobel winners include President Barack Obama.
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To comfortably afford an apartment, we recommend having at least three times your monthy rent in gross household income.
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5471-73 S. Ridgewood Rent vs. Chicago Average

 5471-73 S. Ridgewood      Chicago Average

5471-73 S. Ridgewood is asking 23% less than the average 2 bedroom apartment in Chicago.

If you upsized to an average priced Chicago 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 28% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Chicago 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 22% less per month.

5471-73 S. Ridgewood provides 24% less square footage than the average Chicago 2 bedroom apartment.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
5471-73 S. Ridgewood
2BR $1,775 $2.40 $5,325
Chicago Average
Studio $1,440 $3.10 $4,321
1BR $1,890 $2.70 $5,669
2BR $2,303 $2.30 $6,909
3BR $3,178 $2.40 $9,533
4BR $3,447 $1.90 $10,341

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 4,163 1BR units on the market in Chicago. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

22% 36% 29% 11% 2%
Available Units in Chicago
Studio 2,546
1BR 4,163
2BR 3,425
3BR 1,264
4BR 241
Nearby Colleges
Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Regenstein Library 0.4 mi 8 min 3 min 2 min
Reynolds Club 0.7 mi 14 min 6 min 3 min
Stagg Field 0.9 mi 17 min 6 min 2 min
U of Chicago Medicine Emerygency Room 1.0 mi 20 min 6 min 2 min
Nearby Hospitals
Name Distance
U Of Chicago Medicine Emerygency Room 0.74 mi.
The University Of Chicago Medical Center 0.8 mi.
Provident Hospital Of Cook County 1.18 mi.
Nearby Fire Stations
Name Distance
Woodlawn Fire Protection District 1.21 mi.
Chicago Fire Department 2.89 mi.
New Douglas Community Volunteer Fire Department 3.29 mi.
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?
This property has 1 unit available for move-in now.
What's the square footage of the available units?
It's 755 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 2 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
5471-73 S. Ridgewood has a 2 bedroom unit starting at $1,775.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 5471-73 S Ridgewood Ct in Chicago, IL. It's 11.1 miles southeast from the center of Chicago.
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