2455 N. Ashland is a residental 3-flat located in Chicago's Lincoln Park, offering residents spacious apartments at rents that are lower than most comparably sized apartments in the area. The building's two and three bedroom apartments were fully rehabbed in 2000, and all come with modern amenities including outdoor decks, in-unit laundry, and free satellite TV and Internet service in all rooms.
The building is a three story residential apartment building (3-flat), with two three-bedroom units on the 1st and 2nd floors, and a two-bedroom unit on the 3rd floor. Built in 1891, the building was fully rehabbed in 2000 in order to meet the demands of today's rental market. All of the apartments were redesigned to maximize available space, especially in the bedrooms and living rooms. Hardwood floors, modern appliances, central A/C and heat, in-unit washer/dryers, and ready-to-use satellite TV and Internet connections are just some of the features that differentiate 2455 N. Ashland from similarly priced rental apartments in Lincoln Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.
2455 N. Ashland (map) is just south of Altgeld Street, on the east side of Ashland Avenue. The building is located in the western portion of Lincoln Park, in a neighborhood sometimes referred to as DePaul because of the proximity of DePaul University.
It is convenient to public transportation, with the CTA Red, Brown and Purple lines (at Fullerton station) and Metra Union Pacific North and Northwest lines (at Clybourn station) all just a 10-15 minute walk away. The CTA #9 Ashland bus route also stops right outside the front door. If you prefer to travel by car, the building is under a mile from the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94,) and it usually only takes a couple of minutes to get a taxi on Ashland.
Named for the 1,200 acre park that runs five miles along the Lake Michigan shoreline from Ardmore Avenue down to North Avenue, Lincoln Park is considered the heart of Chicago's north side. It is bordered on the east by the park, on the north by Diversey Parkway, on the west by the Chicago River and on the south by North Avenue.