2401 N. Janssen St.–The Other Side of Lincoln Park

2401 N. Janssen

2401 N. Janssen

Many folks forget that Lincoln Park isn’t bordered on the west by Clark St.–or even Sheffield Ave. In fact, the neighborhood extends west for quite some distance, and those who are looking for a quiet place that is still close to the action might consider 2401 N. Janssen St. This 24-unit, four-story building is located right where Janssen St. intersects with busy Fullerton Ave., making it a prime spot for those who are on the go. It’s close to DePaul University, Clark St. shops, Lincoln Ave. bars and restaurants, and the Fullerton CTA station.

Amenities included three-bedroom, two-bathroom units, 30-ft. wide corner units, heated tandem parking, an elevator, a common roof deck, cherry kitchen cabinets, mahogany floors, marble in the master bathrooms, and perhaps most importantly, 42-inch plasma TVs. Prices range from about $350,000 to about $700,000.

If you’ve been looking for a place that’s off the beaten path, but still within seeing distance of said path, 2401 N. Janssen may be for you. The western have of Lincoln Park is quieter and more residential than the eastern path, which means this building might be inviting for young families or young professionals. It’s proximity to DePaul ensures that there will always be a youthful, eclectic flavor to the area.

If you’re tired of cramp quarters near the lake, and you want to spread your wings without leaving Lincoln Park behind, this could be the building for you.

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