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Situated on one of Chicago's historic tree-lined boulevards, Drexel Terrace was designed in the early 20th century as a stately manor combining classical and contemporary architectural styles of its era. From the picturesque boulevard, you'll step up the romantic Greek Revival staircase, past the Grecian urns, into the newly renovated entry with its marble and mahogany trim and Tiffany style wall sconces and chandeliers. The property's features include a spacious, private back yard with parking, and close proximity to public transportation.

Pet Policy

Pets are welcomed members of apartment community and are allowed in most rental buildings. Please note that there are restrictions of certain dog breeds & monthly pet fees will apply. 

Common Amenities
Laundry Center
Parking Available
Pets Allowed
private back yard
close proximity to public transportation
contemporary architectural styles
24/7 emergency service
Apartment Amenities
Storage space
Hardwood Floors
communal space


2 Beds 1 Bath

$1,500 - $1,550/month
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Area875 - 925 sqft
Room Amenities
Hardwood Floors
Laundry Center
Pets Allowed
Parking Available
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Duration:19 month
Duration:19 month
Duration:12 month
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Cancellation Policy:-

They can cancel their lease without penalty, but they will not refund the administrative and application fees the student paid to reserve the apartment.

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