3 awesome cheap apartments in Pilsen

Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood is home to some serious deals
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In many ways, Pilsen is one of the most ideal neighborhoods to live in. Delicious food options, especially Mexican restaurants, can be found almost anywhere at a low price, park space is plentiful and the art scene abounds with galleries, shows and performances. 

Then there are the apartments. Over the years Pilsen has seen a slew of developers come in, leaving gut rehabs and new construction in their wake and giving renters the pick of the litter from more traditional offerings to others that are completely new.

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1621 S Carpenter St, Unit #103: $1,590/month

This one-bed, one-bath apartment just off Pilsen's main drag is a corner unit with a view of the surrounding neighborhood. Hardwood floors run throughout the entire layout and the kitchen has shimmering quartz counters. Also in the kitchen is a set of updated stainless steel appliances, as well as a pair of tall French doors leading to the private outdoor patio area. A heated parking garage and in-unit laundry top off this rental's amenities.
Photograph: Zumper

1621 S Carpenter St, Unit #103: $1,590/month

This one-bed, one-bath apartment just off Pilsen's main drag is a corner unit with a view of the surrounding neighborhood. Hardwood floors run throughout the entire layout and the kitchen has shimmering quartz counters. Also in the kitchen is a set of updated stainless steel appliances, as well as a pair of tall French doors leading to the private outdoor patio area. A heated parking garage and in-unit laundry top off this rental's amenities.
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Photograph: Zumper

1621 S Carpenter St, Unit #103: $1,590/month

This one-bed, one-bath apartment just off Pilsen's main drag is a corner unit with a view of the surrounding neighborhood. Hardwood floors run throughout the entire layout and the kitchen has shimmering quartz counters. Also in the kitchen is a set of updated stainless steel appliances, as well as a pair of tall French doors leading to the private outdoor patio area. A heated parking garage and in-unit laundry top off this rental's amenities.
Photograph: Zumper

1621 S Carpenter St, Unit #103: $1,590/month

This one-bed, one-bath apartment just off Pilsen's main drag is a corner unit with a view of the surrounding neighborhood. Hardwood floors run throughout the entire layout and the kitchen has shimmering quartz counters. Also in the kitchen is a set of updated stainless steel appliances, as well as a pair of tall French doors leading to the private outdoor patio area. A heated parking garage and in-unit laundry top off this rental's amenities.
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Cullerton & Loomis, Unit #CH1: $1,400/month

This apartment's building facade is characteristic of much of what's available for rent in Pilsen. The interior is another story. Bright and cozy, the lucky individual who nabs this spot will be treated to a completely gut-rehabbed apartment. The two-bed, one-bath flat comes with a couple of walk-in closets and brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher, along with a handsome row of dark cabinets. Best of all, it's a short walk from the Pink Line.
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Cullerton & Loomis, Unit #CH1: $1,400/month

This apartment's building facade is characteristic of much of what's available for rent in Pilsen. The interior is another story. Bright and cozy, the lucky individual who nabs this spot will be treated to a completely gut-rehabbed apartment. The two-bed, one-bath flat comes with a couple of walk-in closets and brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher, along with a handsome row of dark cabinets. Best of all, it's a short walk from the Pink Line.
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Photograph: Zumper

Cullerton & Loomis, Unit #CH1: $1,400/month

This apartment's building facade is characteristic of much of what's available for rent in Pilsen. The interior is another story. Bright and cozy, the lucky individual who nabs this spot will be treated to a completely gut-rehabbed apartment. The two-bed, one-bath flat comes with a couple of walk-in closets and brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher, along with a handsome row of dark cabinets. Best of all, it's a short walk from the Pink Line.
Photograph: Zumper

Cullerton & Loomis, Unit #CH1: $1,400/month

This apartment's building facade is characteristic of much of what's available for rent in Pilsen. The interior is another story. Bright and cozy, the lucky individual who nabs this spot will be treated to a completely gut-rehabbed apartment. The two-bed, one-bath flat comes with a couple of walk-in closets and brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher, along with a handsome row of dark cabinets. Best of all, it's a short walk from the Pink Line.
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Photograph: Zumper

1923 S Allport St, Unit #1: $2,100/month

If new construction is your thing, this apartment is it. Walnut-stained hardwood floors run throughout the public spaces, which are strictly contemporary modern in design. Stainless steel kitchen appliances are quickly becoming a standard in Chicago, but these are particularly nice, and coupled with the tile backsplash and mismatched white and wood cabinets, they really do shine. The master bedroom is quite spacious and has an attached master bath, and the two remaining rooms are a tad on the cozy side, making the whole package perfect for a family.
Photograph: Zumper

1923 S Allport St, Unit #1: $2,100/month

If new construction is your thing, this apartment is it. Walnut-stained hardwood floors run throughout the public spaces, which are strictly contemporary modern in design. Stainless steel kitchen appliances are quickly becoming a standard in Chicago, but these are particularly nice, and coupled with the tile backsplash and mismatched white and wood cabinets, they really do shine. The master bedroom is quite spacious and has an attached master bath, and the two remaining rooms are a tad on the cozy side, making the whole package perfect for a family.
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Photograph: Zumper

1923 S Allport St, Unit #1: $2,100/month

If new construction is your thing, this apartment is it. Walnut-stained hardwood floors run throughout the public spaces, which are strictly contemporary modern in design. Stainless steel kitchen appliances are quickly becoming a standard in Chicago, but these are particularly nice, and coupled with the tile backsplash and mismatched white and wood cabinets, they really do shine. The master bedroom is quite spacious and has an attached master bath, and the two remaining rooms are a tad on the cozy side, making the whole package perfect for a family.
Photograph: Zumper

1923 S Allport St, Unit #1: $2,100/month

If new construction is your thing, this apartment is it. Walnut-stained hardwood floors run throughout the public spaces, which are strictly contemporary modern in design. Stainless steel kitchen appliances are quickly becoming a standard in Chicago, but these are particularly nice, and coupled with the tile backsplash and mismatched white and wood cabinets, they really do shine. The master bedroom is quite spacious and has an attached master bath, and the two remaining rooms are a tad on the cozy side, making the whole package perfect for a family.
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