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1400 E 55th Pl

1400 E 55th PlChicago, IL
Hyde Park

1400 E 55th Pl Apartments

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1400 E 55th Pl Overview and Highlights


1400 E 55th Pl, located in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, has convenient access to many of the city’s top attractions. The building offers studio, convertible, one, two, and three-bedroom units in a variety of floor plans. The average price of a 1-bedroom apartment is $1,800 (based on availability from the last 3 months). 1400 E 55th Pl features impressive amenities, including a swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and on-site parking. 1400 E 55th Pl is also dog-friendly.


1400 E 55th PlChicago, IL

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Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Fitness Center
Outdoor Pool
Storage Room

Average rating of 3.0 based on 2 reviews


Moved In Aug 2014
from Madison, WI
It has everything I really cared about, but not everything I might have wanted.
What did you like most?
It's a fairly affordable but nice unit in Hyde Park, and you get a fair amount of square footage for what you pay (though it's a condo so rent prices can vary). I can park my car here, I haven't had pest problems, and maintenance requests have been handled promptly. Building security pretty much does its job. The mail and laundry rooms are nice to have as well. Basically, it gives me everything I really cared about. It's also usually pretty quiet, and if someone's blasting music at 2 AM you can call building security on them.
What did you like least?
It's an old building, and although it's well-maintained (most units anyway), it lacks some amenities and has some quirks. My bedroom door doesn't close (sticks a couple inches away), and there's no outlet in the bathroom. The fuses are rated sufficiently low that I can't run a hair dryer. (That's the only thing I can't run, though; I can run a microwave, space heater, etc.) No dishwasher. I also wish I could control my own thermostat, but at least I have two window air units, and temperature control hasn't been a big deal. Finally, parking spaces are kind of tight...but I have an underground garage spot (which I pay $135/month for).


1 bedroom
Moved In Aug 2014
from New York, NY
Building is incredibly old and condominium board has many outdated rules that lead to fines. There is no temperature control in the individual units to turn the heat up or down. The outdoor pool can only be access after paying a fee. The laundry machines are old and poorly functioning. However, the unit itself is solid and the landlord/maintenance team responds relatively quickly to requests. The building is very secure and I always feel safe once inside even though the neighborhood itself is not the safest.
What did you like most?
Security/safety of the building
What did you like least?
The difficulty in working with the building management and lack of responsiveness of the landlord.


Hyde Park

Hyde Park Chicago— known for hosting the World’s Fair of 1893— effortlessly mixes history and modernity. As the childhood home of former president Barack Obama, this neighborhood is often touted as the ‘home of bright minds.’ The University of Chicago is located within this neighborhood, bringing eager students and researchers to the area. The Hyde Park neighborhood bursts with life not only because of its college campus but also from its multiple parks and natural spaces. All the while, Hyde Park actively maintains its origins via soulful restaurants and nightlife!

With public art and museums at every turn, you’ll be sure to learn something new here! While committed to its history, Hyde Park is equally focused on innovation. Home to a strong sense of community and strong educational opportunities, it’s easy to see why this is one of Chicago’s most sought-after neighborhoods.

The vibrant population of Hyde Park will have you always feeling excited to go out and seize the day! With tons of exhibits, eateries, and entertainment options– there’s never a dull moment in this neighborhood. If you ever need a breather, you can always wander through Washington or Jackson Park. Promontory Point, in particular, offers breathtaking views of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is 1 unit available at 1400 E 55th Pl, as of 11 hours ago.
The average price of a studio apartment at 1400 E 55th Pl is $1,600 per month, and the average price of a 1-bedroom apartment at 1400 E 55th Pl is $1,800 per month (Average price is calculated using the latest three months of rates).
1400 E 55th Pl is located in the Nightlife Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.
Prices & availability for 1400 E 55th Pl were updated 11 hours ago.
It is unclear if apartments at 1400 E 55th Pl have in-unit laundry, however, the building does have on-site laundry facilities.
Yes! You can reach out here to get in touch with a Locator and see virtual tours, videos of specific units, and get more information on individual units.
1400 E 55th Pl has 2 reviews on our site, with a total score of 3/5 stars.
No, 1400 E 55th Pl does not allow cats.
Yes, 1400 E 55th Pl generally allows dogs. However, you should confirm with each individual unit.


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