4321 N Tripp Ave Apartments

Overview

4321 N Tripp Ave is a multi-family building (1915) in the heart of Old Irving Park.

What Occupants Love

Numerous commuting options, ample parking space.

What Occupants Love Less

Management could be more responsive, lack of dining and nightlife in the surrounding area.

Nearby 4321 N Tripp Ave

Nearest Grocery Store : Albany Park Grocery (24 minute walk)
Nearest Convenience Store : 7-Eleven (8 minute walk)
Nearest Public Transportation : Blue Line - Montrose (12 minute walk)

Amenities

  • In-Unit Laundry

Reviews

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2 Units Available

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2 Beds
1.0 Bath
700 Sqft.
$1295/month

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    Spectacular 2 Bedroom apartment available 08/23/2016. Reach out today!

    2 Beds
    2.0 Baths
    1100 Sqft.
    $1773/month

    $1773/month

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      4321 N Tripp Ave Detailed Reviews

      2 reviews

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      Neighborhood/Community

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      In-Unit Experience

      Property Mangement

      Amenities

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      Fair- nice building in a safe neighborhood with numerous commuting options, which is key as I work in the city and north/western suburbs on alternate days. Unit renovations were also very nice. What do you like most: Overall while I do not live in the most ""desirable"" Chicago neighborhood if measured by trendiness, nightlife, or amenities, I enjoy Old Irving Park due to its great highway and CTA location (right by I-90/94 split and blue line), which equals an easy commute to downtown and O'Hare. Parking is also hassle free in comparison to lakefront neighborhoods. While I wish the neighborhood had more restaurants, bars, attractions, I'm not far from hotspots such as Wicker Park and Lincoln Square/Ravenswood. Most importantly the neighborhood is safe and quiet. With regards to my apartment, the unit is recently renovated and when repairs are needed, they are generally timely. What do you like least: Even though the building was recently gutted just a few years ago, there have been numerous issues with the heat, washer/dryer, plumbing. Management is also sometimes challenging to deal with if questions on rent changes are brought up, especially since there is no direct landlord in the building (property management owns about 5-10 buildings in the Northwest side of the city).

      Neighborhood/Community Overall

      What city/state did you move from?

      Chicago,IL

      How's the neighborhood nightlife?

      Ok-one or two decent spots

      What about nearby dining options?

      Ok-one or two decent spots

      In-Unit Experience Overall

      How is the unit's temperature control?

      Excellent-set it and forget it

      How is the shower pressure?

      Excellent

      How is the internet/Wi-Fi connection?

      Good

      Building/Amenities Overall

      How 'nice'/well-maintained is the communal space?

      NA

      How expansive are the offerings at the gym?

      NA

      Are there waits for the elevator?

      NA

      How would you describe the building's vibe?

      Private/distant

      Doormen/Security Overall

      If there are doormen/superintendents, are they courteous and helpful?

      NA

      Do you feel 'safe' in the building?

      Yes

      Management Overall

      If you have ever interacted with building management, how would you describe them?

      They’re ok

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      Functional - no real complaints but not exactly what I want at the moment. I don't particularly like living in buildings owned by management companies.

      What did you like most?

      The neighborhood - Irving Park is one of the most diverse in the City of Chicago.

      What did you like least?

      Dealing with management companies. I find that they are less personable and understanding than dealing with a single person.

      Neighborhood/Community Overall

      What city/state did you move from?

      Chicago,IL

      How's the neighborhood nightlife?

      Ok - one or two decent spots

      What about nearby dining options?

      Great - a variety of options

      In-Unit Experience Overall

      How is the unit's temperature control?

      Ok - can get a bit too hot or cold

      How is the shower pressure?

      Excellent

      How is the internet/Wi-Fi connection?

      Excellent

      Building/Amenities Overall

      How 'nice'/well-maintained is the communal space?

      NA

      How expansive are the offerings at the gym?

      NA

      Are there waits for the elevator?

      NA

      How would you describe the building's vibe?

      Mixed bag

      Doormen/Security Overall

      If there are doormen/superintendents, are they courteous and helpful?

      NA

      Do you feel 'safe' in the building?

      Yes

      Management Overall

      If you have ever interacted with building management, how would you describe them?

      Good

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