750 N Dearborn St is a full-amenity rental building (1981) in River North.
What Occupants Love
Excellent selection of nearby dining and nightlife, great temperature control. Some residents note that you get a lot for a great price.
What Occupants Love Less
Some of the units needed updating, longer than normal elevator waits.
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1-3 of 9 Units
This building has provided very good value over the past three years. What did you like: The location in River North and the view (from inside or on the balcony) are both outstanding. The convenience is great as well. The door and maintenance staff is friendly and prompt in responding to any issues, and I've always had a good relationship with the management team. What did you like less: The temperature control could be better, though I understand that the current system is standard for buildings constructed in the 1980s. Also, the one downside of the location (which is not unique to this particular building) is its position at the intersection of common routes for emergency vehicles, meaning that sirens are frequent.
Asbury Plaza was by far the most bang for your buck in the most sought after neighborhood in Chicago - River North. It was right on the edge of Gold Coast as well, so I got the best of both worlds. Just a short walk from any restaurant, store and night life. The building itself was built in the 80s but is being upgraded, and has tons of amenities and square footage. I'm biased on the management team, because I was also the Assistant Manager. What did you like: Location location location. It's all that matters in Chicago! What did you like less: Some apartments were very 80s, but they also cost less. So for people who didn't care as much about how their apartment looked, it was worth it. I suppose the pool deck was rather small for a 384 unit building, but it was pretty underutilized as well.
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