K2 is a new construction (2013), full-amenity rental apartment building in the southwest corner of Fulton River District.
What Occupants Love
Excellent neighborhood dining options. Social/friendly neighbors. Fun pool/deck scene. Building staff and management go above and beyond. Wide selection of modern, well-maintained amenities. Excellent in-unit temperature control and shower pressure.
What Occupants Love Less
Some residents feel the rent is expensive while others cite noticeable elevator wait times.
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1-3 of 23 Units
I love K2! 24-hour concierge is really useful, especially when you need to pick up packages after office hours and to let people in to your apt when you are not there. What did you like most: 24-hour concierge. Amenities - your have everything in the building: gym, pool, bbq, printers. Security. Convenience - Bridge to Jewel Osco and 2 blocks away form Grand Blue Line Station. Community - My Fuqua friends live there! :) What did you like least: Elevator waitings -- It tooks forever! Uber gps is not working well... when you entered 365 N Halsted St GPS sends uber drivers to Kinzie St and most of the times that's a headache!
Overall a good experience. The building is new so there are few maintenance issues. When there are, the maintenance staff is on top of them and they are fixed immediately. Some of the residents remind me of lost souls of MTV spring break of years past but overall they aren't too annoying. Just smile and laugh at the winter spray tan crowd intently staring at themselves as they do endless curls in the gym. What did you like most: The location and the views. It's all about the views and proximity to West Loop hot spots. What did you like least: The front desk staff honestly sucks. They are rude and make zero effort to be courteous and respectful to residents or guests.
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