Newberry Plaza

1030 N State St, Chicago, IL

 (9)

Available Units

Building

Overview

1030 North State Street is an old construction (1974), full-amenity condo building in the heart of Gold Coast.

Address

1030 N State St, Chicago IL

What Occupants Love

Great selection of dining and nightlife options. Fantastic views and proximity to the beach. Easy access to CTA lines. Doormen go above and beyond.

What Occupants Love Less

Moderate elevator wait times. Some residents feel the building management could be a bit more accommodating and that the building itself is a bit dated.

Built

1974

Building Type

Condo


Amenities

Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Parking
Fitness Center
Storage Room
Bike Room
Business Center
Event Room

Location

Neighborhood

Gold Coast

Nearest Grocery Store

Treasure Island Foods (5-minute walk)

Nearest Convenience Store

7-Eleven (2-minute walk)

Nearest Public Transportation

Red Line - Chicago - 5 min walk


Reviews

Total Reviews

9

Overall

4.11 / 5

Apurva
Aug 2015

Definitely and older crowd of people, but I love my building and am happy in it!

Colleen
Jul 2015

Great!

Courtney
Jul 2015

I rent a condo from a friend of mine, so the landlord experience is great. They have onsite maintenance so if something breaks it can be quickly and easily fixed. The building management is kind of annoying. They don't let you move in on weekends and have a lot of random rules. My fiance moved in with me and it was kind of a hassle. I don't have to interact with them much, so the overall experience is still great. You can't beat the location -- beach, bars, restaurants, grocery store, L, river north, old town all within walking distance

What did you like most?

The location and view of the lake i have from my apartment

What did you like least?

management company

Daniel W.
Jul 2015

Overall, this was an enjoyable living experience for me. The unit itself was easily the best part - panoramic views of downtown Chicago and Oak Street beach. We hosted friends often and had a great time. That said, the building residents are kind of a mixed bag - thin walls led to multiple (in my opinion, unfair) noise complaints. We also had issues with neighbors being too loud on weeknights. Building charged residents for access to the pool on weekends and nickel and dimed us on move out. Neighborhood was solid initially - lots of time spent at bars and restaurants at Clark and Division, but the "college 2.0" appeal wore off rather quickly. Would have loved a few more quick service restaurants in the area - ate at Chipotle and Corner Bakery a ton. Proximity of Oak Street Beach / Lakeshore Drive was a huge plus and more than offset the immediate surrounding area. Nearby grocery store and red line is a slightly uncomfortable distance away for the middle of winter. Definitely led me to cook and go out less than anticipated. Management wasn't terribly responsive to work requests. Laundry room got very crowded on weekends.

What did you like most?

In-unit experience (fantastic views!) and proximity to Oak Street Beach.

What did you like least?

Mediocre neighborhood feel. Other residents were really a mixed bag and very sensitive to younger renters.

Mike
Jul 2015

Mediocore

What did you like most?

Convenient location, friendly staff

What did you like least?

Horrible management office, older amenities


Fees

Resident Responsible for

Water, Gas, Trash, Heat, Cable/Internet, Electricity


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What size home are you looking for?

What's your monthly budget?

$2,000

When are you planning to move?

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