At 508 W. Diversey Parkway, No. 508 is the newest addition to Chicago’s northern neighborhoods inventory of high-end rental residences. The 53-unit boutique building is expected to begin pre-leasing one-, two-, and three bedroom floor plans later this year.
No. 508 Lincoln Park Apartments
Meticulously designed by Gary Lee Partners, the residences of No. 508 feature warm, natural materials with a minimalist aesthetic. Each apartment features wood flooring throughout, high-end appliances, quartz countertops, and floor-to-ceiling windows with electric solar shades by J Gieger.
No. 508 offers residents a rare peace of mind born from ownership’s commitment to its tenants. Broder, the developer and property management for No. 508, goes above and beyond to ensure residents are in good hands, saying “Live here and you’ll notice our attention to detail, our commitment to connectivity, and our friendly, can-do attitude. Whenever and however we can help, it’s always our pleasure.”
Building services at No. 508 include: pet concierge, courtesy bikes, Mobile Doorman app, package delivery lockers, Pressbox dry cleaning, and electric car charging. In addition, these LEED platinum designed Lincoln Park apartments provide a wide range of building amenities, created for convenience and comfort. Keeping things clean is a breeze because No. 508 includes washing stations for your dog, car, and bikes. Steps from Lake Michigan, the building’s rooftop terrace features lovely views, lounge seating, grilling equipment, firepit, and outdoor sound system. The 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness center offers on-demand virtual training and an outdoor workout deck area, perfect for sunrise yoga.
Living in Lincoln Park
No. 508’s location grants easy access to the lakefront and a variety of neighborhood destinations. From quick errand runs at Mariano’s or Target to evenings out at Ceres’ Table, Sapori Trattoria, or Kingston Mines, Lincoln Park’s best are steps away. Shopping in the neighborhood includes: Unabridged Book Store, Reckless Records, Foursided, Akira, Express, and Banana Republic. Near the corner of Diversey and Clark, there are endless dining options around No. 508; Pars Cove and Da Lobsta are on your doorstop and just down the street you have Nando’s Peri-Peri,Renaldi’s Pizza, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, and Bar Pastoral. Warmer weather brings outdoor activities: take a run or walk along Lake Michigan, pack a picnic for Lincoln Park, stop by the Diversey Driving Range, or soak up the sun at North Avenue Beach.
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