Handsome corner brick building in West Chatham, comprised of nine rehabbed apartments with an attractive unit mix - three 5/2/1 apartments, two 4/1/1 apartments, and four 3/1/1 apartments. All apartments have undergone extensive rehab, and all major components and mechanicals have been updated. Classic vintage common hallways, some original woodwork and moldings intact, hardwood flooring, lots of natural light from plentiful large windows, and transitional updated kitchens and bathrooms. Newer porches overlook a secure rear courtyard for tenants' use. There is ample street parking. West Chatham is one of Chicago's most convenient commuter neighborhoods, well-served by public transportation (35 minutes to the Loop by current CTA options, soon to be even speedier). Ground-breaking at the long-awaited Auburn Park Metra station at 79th St and Lowe Ave occurred in Summer 2022, with completion expected in 2024. The $35 million station will run along the Rock Island line, north to the Loop or south into the southwest suburbs. The new ADA-accessible station will have a plaza with bicycle racks, 84-space parking lot with kiss-n-ride drop off area, attractive vendor building, and 480-foot-long platform with two shelters and a chemical-free snow melt system. The 79th St bus, Chicago's busiest route, is a block away and runs from the lakefront to the city's western limits. For drivers and bicyclists, there are multiple expressway (20 minutes to Loop) and scenic bike route (60 minutes to Loop) access points. For driving commuters, the building is situated near the confluence of interstate expressway junctions for easy access to all south and southwest Chicago suburbs, Indiana, and Michigan. Neighborhood anchor West Chatham Park, developed after World War II, is a block away. The park's 14 acres offer a clubroom building for classes and gatherings, interactive spray pool, playground, baseball & softball diamonds, and basketball & tennis courts.