Logan Square is arguably the most in-demand neighborhood of the city. The proliferation of new restaurants, bars, and stores over the recent past attracts an astounding mix of patrons which creates a diverse and eclectic community. 1936 Albany is right in the middle of it all, located around the corner from Scofflaw, walking distance to Ground Control! and just down street from Parson’s Chicken. Logan Square is characterized by beautiful old greystone buildings and wide, green boulevards that are quintessentially Chicago.
1936 Albany includes high-end contemporary Italian cabinets by Ernestomeda and Antonio Lupi with bathrooms featuring glass counter tops. The home is incredibly bright and open, a direct result of the 10’ ceilings on the first floor and floor to ceiling windows. The first floor is also covered in wide plank white oak hardwood. In addition to a beautiful master suite that includes an extra-large walk-in closet, the second floor provides a laundry room and 2 additional bedrooms.