Lasalle Apartment

★☆☆☆☆
  • 1140 N La Salle Dr

    Chicago, IL 60610

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  • 312-440-6968

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If the huge billboard advertising unsold units isn't bad enough, and you've also managed to ignore the other assorted signs which litter the entryway and yard, then here are a few other things which I'd like to warn you about.

1. Miniature Tubs. For all of you people out there who like to take baths, this place is not for you. While the units do have actual porcelain tubs, these tubs are of a special variety. They were created for little people. That's right, these tubs are half the size of normal tubs.
2. Minimal Closet Space. Cutesy girls beware! You will not have enough closet space. I only have one closet.
3. Small Units. Studios range from 300-340 square feet. 1 Bedrooms might go up to 450.
4. Kitchens to Die For. Yes, I thought I'd put a pun on this one. My kitchen has no modern appliances. In fact, when I moved in, my microwave was too small to put a plate in. The kitchen also features about 2 square feet of counter space, one shallow sink, and there is NO DISHWASHER. The kitchen is also fairly narrow. So if you are thinking of living here, try to lose as much weight as possible.
5. Elevators are horrible. That's right. The elevators have a mind of their own. Sometimes they work. Sometimes they don't.
6. Packages. The women who sort the packages are inept. If you are waiting for a time-sensitive FEDEX, be prepared to wait at least 8 hours for it to be sorted. Or you can go and harass them. I find that this tactic works best.
7. Maintenance. In a building with 250 units, you would think that they'd have more than one maintenance man. Surprise, they do not! Instead, there is an overworked Mexican who barely speaks English, and he does it all. He's the gardener. He's the plumber. He fixes windows, and stoves, and radiators. He fixes the elevator. He paints. He changes lightbulbs. And I have occasionally seen him walking around with a mop.

Stay far far away!

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If the huge billboard advertising unsold units isn't bad enough, and you've also managed to ignore the other assorted signs which litter the entryway and yard, then here are a few other things which I'd like to warn you about.

1. Miniature Tubs. For all of you people out there who like to take baths, this place is not for you. While the units do have actual porcelain tubs, these tubs are of a special variety. They were created for little people. That's right, these tubs are half the size of normal tubs.
2. Minimal Closet Space. Cutesy girls beware! You will not have enough closet space. I only have one closet.
3. Small Units. Studios range from 300-340 square feet. 1 Bedrooms might go up to 450.
4. Kitchens to Die For. Yes, I thought I'd put a pun on this one. My kitchen has no modern appliances. In fact, when I moved in, my microwave was too small to put a plate in. The kitchen also features about 2 square feet of counter space, one shallow sink, and there is NO DISHWASHER. The kitchen is also fairly narrow. So if you are thinking of living here, try to lose as much weight as possible.
5. Elevators are horrible. That's right. The elevators have a mind of their own. Sometimes they work. Sometimes they don't.
6. Packages. The women who sort the packages are inept. If you are waiting for a time-sensitive FEDEX, be prepared to wait at least 8 hours for it to be sorted. Or you can go and harass them. I find that this tactic works best.
7. Maintenance. In a building with 250 units, you would think that they'd have more than one maintenance man. Surprise, they do not! Instead, there is an overworked Mexican who barely speaks English, and he does it all. He's the gardener. He's the plumber. He fixes windows, and stoves, and radiators. He fixes the elevator. He paints. He changes lightbulbs. And I have occasionally seen him walking around with a mop.

Stay far far away!

Pros: You won't be homeless

Cons: size, parking, amenities, maintenance, signs out front, closet space, appliances, elevators, noise, location

 

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