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Live At The HUB Housing Co-op, An Intentional Community Dedicated To Bicycles & Sustainability!

Sunny 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Home In Unique Vintage 6 Unit Building On A Wide 51' x 100' Lot.
Enjoy 90' Of Grassy & Treed Front Yard Maintained by the City of
Chicago Between Your Front Door And Historic Marshall Boulevard!

Refinished Hardwood Floors Throughout.
Bay Windows in Livingroom & Master Bedroom.
3 Exposures: South, East & North.

Recently Renovated w/ New Kitchen (Energy Star Appliances) & Bath, Windows, Plumbing, Electrical Service and Furnace

Common Amenities Include: Well Equipped Bike Repair Shop (& 2
Resident Bike Mechanics), Courtyard Garden with Grill, Free Laundry
& Wifi, Storage, Composting, Recycling, & Green Roof.

Close proximity to the vital and unique 26th street retail corridor, as well as Ogden bike lane to downtown (4 miles) and great CTA Options:
-2 blocks to #60 (to UIC or Loop), #21/Cermak, #52/Kedzie, #94/California.
-5 blocks to #X49/Western, Pink Line (Kedzie or California).

$113,000, negotiable - financing available through the co-op itself.


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Ogden has a bike lane? That's new to me. Not saying it doesn't, but that's wonderful news. :)
wow I wont even make that much money in my entire life time... (it's sad because its more true then not)
A link to more info, and also an address would be nice.
I'm excited to learn Ogden goes downtown :-)

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:
Ogden has a bike lane? That's new to me. Not saying it doesn't, but that's wonderful news. :)
If you get hit by a car you might bank enough to blow it all in a year or two ....

FatTireFool said:
wow I wont even make that much money in my entire life time... (it's sad because its more true then not)
$500 monthly x 30 years = $180,000... good luck finding $500 a month rent now, let alone in 30 years.

http://hubcoop.org/

2358 S Marshall Boulevard, Chicago IL 60623

T.C.

FatTireFool said:
wow I wont even make that much money in my entire life time... (it's sad because its more true then not)
That webpage is squirrely. After a few seconds, it turns into something else. Never seen anything like that, but I don't think it's good. Caveat clickor.

T.C. O'Rourke said:
$500 monthly x 30 years = $180,000... good luck finding $500 a month rent now, let alone in 30 years.

http://hubcoop.org/

2358 S Marshall Boulevard, Chicago IL 60623

T.C.

FatTireFool said:
wow I wont even make that much money in my entire life time... (it's sad because its more true then not)
H3N3 said:
I'm excited to learn Ogden goes downtown :-)

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:
Ogden has a bike lane? That's new to me. Not saying it doesn't, but that's wonderful news. :)

Ogden is an extreme example of a bad implementation of a bike lane. It has a lane and then it changes to sharrows on a four-lane section which gets very very busy at rush hour. Then it is back to bike lane briefly over the Ike. Taking a lane in the sharrowed sections between Adams and Taylor can be pretty harrowing.

Perhaps I got spoiled living on the north side where angle streets are generally pretty good biking routes. On the south side they totally suck.
Hmmm . . . I find it much easier to find a good bike route down here; I do tend to take any other street besides Ogden though, unless it's a quiet Sunday morning and I'm pulling a 200 lb. trailer and dread the thought of going a block out of the way. I live most of my cycling life avoiding having cars speed past me at 50 MPH, and have completely lost my nerve for it.

Tony Adams said:
H3N3 said:
I'm excited to learn Ogden goes downtown :-)

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:
Ogden has a bike lane? That's new to me. Not saying it doesn't, but that's wonderful news. :)

Ogden is an extreme example of a bad implementation of a bike lane. It has a lane and then it changes to sharrows on a four-lane section which gets very very busy at rush hour. Then it is back to bike lane briefly over the Ike. Taking a lane in the sharrowed sections between Adams and Taylor can be pretty harrowing.

Perhaps I got spoiled living on the north side where angle streets are generally pretty good biking routes. On the south side they totally suck.
It's a wordpress javascript worm and they know about it.

Joe TV said:
That webpage is squirrely. After a few seconds, it turns into something else. Never seen anything like that, but I don't think it's good. Caveat clickor.

T.C. O'Rourke said:
$500 monthly x 30 years = $180,000... good luck finding $500 a month rent now, let alone in 30 years.

http://hubcoop.org/

2358 S Marshall Boulevard, Chicago IL 60623

T.C.

FatTireFool said:
wow I wont even make that much money in my entire life time... (it's sad because its more true then not)
The worm is removed from http://hubcoop.org/

Wow, talk about bad timing.
Hey everyone, the HUB is a real co-op, it's great (I know cuz I live here), and the point of this thread is that Ted has a great unit for sale. The monthly cost is more than just the mortgage - there's a carrying charge so that we can pay our building's insurance and property tax, etc. But it's still a good deal, and plus you get intentional community and bike-friendliness.

Ted Ernst said:
The worm is removed from http://hubcoop.org/

Wow, talk about bad timing.

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