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$4,000 OBO, Beautiful studio in bike-friendly co-op for sale (HUB Co-op in Marshall Square)

Are you looking for stable housing and a way to put some of your rent money towards equity?  Want to be part of a community of great neighbors?  The HUB Co-op was started by cyclists in 2005.  We did…Continue

Tags: co-op, housing

Started Sep 12, 2013

Commuter bike for 5' to 5' 2" person

I'm selling one of my commuter bikes.  It works just fine.  Feature: bolt-on skewer in the rear, quick-release in the front.  Full fenders and rack. And if you are 5' tall, this bike will fit you.…Continue

Started Aug 12, 2013

Bike-Friendly Housing Co-op Unit for sale, asking $4900 buy-in, $1001/mo
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The HUB Housing Co-op was started in 2005 by a bunch of Chicago cyclists.  We're a fun, yet responsible group.  Sam and I are finally leaving the co-op, and our sweet studio unit is for sale.  I say…Continue

Tags: cooperative, community, bike-friendly, co-op, apartment

Started this discussion. Last reply by h' Zerocats Feb 8, 2013.


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Profile Information

What I ride:
Road, Mountain, Hybrid, Cruiser, Tandem
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Commuting, Distance, Around Town
About me:
Now is the time for Chicago to build safe bike routes with no cars. Cars are designed for danger - asking drivers to please drive safely isn't the solution. Facilities that separate cars from bikes or force cars to slow down is the best way to allow cyclists to feel safe, which will encourage more people to bike! No one is going to make this change for us. Cyclists and pedestrians will keep being run down "by accident" until we say it's time for a change. Well, it's time for a change!

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At 10:09am on February 14, 2010, Kevin M Hagen said…
Might be coming into town early spring. Hope all is well! :-) Give Sam a big kiss for me.
At 10:25pm on November 3, 2009, Julie Aberman (Hochstadter) said…


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