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About the Community

Overlooking both lively 57th Street and the colorful homes along South Harper Avenue, this red brick building adds to the eclectic streetscape with projected black stone bay windows that provide additional space, light and air to the interiors. The influence of the Arts & Crafts Movement can be seen in simple terracotta detailing along the exterior, while older European traditions are revealed in the rusticated stonework at the base and corners of the facade. The property stands in a convenient location close to Jackson Park, Lake Shore Drive and public transportation into the city.

The Pepperland - Chicago Apartments

1509-1517 E. 57th Street.
Chicago, IL 60637

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Kevin

15/06/2018

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Kevin

06/06/2018

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Brian B.

10/10/2014

It s ok. Things could be better.

“Living at the Pepperland is sort of like hanging out with your crazy uncle. It s pretty awkward sometimes, and not always convenient, but there are always hilarious stories and he s endearing.”

Kristen Z.

10/04/2014

Quintessential Hyde Park quirkiness, Victorian charm, modern appliances

“I love my apartment! I wish it had central air conditioning, a dishwasher, and in-unit laundry (and I'm not crazy about the popcorn walls and the mismatched doorknobs), but other than that, it has everything on my wish list: bright bay windows, a faux fireplace, a big balcony, mostly white walls, a secure second floor location, a black and white tile kitchen floor, a retro red backsplash, free internet and street parking after hours, fixed price heat included, close to campus, the Metra, and the lake. The shower pressure is perfect, although occasionally (maybe thrice) there's been no hot water. The teal stairwell and silver radiators are stunning.”

Rachel M.

01/10/2013

bright, creaky, annoying popcorn walls

“It's like living in an old building with creaky floors and lots of noise, but you get used to it. The walls are covered in very annoying popcorn style plaster that crumbles on your stuff. But it is a bright and open space and can feel very homey.”