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The Parker Fulton Market is a HOT Rental Community

The price of living in Chicago’s best neighborhoods is no fun and games—but it definitely pays off when it’s as luxurious as The Parker Fulton Market. The newest luxury addition to the meatpacking district at 730 W Couch Place is available to rent. The apartments at The Parker Fulton Market vary from 0–3 bedrooms and 1–2 baths, ranging in cost of $1,835 – $3,755. They come with 9′ and 12′ ceilings, the latest stainless steel and stainless Whirlpool appliances, an open kitchen concept with all your kitchen needs, quartz counter tops, linen closets, a walk-in closets, vinyl flooring, a balcony, and a in-unit washer/dryer. Most importantly, the view you get from your double pane windows: nothing says living without views of a Chicago skyline.

You can also expect features like 24 hour availability and emergency maintenance, a barbecue area with a barbecue/grill, a pet play area, bike storage, an executive business center, a car charging station, an art of the state fitness center, a coffee bar, disposal chutes, a lounge, maid service, a dry cleaning service, a media center/movie theater, and a package receiving and service.

Check out this rental below…

For more information regarding this property, go to The Parker Fulton Market

Or call/email: 312.600.4250
INFO@THEPARKERCHICAGO.COM

 

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Chicago Landmarks Quiz

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Chess Records Studio

DuPont–Whitehouse House

The Biograph

Sullivan Center, or Carson’s

Greenwood Row House District

The Brewster Apartments

LaSalle Street Cable Car Powerhouse

Jane Adams Hull House (Museum)

Thalia Hall

 

 

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Kitchens

10 Simple Hacks to a Stylish Kitchen

When life gives you lemons, try organizing them with these 10 simple hacks to a stylish kitchen.

Gold and White Bins in Organized Pantry

All you’ll need is a can of spray paint and a couple dollar store bins to achieve this expensive, metal look. Once you add labels, this stylish kitchen hack makes for the perfect organized pantry.

Labeled Containers in Organized Pantry

Photo by Melissa George

These clear containers are very much so eye-catching, but throwing on a label keeps us organized. Try storing your dry goods in this canister set and you’ll see just how much energy and space you’re saving. You can find this look at the Container Store. 

Labeled Baskets in Pantry

Indeed, nothing says “snack basket” like a woven basket. Add a simple tag of your choice and you’re on your way to a stylish, timeless, and organized look.

Smart Food Container Storage

Photo by Jules Frazer

We all love Tupperware, and Smart Food Container’s offer a variety of sizes and a range of colorful lids to requite our love. This trendy hack will keep your Tupperware from being misplaced, while adding an aesthetic flair to your kitchen.

Spice Storage Rail on Pantry Door

Photo by IKEA

If you are one to buy spices, this may be the stylish kitchen look for you. All you have to do is take a small window treatment rod or shop IKEA to get this Fintorp IKEA rail and Syrlig curtain clips. Simply mount this on the backside of a pantry door, and your spices will stay cool and dry, and out for a beautiful display.

Vertical Storage Space

Photo by Darling Dexter

If you want this look, get IKEA’s Grundtal kitchen series.

Not only is it your budget-friendly, stainless steel shelving system, it is a one-of-a-kind stylish look. It hangs on walls so that you make the most of your Kitchen counter-tops. Grabbing knives, forks, pots and pans has never looked so easy.

Make Use of the Space Around Your Fridge

Photo by Alan Chu

if you have a small kitchen, don’t leave that sliver of space between your fridge and the wall empty. How about making a DIY rolling pantry perfect for storing nonperishable goods. It frees up clutter elsewhere, while offering a sense of unique, stylish decor.

Vintage Untapped Space use

Photo by danbolig.dk

There’s a lot going on here, from the standard base cabinets being used for toe kick drawers to the curtain rod holding the essential utensils. Then there’s a small pot rack, hanging on the wall next to the stove, for quick and easy access.

 

Over the Sink Cutting Board

This is not your kitchen island, but it’s one heck of a way around it. The over-the-sink cutting board is a stylish, quick fix and brings your chopping and rinsing needs right to sink.

Create Kitchen Storage in a Nearby Room

A tiny kitchen can sometimes lose its glamour when cluttered, and it’s much too time consuming and costly to remodel. So why not use that nook or closet nearby and expand your kitchen with charm. Create an organized look with some of our listed simple ways to a stylish kitchen.

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