Atlantic Realty Partners
- Management are very response and attentive to any residents' needs.
- Conveniently located next to public transit or retail options.
- Great modern amenities
What could be better
- Expensive units.
Recent Atlantic Realty Partners reviews
do not move here
You will regret it. Worst apartment ever, everything breaks easily, and when you move out, you will be charged a large amount for the stupidest things. Prices are way too high, and it doesn't even account for all of the extra things they charge you for rent, so expect to pay 100 to 200 more. People will sometimes take your clothes out of the dryer, they will steal your packages, and the management office wont care. The elevators are also always broken too but if you lived on the second floor, you will deal with floods. Do not move here.
SCIO at the Medical District Review
great option for medical students at Rush
You pay for convenience!
There are more pros of the building than cons for sure. Notable pros are:
1. The staff here are very friendly and professional. They respond to maintenance requests within a timely manner
2. This is a very dog friendly place to be. My golden doodle has nightly playdates with other puppies on the grounds, and I've gotten to meet many people in the building because of it.
3. There are lots of places to study. While there are only 2 cubes that can be reserved, I do much of my work in the lobby, boardroom, or the event room.
The only downsides are:
1. The building is a bit older, so there is always a lot of maintenance going on and construction on the 903 side of the building
2. The kitchens were updated but the bathrooms/fixtures (doors, cabinets, etc) are not updated so you may be calling maintenance for loose doors/cabinetry, slight mold (which again they handled very quickly), and things like that.
3. The rent is on the pricier side
Living at SCIO
SCIO is a nice place that had everything I needed for my first year. The lobby has a great space for studying. The gym is small but has all the equipment that I needed and was never busy. The pool area was nice, but I didn't find I utilized it much, except for the occasional BBQ. The best part of living at SCIO was how close it was to Rush. It's about a 7 minute walk away from campus.
I ultimately decided to move out of SCIO for a few reasons. One, the building has shared A/C and heating so there isn't much autonomy in setting your apartment's temperature. The building only supplies heat OR A/C, never both. So sometimes it got really cold, they would turn the heat on and then a random nice day would happen but there was no A/C for the rest of the year. Secondly, the washer and driers are in a common space on the 1st floor. I hated having to bring my laundry up and down and hated using shared machines.
Great location, good amenities, some heating/cooling issues
Overall, this is a really great place to live. It's right next to the medical campus, as well as Taylor St., which has a lot of affordable nice restaurants and bars. The gym downstairs is wonderful and has most of what I need. There is also a coffee machine downstairs, as well as 24 hour security. Management is also super responsive to any issues. There are also thick walls and I don't hear my neighbors.
My only qualms with this building is that heating and cooling seems to be inconsistent, and when it dips to the 30s or below outside, my apartment never seems to heat above 68 degrees, and I have to wear a sweater indoors. However, I have bought a space heater and this seems to solve the issue.
The other issue is that it's just more expensive than living in a walk-up, which can be a little tough financially.
Overall, it's a great place and I'm happy to live here.
Best apartment complex within walking distance to Rush
Great apartments within walking distance of Rush. Up to date appliances. Amenities include private study spaces, coffee machine, outdoor pool, gym, and enclosed green spaces perfect to let a dog out. Very dog-friendly apartment. Downsides include expensive price, sometimes maintenance issues (old building but renovated apartments) but they are generally very responsive.
Good place to live, close to the hospital and might be considered for those who don't have car. There is around 200$ extra fees ( Gas, electricity, water...) in addition to the basic rent that you should be aware of them.
Lots of young people. In a great location
Great place for couple and/or roommates
Decent size and price for west loop location. 5 minute walk to pink line - 2 stops to Rush so car not necessary.
High quality living at a fraction of the price
The Main is perfect for those who want a more calm and quiet atmosphere that is still close to school and has all the high-quality features and amenities. The building is perfectly located:
15 min drive to school
5 min drive or 15 min walk to Trader Joe's / Jewel Osco
Steps from the purple line, Metra, and Northwestern shuttle stop
Great Apartment and Management
This apartment building has outstanding amenities, including a pool, gym, pool table, ping pong table, study spaces and a very responsive staff to any issues you may encounter. The only con is that it is quite expensive compared to other buildings in the area, and may not be worth the price outside of the summer when the pool is open.
Great Apartment and Management
This apartment complex is super nice with tons of great amenities available to residents. This is probably why it is so expensive to live her. The management is super responsive and addresses any issues very promptly. The real downside is that virtually nothing is included in rent, so bills will stack up.
Great Location and Amenities but Pricy
I'm currently living here for my 3rd year and have to say the biggest plus is the location, it's nice in Little Italy and close to the Medical District. Depending on the unit the views can be great and sunny. The sound proofing is fantastic from the inside since there are stone walls but it can be noisy from the street outside depending where you ate. The amenities like the gym and pool or nice and the staff and maintenance are pretty friendly and approachable and pretty quickly resolve any work orders. However, even though this building is renovated and has nice and new appliances the building's age sometimes shows, especially with HVAC. I've also heard about issues with roaches but have never noticed them in my years here. This place is PRICEY, especially in the way they charge you extra for utilities such as gas for heat/water, expect to pay an additional $30-80ish per month for a 1bd/1bth in addition to paying for electricity and internet. Accommodating to pets, there is a fee. They do often have move in deals which makes it more affordable so always ask.
Great Complex with many Amenities!
The building has a ton of great amenities including a pool, fitness center, billiards, ping pong table, laundry room, dry cleaning, free coffee, and study spaces. This is probably what makes the rent so high. The complex is located right off Taylor St. which provides easy access to most of the restaurants and bars in the area. The building management is super easy to work with and get a hold of. All repairs are completed very promptly.
Expensive, but great
The apartment was luxurious and parking was convenient under the building heated for an added fee. My favorite things were that it is across the street from the train station, it felt safe, and the walls were good at keeping noise out, my closet was also a massive walk in closet. The building has: a small gym, free Starbucks coffee machine and pretty terrace. Things that I would liked that they didn't offer were: lower rent, pool, hot tub, more parking closer for guests (not meters).