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Visual Artists Studio ,
submitted by
Andrea Kaspryk

Live/Work Art-Painting Studio Space Logan Square

Live/Work Art-Painting Studio Space available to painters: a living room and (24 x 16 ft) and a sun room (10 x 6 ft) serve as a shared open art studio work area, includes a 6 ft high x 4 ft wide steel shelving unit for art supplies and materials and more storage is available in the entryway closet and kitchen. The rear porch can also be used for outdoor projects. Separate private bedroom faces west.

Me: I am a painter and have an easel set up to paint in the open space. I also paint, work and volunteer at the nearby Agitator Art Collective and the Lill Street Art Center.

This is a 2-Bedroom 1st Fl Apt in Logan Square, $700 a month, plus utilties (about $30), available March 1, 2023 and move-in available a week before.

The building is a multi-unit 3-story building from the 1910s or -20s w/hardwood floors on St Louis Ave and Lyndale, two blocks southwest of the 3200 W Fullerton Ave and 2400 N Kimball Ave. It is within a mile of the CTA Blue Line stops (N Spaulding & N Milwaukee or N Kedzie & W Logan) and the Fullerton Ave bus stop; non-permitted parking is available on the streets.

The shared space is the kitchen, living and sunroom, which can be re-arranged to meet one another’s needs in terms of furniture and stuff. Pet cats okay; I have a 1.5 year old male cat.

About me: I am a trans person, work from home online in translation, copy editing, educational testing, and a non-smoker.

Email me if interested and would like to see the space and photos are available in Queer Marketplace housing on Chicago Queer Exchange on Facebook.
total square
200 ft^2
Living room and/or sun room art studio work space.
floor types
floor dimensions
24x16 feet shared ft
ceiling height
9 ft
maximum occupancy
other accessibility
rear entryway through back porch
pricing unit

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