1. Life’s better with company
2. You deserve to love your home
Social living is fun people connecting in a space designed to thrive together. It’s roommates and neighbors creating memories at community events that spark purpose and swagger. Technology that makes life convenient. The freedom of privacy where you need it and energized shared space when you want it.
Supporting and embracing our families and neighbors is core to the mission of X Social Communities. That’s why we’ve designed our floor plans and common areas with families and neighbors in mind.
X Chicago welcomes all neighbors living within 250 feet to enjoy all of our amenities and community events, just like residents. With proof of residence, neighbors can download the X Chicago app (iOS & Android) to get into all common areas and will be invited to all community events.
Yes, each tenant is only responsible for their rent payment. Each tenant’s application is reviewed and approved independently.
You have a one-time, in-building move option with 60 days notice. So if you don’t like your roommate(s), you can move within the building to another unit.
If after your move, you are still not satisfied, you can terminate your lease with 60 days notice.
If there are no available rooms to move into the property, you can terminate your lease with 60 days notice.
No, all tenant approval will be done by property management.
Each tenant will be billed separately for their portion of utilities. If you live in one bedroom of a three-bedroom, you pay 1/3 of the monthly utilities. This includes cable/Internet.
Yes, your bedroom will have a privacy lock so you can lock your bedroom door while you’re not in the unit.
The common areas are furnished with:
Yes. If you have a preference for non-co-ed, we can try and accommodate that preference but cannot guarantee that your unit will be or remain single gender.
Everything is still billed and charged as though it was full. So if you’re the only person in a three-bedroom when you move in, you’re only responsible for 1/3 of the utility bills.
Yes, but be reasonable about it. No guests can sleep over in the common areas.
Potentially, depending on which bedroom you select. You will know ahead of time if you share a bathroom with a maximum of one other roommate, and this is factored into your rent.
No, if you have a significant other, we would love to accommodate you in another unit type.
Yes, but again be reasonable about it. If you want your own plates, go for it. If you’re thinking about bringing your own modern art to decorate all of the walls, consider storage instead.
No pets allowed, unfortunately.