It goes without saying that Bucktown is one of Chicago’s most desirable neighborhoods. The first-rate retail shops and restaurants surrounding its famous Six Corners intersection, the quaint tree-lined residential streets with smart, single-family homes… But in this neck of the city, true Chicago-classic architecture is hard to come by, which is why 1644 N. Marshfield Ave. is a hot commodity. Situated one block from The 606, this Chicago brick building is a prime location—and a rare 3-flat income opportunity for savvy investors. Inside, Unit 1F (the building’s street-facing unit) reveals a shotgun-style floor plan that flaunts 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a standalone office with built-in shelves. Here, exposed brick, 10’8” high ceilings and bamboo floors uphold that timber loft vibe, while custom metal doors, slate tile accents and a statement kitchen with double-stack oak cabinetry and Viking/Bosch/Sub-Zero appliances appeal to modern preferences. The other two units also feature 2 bedrooms a piece, as well as beautiful exposed brick and hardwood floors. Unit 1M stands out with a spiral staircase and an extra-large master with ensuite, while Unit 1R has a skylight and direct access to the shared deck. The building also boasts a 2.5 car masonry garage and a basement with loading ramp for beaucoup storage. Additional upgrades include a new roof, tuck pointing, new exterior paint, new AC/furnace units, new hot water tanks, and privacy windows with custom security frames. Bonus: All 3 units are currently rented.