Hello Residents!

We are happy to introduce and connect with you through our new newsletter. We hope this will help communicate important and upcoming information.

Our mission is to provide clean and safe housing at an affordable price. We value being helpful, responsive, and respectful to our residents. We look forward to updating you with relevant and useful information throughout your residency.

We thank all of you for choosing Winnemac Properties.

Resident Referral Program

Earn rent credit towards your monthly rent every time you refer your friends and family!

  • Do you know someone looking for an apartment?
  • Do you like where you live enough to recommend your building to them?
  • If you enjoy living in your apartment, it is time to spread the word to your friends and family.
  • For each person you refer that signs a 12-month lease with Winnemac Properties, you’ll earn rent credit towards your monthly rent.
Resident Referral Contact Form

Important Reminders

  • Please remember there are NO BBgrills allowed on porches.
  • Unless utilities are included in thelease, it is your responsibility as a tenant to secure any required utilities. Contact information can be found in your move-in packet.
  • Change or replace the batteries in your smoke alarm.
  • Close gates behind you, don’t let anyone follow you in, and don’t buzz anyone you don’t know in.
  • Please remember to turn OFF your “auto-pay” feature when you move out!
  • In compliance with city regulations, we charge a $10.00 per month late fee on rents under $500 and a 5% per month late fee on that part of the rent exceeds $500.
Frequently Asked Questions

Featured Neighborhood & Properties

Rogers Park

Gorgeous tree-filled location in East Rogers Park. After moving to Rogers Park, you’ll discover brightly-painted murals, theaters, art galleries, and even a sculpture garden in the Glenwood Avenue Arts District. Head to Clark Street and discover a new favorite restaurant for every night of the week, ranging from Mexican to Romanian to Italian to Nigerian and beyond. Go shopping along Rogers Avenue or spend the afternoon at Pottawattomie Park. Spend summer days soaking up the sun at Loyola Beach. Hop on the “L” — you’ll find subway stations at Howard Street, Jarvis Avenue, and Morse Avenue to explore the rest of the Windy City.

Available Listings

1257 W Lunt Ave

Cute and cozy studio in a heart of Rogers Park. Small but efficient, with a little built-in kitchen, newer cabinets, and updated appliances. Walk-in closet and updated bathroom. Large windows, with blinds. Ceiling fan. Heat, water, and gas included in rent. Elevator building with laundry onsite, security cameras and intercom.

22 W Pratt Blvd

Nice, clean and convenient 1 bedroom in Rogers Park recently renovated with Stainless Steel Appliances.

Freshly refinished hardwood floors, AC Unit included in this unit. FREE Heat! Good sized bedroom with two large closets. Offers a blend of style and comfort.

For more information, contact our office at 773-728-9900
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News & Updates

Lynn is the property manager for the Rogers Park neighborhood. If you have been introduced to Lynn as your Property Manager, you can reach him at lynn@winnemacproperties.com or 773-295-6154.

Earlier this year, Winnemac Properties welcomed your new Property Manager, Lynn!

Lynn is an alumni from Minnesota State University at Moorhead. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker. Mr. Smith has worked as a property manager in Illinois since 1992. He has experience as a single site, multi-site and single-family property manager. Some areas of expertise Mr. Smith has achieved are receiverships, strategic planning, analysis, operations management, lease & contract negotiations, logistic coordination, public housing and regional property management. He values responsibility that reflects positively toward our business and hopes to promote an engaging experience towards his tenants that makes them feel like they are being advocated for. Lynn strives to provide the best services to his residents at a timely and respectable manner.

Glenwood Sunday Market Season Starts June 5th!

Sundays, June 5 – October 23, 2022

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

6960 N. Glenwood Ave.
between Lunt and Morse Avenues

These markets provide environmental, economic, and social benefits to the community, and it’s a great way to support local, sustainable food systems.

Find your local Farmers Market
Two Day Festival in Rogers Park

Friday, July 8th & Saturday, July 9, 2022 the RPM&A festival brings together thousands of people from surrounding communities to celebrate the ethnic diversity and bohemian art of the Rogers park neighborhood.

FREE Community Event!

Donations are appreciated!

July 8, 2022 from 5-10 pm & July 9, 2022 from 12-10pm

Corner of Sheridan Rd & Columbia Chicago, IL 60626

2022 Music Lineup

Preparing Your HVAC for the Summer

Spring is the perfect time to get your air conditioner ready for the summer. Spring maintenance will improve your home’s air quality by addressing dust buildup and clogged air filter. Prioritizing your HVAC during spring cleaning will also allow you to have a more cost-efficient system, which will help you minimize energy costs.

Clean your vents
Even if everything is working properly with your HVAC, you may still experience reduced airflow if your vents aren’t clean.

Test the unit and if you have an issue, reach out for a routine HVAC maintenance appointment.
Preventive care will help diagnose problems and issues in your HVAC system before they get worse.

As a reminder: Supplying and changing heating and air conditioning filters as needed is the resident’s responsibility, if your unit is equipped with a furnace and central air.

5 Easy Ways to Save on Your A/C Bill

Everyone looks forward to the warm weather that the summer season brings, until it turns their house into a sauna. Running your AC all summer puts a strain on your cooling system and your bank account. Here are five tips on how you can still keep cool, extend your HVAC’s life, and lower your bills!

Cover your windows. During the warmest part of the day, close your blinds to keep out the sun. It can also help insulate your windows, which stops the cold air from escaping.

Use fans. Most ceiling fans have a small switch on the base that allows you to change the blade’s rotation. During summertime, you should have your fans turning counterclockwise to push the air down and properly circulate the room.

Clean or replace your A/C filter. Air filters keep your AC system running smoothly because they stop dust from blocking your air vents. If your HVAC filter is filled with dirt and debris, air can’t circulate as easily. Air filters need replacing every six months or so.

Keep windows and doors closed. Check for gaps, cracks, and any openings. Have them sealed or cover over them.

Ask your utility company about discounts, budget billing, and other options that could help you reduce your A/C costs. You can save 10 percent a year on your air conditioning bills by setting your thermostat just 10 to 15 degrees higher for eight hours each day, according to the Energy Office. The US Department of Energy recommends aiming for an indoor temperature of 78 degrees F when you’re not at home.

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Contact us to share news about an organization you are involved in and would like other residents to know about or be involved in!

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