By the second half of the 19th century, Evanston had built Northwestern University; it's first municipal water works; fire department; high school; historical society and lighthouse. It's no wonder, like Chicago, it's sister to the south, Evanston has long been recognized for its architecture. In fact walking tours showcasing the work of such noted Evanston architects as Daniel Burnham are a regular occurrence. So...ever lived in a turn of the century hotel deemed a historic place by it's age, beauty and attention to detail? Well you can now, 860 Hinman was once the posh Evanshire Hotel. Set at the corner of Main Street -the beautifully rehabbed rental homes of 860 Hinman. Start at street level and you have a great breakfast and coffee spot, a dry cleaner, convenience store and eye doctor just seconds from your place, from the elevator. You'll be minutes from the lakefront, which you'll also have great views of when you peek out the new windows of your apartment. Choose between a studio or one bedroom, each with hardwood floors, roomy closets and complimentary - yep you read that right - building amenities such as high speed Internet, DirecTV Family Package programming and water. It's easily one of Evanston's best living spots. You will believe your eyes.