Apartments in Chicago, IL
822 apartments and houses for rent in Chicago, IL
5307 South Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago, 60615, IL
1 Bed $1,339 - $1,585
2 Bed $1,520 - $1,776
5201 09 S Greenwood Ave, Chicago, 60661, IL
1 Bed $1,670
2 Bed $1,541
3 Bed $1,347
5528 5532 S. Everett Avenue, Chicago, 60637, IL
Studio $679 - $1,910
4721 29 South Ellis Street, Chicago, 60615, IL
Studio $658 - $680
1 Bed $806
2 Bed $1,079
315 S Peoria, Chicago, 60607, IL
2 Bed $2,132
5301 5307 S. Maryland Avenue, Chicago, 60615, IL
2 Bed $1,185 - $1,187
5300 5308 S. Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, 60615, IL
2 Bed $1,287
3 Bed $1,774
5339 5345 S. Woodlawn, Chicago, 60615, IL
2 Bed $1,511
3 Bed $2,078 - $2,195
Chicago is right behind New York and Los Angeles when it comes to overall population and business prestige. In fact, Chicago is the third most influential U.S. city when it comes to the global economy, ranking 7th in 2014 on the Global City Index. Not only that, Chicago has a strong cultural history in the arts and music and is home several of the United States’ most prestigious universities.
Living in downtown affords residents the pleasure of being immersed in the Loop: the term used for Chicago’s central business district. Here you will find the headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies such as Boeing and Exelon as well as several governmental institutions such as the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the Illinois State Board of Education, and the city headquarters for state government at the James R. Thompson Center.
However, the area is much more than just business. For fans of live performances and theater, check out the theater district and the many Broadway in Chicago productions that are put on at venues such as Bank of America Theater, Oriental Theater, and more. Downtown living results in some of the finest rentals in Chicago, so apartment finders will find themselves checking out the many high-rise luxury apartments and condos that come with beautiful views of Lake Michigan.
Chicago is a destination for all sorts of entertainment. Home to the Bulls, Blackhawks, the Sox, the Cubs, the Fire, and da Bears, there is always something happening in terms of sports. Also, Chicago sees many music festivals and concerts year-round, and with Lake Michigan at your doorstep, the beach is always available.
Many students head to Chicago due to its many colleges and universities. Chicago is home to some of the most highly rated universities in the country such as University of Chicago and Northwestern University. The University of Chicago is located in Chicago’s south side along Lake Michigan. The majority of students tend to live in Hyde Park, the neighborhood that surrounds the University of Chicago, due to the abundance of affordable apartments with all bills paid and houses for rent and the close proximity to the university. But, not only are students attracted to the area, but professionals, professors, and employees of the university.
Meanwhile, those moving for Northwestern will find many apartments for rent in Evanston, a suburban town about thirty minutes away from central Chicago. However, Evanston is not only a college destination, but a great area for families. The town was reviewed by the Financial News Street as number five of the top 50 cities to live in due to its family-friendly atmosphere, low unemployment percentages, and quality school systems.
In addition to Evanston, Lincoln Park is an area worth checking out for families that want to be close to downtown and live in a safe and upscale environment. Although there are many students living within the area due to DePaul University, the neighborhoods offer city-living amongst tree-lined streets, theaters, restaurants, the largest park in the city, and a variety of both studio apartments and homes for rent. With such scenic neighborhoods and Lincoln Park, this is definitely a great area for those looking for a pet-friendly location.
For those apartment searching for a place in Chicago and want to be immersed in a diverse and energetic area, Andersonville is worth checking out. North of downtown Chicago by about twenty miles and located right by the beach, Andersonville is situated at a convenient location. However, it’s not what Andersonville is near that makes it unique. This area has attracted a number of different communities. First established by Chicago’s Swedish community with a Scandinavian presence lingering in the form of restaurants such as Ann Sather and Hopleaf. Meanwhile, Andersonville has attracted a growing LGBT community in recent years. An apartment guide will show that there are many condos in this area as well as apartments with all utilities included.
This is just a sampling of all that Chicago has to offer. With many other communities to choose from, finding a comfortable apartment within a neighborhood that fits is easy. Just make sure to use the correct apartment guide as opposed to Craigslist in order to find the best apartments available. You can also use RentLingo to search specifically for townhouse style apartments or Section 8 / low income apartments.
Average Apartment Rental Prices in Chicago, Illinois
Average rent on Craigslist Chicago, Illinois: $2,070
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