Loop Rentals | Downtown Chicago Apartments

The Loop is the center of Chicago’s business district. But along with all the commercial high-rises are the city’s historic theatre district, great shopping and classic city-living. The name is most widely recognized for the wrap-around “loop” the CTA’s elevated railways devise and the region is the second largest business district in the nation. Many of Chicago’s most recognizable skyscraper’s lie within the Loop. Notable buildings include the Willis Tower, the Daley Center, the Chicago Board of Trade Building, the Rookery and the CNA Center.  Downtown entertainment includes nearly 20 top-rated theatres and you’ll also find many outdoor hotspots nearby such as Buckingham Fountain at Grant Park as well as the Jay Pritzken Pavilion, the Crown Fountain and the “Bean” in Millennium Park. Roosevelt University’s main campus is also located on South Michigan Avenue allowing students to have a truly unique college atmosphere. Combine world renowned museums, fabulous performing arts venues, the vast waters of Lake Michigan and an overwhelming amount of skyscrapers and the result equals the unprecedented neighborhood of the Loop-a remarkably impressive combination.

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About Loop Rentals in Chicago IL

In today’s real estate market, renters need to position themselves to make the smartest real estate decision possible and using an experienced Realtor is unquestionably the most effective option. Real estate agents are familiar with property values, Chicago Tenants rights , Rental market rates and all the financial aspects of renting or purchasing a new home. Working with a true real estate professional will aid in weighing all the pros and cons.

Chicago Loop Rental Statistics

Total Listings: 139
Average Price: $3,891
Highest Price: $12,000
Lowest Price: $2,350

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More About Chicago's Loop Rental Market

As the heart of Chicago’s downtown, the Loop’s real estate prices tend to vary. Many studio apartments are available for young professionals or students while luxury penthouse suites can also be available for a premium price. If a small, studio apartment suites all your urban needs and a smaller budget, finding a place around $1,100 should be about average. It also wouldn’t be too uncommon to find a one bedroom condos starting at $1,300 per month. For information on all high-rise condos and rentals, contact Ted Guarnero at Baird and Warner at (312) 810-6693.

 

The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity program of Midwest Real Estate Data LLC. Real Estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Compass Real Estate are marked with the Broker Reciprocity logo or the Broker Reciprocity thumbnail logo (a little black house) and detailed information about them includes the names of the listing brokers. Some properties which appear for sale on this website may subsequently have sold and may no longer be available. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

Listing information last updated on August 24th, 2019 at 4:35am CDT.