Chicago Rent Comparison

As of April of this year, the city of Chicago's average monthly rent was $1,856. While this might seem steep to those of us in areas with typically cheaper rental prices, this is actually a dip from where Chicago's rent used to be. Over the last 6 months Chicago rent has decreased $102. So, what can you get for the median rent in Chicago?

1. Landmark West Loop - At Landmark West Loop, for $1,750, you'll secure yourself a studio apartment with one bathroom in the 30-story luxury apartment complex. With amenities like a massive sundeck, swimming pool, hot tub, and a living library, you know that you're paying for what you get.

The spacious rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows give you a spectacular view from the top. Modern kitchens boast top-of-the-line appliances from Bosch as well as quartz countertops.


2. 2850 N. Sheridan - For $1,925, you can snag yourself a 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment just steps from the gorgeous lakefront. While it has recently been restored to its former 1920's glory, you'll find that all of the modernity and creature comforts are still close at hand.

The newly redesigned fitness center is open to residents as well as the sundeck with views of the Chicago skyline. Enjoy hardwood floors, beautiful kitchen appliances, bike parking, and easy access to public transportation

3. 777 South State - For $1,900 you'll find yourself with 748 square feet in Printer's Row. Just a few blocks from Grant Park, 777 South State is a pet friendly apartment community boasting a gorgeous indoor pool and stunning hardwood floors in each apartment. Once student housing for nearby colleges, South State is now a luxury home calling your name. Bustling South Loop has everything you need all within a few blocks. Convenient and comfortable. screen-shot-2017-06-20-at-12-00-46-pm screen-shot-2017-06-20-at-12-01-05-pm

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