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Renting West Loop Luxury Apartments and Condos

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A transformation — or rather, an explosion — has taken place among the former factories, wholesale markets and warehouses on the edges of downtown. One of Chicago's fastest growing neighborhoods, the West Loop is a study of contrasts.

The West Loop is rapidly growing. From high-end restaurants and trendy nightclubs to local watering holes and diners, the West Loop mixes a wide array of offerings just footsteps from the city center. Residents of the West Loop enjoy the sleek dining locales of the Randolph Street area and the nightlife of the Fulton River district. This mix of traditional and modern comes through in the selection of housing in the area, from new condo developments with every amenity needed, to warehouses and industrial spaces that have been converted into lofts.

Still somewhat industrial and gritty, the slew of new sleek restaurant openings has centered around Randolph Street and nearby Fulton Market. The aptly named "Restaurant Row" doesn't discriminate against nightlife either so the selection on these few blocks alone is staggering. You can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to brewery, wine tasting to taquería, butcher shop to champagne salon, late-night diner to futuristic cocktail lounge — all within this stretch. Specialty foods galore also abound at the nearby Chicago French Market, the city's only year-round, indoor marketplace.

Interspersed among the West Loop luxe lofts and the chic retail boutiques are galleries, design stores and antique sources that give the area its creative-edginess. Sculpture, textiles, folk art, contemporary paintings and European prints are just some of the collections to see in the showrooms. And for more culture, Greektown has a wealth of it. A new museum and cultural center joins the Hellenic bakeries, energetic tavernas and reputable restaurants serving fresh tzatsiki, flaming saganaki and gyros — among other traditional eats.

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Living

In the past few years, the West Loop has transformed from a gritty industrial district to one of the hottest residential and dining destinations in Chicago. The West Loop offers its residents a plethora of residential opportunities. With the recent influx of Chicagoans looking not only to dine and work in the West Loop but also to live, several brand new high-rise developments have sprung up along the I-95 corridor largely cater to those seeking modern, contemporary lines and sleek interiors. These buildings offer all the hotel-style amenities and condo-level furnishings you might expect of the luxury apartment rentals in the Loop but with the added benefit of the magnificent city skyline from your apartment! The rehabilitated lofts and apartment complexes offer another side of the coin and speak to the grittier past of the district with brick, concrete, and exposed beams.
 
It is unlikely that you will find any high-rise condos in this area. 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses are more common. Most of these houses are less than 10 years old. The rent varies depending on the size of the house and the number of rooms. Studios cost anywhere between $1000 and $1700; one bedroom house between $1200 and $2300; two bedroom house between $2000 and $3200: three bedroom house between $2500 and $4000.
 
Type/Avg Rental Rates

Studios
$1000 - $1700

One Bedroom
$1200 - $2300

Two Bedroom
$2000 – $3200

Three Bedroom
$2500 – $4000

Renting West Loop Luxury Apartments and Condos
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A transformation — or rather, an explosion — has taken place among the former factories, wholesale markets and warehouses on the edges of downtown. One of Chicago's fastest growing neighborhoods, the West Loop is a study of contrasts.
The West Loop is rapidly growing. From high-end restaurants and trendy nightclubs to local watering holes and diners, the West Loop mixes a wide array of offerings just footsteps from the city center. Residents of the West Loop enjoy the sleek dining locales of the Randolph Street area and the nightlife of the Fulton River district. This mix of traditional and modern comes through in the selection of housing in the area, from new condo developments with every amenity needed, to warehouses and industrial spaces that have been converted into lofts.
 
Still somewhat industrial and gritty, the slew of new sleek restaurant openings has centered around Randolph Street and nearby Fulton Market. The aptly named "Restaurant Row" doesn't discriminate against nightlife either so the selection on these few blocks alone is staggering. You can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to brewery, wine tasting to taquería, butcher shop to champagne salon, late-night diner to futuristic cocktail lounge — all within this stretch. Specialty foods galore also abound at the nearby Chicago French Market, the city's only year-round, indoor marketplace.
 
Interspersed among the West Loop luxe lofts and the chic retail boutiques are galleries, design stores and antique sources that give the area its creative-edginess. Sculpture, textiles, folk art, contemporary paintings and European prints are just some of the collections to see in the showrooms. And for more culture, Greektown has a wealth of it. A new museum and cultural center joins the Hellenic bakeries, energetic tavernas and reputable restaurants serving fresh tzatsiki, flaming saganaki and gyros—among other traditional eats.
Living
 
In the past few years, the West Loop has transformed from a gritty industrial district to one of the hottest residential and dining destinations in Chicago. The West Loop offers its residents a plethora of residential opportunities. With the recent influx of Chicagoans looking not only to dine and work in the West Loop but also to live, several brand new high-rise developments have sprung up along the I-95 corridor largely cater to those seeking modern, contemporary lines and sleek interiors. These buildings offer all the hotel-style amenities and condo-level furnishings you might expect of the luxury apartment rentals in the Loop but with the added benefit of the magnificent city skyline from your apartment! The rehabilitated lofts and apartment complexes offer another side of the coin and speak to the grittier past of the district with brick, concrete, and exposed beams.
 
It is unlikely that you will find any high-rise condos in this area. 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses are more common. Most of these houses are less than 10 years old. The rent varies depending on the size of the house and the number of rooms. Studios cost anywhere between $1000 and $1700; one bedroom house between $1200 and $2300; two bedroom house between $2000 and $3200: three bedroom house between $2500 and $4000.
 
Type/Avg Rental Rates

Studios
$1000 - $1700

One Bedroom
$1200 - $2300

Two Bedroom
$2000 – $3200

Three Bedroom
$2500 – $4000

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