Gold Coast Rentals and Luxury Apartments
Although Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood is mainly known for its towering high-rise condos on the lakefront or expensive brownstones that line any number of its tree-lined streets, rentals in the Gold Coast also provide a lot of opportunities to those in search of a new home in one of downtown Chicago’s hottest locations. And while you might assume that most of the residential high-rises along Lake Shore Drive only offer condominium residences, many of those condos often hit the rental market, allowing for quite the big city living experience without the long term commitment.
Given the Gold Coast boundary lines stretch from East Lake Shore Drive to North Avenue, and the lakefront over to LaSalle, there’s certainly much more to Gold Coast rentals than just high rise condos for rent on the lakefront, however. Plenty of vintage apartments inside buildings of all shapes and sizes are available around the Gold Coast neighborhood, not to mention quite a few high-end single-family homes, townhouses, and a few of those brownstones we mentioned above should you need just a little more living space or privacy.
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In terms of price, entry level one bedroom rentals in the Gold Coast inside a vintage building or a more established high-rise will typically start around $1,500 and go up from there. Higher-end apartment rentals with two or three bedrooms or single-family homes with even more space than that will price anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000+ per month, which usually all depends on a unit or home’s features, finishes, and of course square footage. Keep in mind, though, that Chicago’s downtown real estate market does fluctuate, especially a neighborhood like the Gold Coast.
Living in the Gold Coast Neighborhood
Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood is vibrant and full of energy. Situated just steps from try Magnificent Mile, apartment dwellers in the Gold Coast are well within walking distance to some of the city’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment. Also in the neighborhood is the Oak Street shopping district, which is loaded with luxury boutique shops and additional cafes and restaurants, and the Rush and Division nightlife district is also located here in the Gold Coast as well, ensuring you’ll never have to go far for a fun night out on the town. Below is a look at some of our favorite Gold Coast hotspots and attractions, but if it’s safe to say the list doesn’t just stop there.
Top Gold Coast Restaurants
- Tavern on Rush - 1031 N. Rush Street
- Gibsons Steakhouse - 1028 N. Rush Street
- Maple & Ash - 8 W Maple Street
- Fig & Olive - 104 E Oak Street
Favorite Gold Coast Coffee Spots
- Starbucks - 1003 N Rush Street
- Petit Margeaux - 11 E. Walton Street
- King Cafe Gourmet & Go - 900 N. Michigan Avenue
Additional Gold Coast Attractions
- Oak Street Beach - 1000 N. Lake Shore Drive
- Washington Square Park - 901 N. Clark Street
- 900 North Michigan Avenue Shops - 900 N. Michigan Avenue
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Listing information last updated on December 13th, 2017 at 12:50am CST.