Although the spring and summer is when Chicago's' robust apartment market really comes alive, fall can also be a great time to find a good deal, especially in the heat of downtown. Here's a closer look at where to rent in the Loop this month and beyond...
223 W. Lake
The boutique development of 223 W Lake offers up plenty of luxurious features and finishes. The renovated lofts of this building include soaring ceilings and fantastic city views, along with some exposed brick accents and private elevator entry.
130 N. Garland
Also called The Heritage at Millennium Park, 130 N Garland is the Loop’s tallest residential building, with easy and secure access to area shops and public transportation. The full-amenity building also features its own indoor swimming pool, a dog walk, a sundeck and a rooftop terrace.
8 E. Randolph
Joffrey Tower, sitting at 8 E Randolph Street, currently offers up one- and two-bedroom rentals in a prime setting. The building also features some on-site garage parking, an exercise room and extra storage space.
6 N. Michigan
Right across from Millennium Park, the units of 6 N Michigan Avenue provide for additional options of luxury in the Loop. Current rentals range from one- to four-bedrooms, along with on-site garage parking, an exercise room, a sundeck and a pet-friendly environment.