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Old Town Luxury Apartments

Chicago’s Old Town can be summed up in one word: FUN. Old Town rentals are in a lively area filled with young professionals who love to be active—whether it’s going out for a night of drinks or playing volleyball with friends at North Avenue Beach. The vibe in this area is the opposite of “old!” To learn more about this fun community, continue down the page.

CTA Train Stops (Nearby)

Highway Access

  • 41 (LSD)

Metra Stations

  • Millennium Station (Corner of Michigan and Randolph)- 15
  • minute walk from center of Streeterville

Universities and Hospitals

  • Universtiy of Chicago (Gleacher Center)
  • Argosy University Chicago Campus
  • Northwestern Hospital
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital
  • Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
  • Prentice Women's Hospital - Northwestern

Find Old Town Apartments for Rent

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Old Town

$1,430

  • Beds

    :

    Studio

Located In The Heart Of Chicago’s Gold Coast Neighborhood, You’ll Feel A True Neighborhood Vibe As You’re Just Steps Away From Some Of Chicago’s Finest Dining, Shopping And Nightlife, As Well As The Lakefront And Both North Ave And Oak Street Beac...

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Old Town

$1,570

  • Beds

    :

    Studio

Located In The Heart Of Chicago’s Gold Coast Neighborhood, You’ll Feel A True Neighborhood Vibe As You’re Just Steps Away From Some Of Chicago’s Finest Dining, Shopping And Nightlife, As Well As The Lakefront And Both North Ave And Oak Street Beac...

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Old Town

$1,629

  • Beds

    :

    Convertible

Located In The Heart Of Chicago’s Gold Coast Neighborhood, You’ll Feel A True Neighborhood Vibe As You’re Just Steps Away From Some Of Chicago’s Finest Dining, Shopping And Nightlife, As Well As The Lakefront And Both North Ave And Oak Street Beac...

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Discover Old Town Apartments For Rent

This quintessential urban ‘hood has just a little grit. Wells Street is lined with busy bars, quaint shops, and charming restaurants set in the few historic Victorian buildings that survived the Chicago Fire. You’ll find new buildings mixed in with the old. Like the area itself, Old Town apartments for rent are fun. Some feature a more modern look with concrete surfaces and boxy modern architecture. Others take the shape of funky studios with exposed brick interiors. Others still have all the contemporary class of a downtown highrise.

Living In Old Town Rental Apartments

Nightlife

Old Town rental apartments are close to a buzzing nightlight. Tons of oversized sports bars, such as Old Town Pour House and Benchmark, are bumping every weekend—and during any Blackhawks, Cubs, or Bears game. If you’re a sports fan, you’ll have no problem finding your home team’s game on a TV on Wells Street.

Old Town is more than cute restaurants and bustling bars. Gym buffs will be happy to find an Equinox, Shred415, and more nearby. Chicago’s famed improv troupe, Second City, is headquartered in this ‘hood too. See the stages where so many Saturday Night Live comedians got their start. Second City also offer classes to the public if you’re brave enough to learn the improv way of life.

Explore Chicago’s Outdoors

Old Town’s proximity to the Lincoln Park neighborhood and the lakefront is a huge part of its appeal. Chicago summers are amazing, and you’ll love being close to some of the hottest warm weather spots in the city. From Old Town, you can easily walk to Lincoln Park, a green space along Lake Michigan that’s actually bigger than New York City’s Central Park.

The Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the last free zoos in the country and it’s a great place to stroll on a warm day and a fun place to run through in the early mornings. The zoo hosts a variety of events year round like Jammin’ at the Zoo, ZooLights, and Brew at the Zoo. Lincoln Park is also home to the Green City Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings during the warmer months where you can pick up plenty of fresh, organic produce.

East of Lincoln Park (an easy walk over a pedestrian bridge) is North Avenue Beach—the prime spot in the city to join in on a game of sand volleyball, stroll along the bustling Lakefront Trail, or go for a swim and take in the skyline views. (The view from here is one of our favorite views of Chicago!) Speaking of views, the adorably modern Lincoln Hotel has a rooftop bar with a panoramic skyline that provides a perfect place to sit and sip during the famous Chicago Air and Water Show every August.

Transit

If you choose to leave the neighborhood, getting into the city is easy: hop on the CTA’s Brown Line at the Sedgwick stop or get on the North Clark Street bus. The bus system even has some express routes available since it’s such a common path. Who knows, maybe you won’t even want to leave Old Town!



Fun Fact

Back in the summer of 2010, a Chicago downpour stranded us at Burton Place at 3am… no cabs to be found. After waiting for almost 2 hours, a restaurant cook getting off work offered to drive us home. It seemed weird, but we took it. I wonder if this was the guy who started Uber?