THE LOOP
LUXURY APARTMENTS

Welcome to Chicago’s Loop! If you’re looking to move to the heart of downtown Chicago, you’ve come to the right place. Rent a luxury apartment in the Loop, and the entire city of Chicago is your own personal playground. 

What do people like about living in the Loop? Hands down, its central location is on the top of the list. While downtown Chicago is made up of lots of awesome neighborhoods, the Loop is right smack in the center of the city. 

If you choose to rent in the Loop, you’ll almost certainly live in a luxury high-rise building. And thanks to feverish development in Chicago, the apartment choices in the Loop feel endless. From immaculate, new apartments with incredible amenities, to sky-high units with views that stretch over the whole city. The hardest part will be deciding where you want to rent.  

Of course, when you live in downtown Chicago, you’ve got to get out and enjoy it! Step outside of your apartment, and walk to the Loop’s best restaurants, shopping and parks. The Loop also has some incredible neighboring communities and, when you live here, it’s easy to enjoy them all. Grab brunch in the South Loop, take a spin class in River North and walk your dog over to Lakeshore East’s quiet parks. When you rent in the Loop, the whole city is within reach. 

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The Loop

$1,500

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    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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The Loop

$1,636

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    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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The Loop

$1,717

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    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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The Loop

$1,750

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    Studio Renovated

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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The Loop

$1,787

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    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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The Loop

$1,795

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    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...

NEED TO KNOWS

THE LOOP’S CTA TRAIN STOPS

HIGHWAY ACCESS IN THE LOOP

UNIVERSITIES IN THE LOOP

NEED TO KNOWS

Washington/Wells Station: Brown, Orange, Pink and Purple Lines
Quincy Station: Brown, Orange, Pink and Purple Lines
LaSalle/Van Buren Station: Brown, Orange, Pink and Purple Lines
Adams/Wabash Station: Brown, Orange, Pink and Purple Lines
Washington/Wabash Station: Brown, Orange, Pink and Purple Lines
Monroe Station: Blue Station
Jackson Station: Blue Line
LaSalle: Blue Line
Washington Station: Blue Line
Lake Station: Red Line
Monroe Station: Red Line
Jackson Station: Red Line
Millenium Station: Metra Rail
Van Buren Street: Metra Rail

Highway 41 (Lake Shore Drive)
Interstates 90/94
Interstate 290

DePaul University - Loop campus
National Louis University
Harold Washington College
John Marshall Law School
Adler University
Robert Morris University
IlliniCare Health
Northwestern Medicine Loop/South Clark

THE LOOP'S
APARTMENTS FOR RENT

The luxury apartments in the Loop won’t let you down. Since this part of the city is dense, your tours of apartments in the Loop will have you going up, up up – hundreds of feet into the Chicago skyline. Imagine living in an apartment unit that’s not just modern, but boasts beautiful design, tech-savvy features and amenities that make apartment life the best life!

The smart way to find the best apartments in the Loop is to work with a leasing agent, and ours are the best in Chicago! They’ve got the inside scoop on everything the Loop has to offer – and they’re free.

Looking for a studio apartment in the Loop? We know just which ones have the extra closet space you’ll covet. Or maybe you’re serious about fitness and are wondering which apartment building in the Loop has the best gym. No matter what’s on your list of apartment must-haves, our agents will work tirelessly to find you the perfect place.

If you’re wanting to rent in one of the Loop’s newest apartment buildings, we’ll take you to peek at Parkline apartments. Just a couple blocks from Millenium Park, this modern apartment building is sleek and stylish. The minimalist design aesthetic is perfectly posh and you’ll love the chic amenity spaces. A favorite bonus at Parkline apartments is the indoor pool and spa, which is an absolute treat during Chicago winters.

Another one on our list of the best luxury apartments in the Loop is MILA. Not only are these apartments beautiful, they have an incredible location. MILA towers over the heart of Chicago, gifting views of the Chicago River, Lake Michigan and Millenium Park to its lucky residents. These dog-friendly apartments in the Loop have a great outdoor dog run and pet spa too.

Take our word for it, when it comes to luxury apartments, the Loop has got it going on. But there are so many choices, finding the right place can be overwhelming. That’s why you want to team up with Chicago’s best leasing agents (that’s us!). We’ll take your stress level down a few notches and find you a luxury apartment that checks every one of your boxes.

We’ll answer every question you have along the way too. You likely have a rent budget in mind, and may be wondering – how much is rent in the Loop? Apartment prices in the Loop depend on the type of building you rent in and what kind of unit you need. Browse the listings above to find the most updated rent prices for apartments in the Loop. From cozy studios to roomy 1, 2, or 3-bedrooms – whatever you need, we’ll help you find it.

LIVING IN CHICAGO’S LOOP

When people tell us they want to rent an apartment in the heart of downtown Chicago, we tell them to meet us in the Loop! Let us take you on a tour, and see all the best reasons to live in the Loop for yourself.

THE FOOD SCENE IN THE LOOP

Rent in the Loop, and the neighborhood's awesome restaurants will become your favorite hangouts.

The Dearborn is an incredible restaurant in the Loop if you are looking for all-day dining. The food is consistently great. It’s upscale enough for a special occasion but has a casual vibe that makes you feel right at home. Diners flock here for their bone marrow, but their brunch is a total knockout too.

For those days you need a fast bite, the takeout in the Loop will have you wanting for nothing! For mouth-watering fried chicken try Jollibee in the south part of the Loop. If you’re in the mood for a Chicago beef sandwich or Chicago-style hot dog, zip over to Jimmy’s Gyros and Grill. Open for lunch to well-past midnight, Jimmy’s is an awesome spot for Chicago classics on the cheap.

Upscale dining in the Loop is easy to find when you head north along the banks of the Chicago River. Prime and Provisions, Catch 35 and Ocean Prime all serve up steak and seafood with impeccable service.

And remember – one advantage of renting an apartment in the Loop is that you’re surrounded by other neighborhoods that have so much to offer. Cross the river into River North and behold, some of the best dining options in Chicago! Restaurant-haven West Loop is a walkable option too.

THINGS TO DO IN THE LOOP

Ready to have a little fun? Step out of your apartment building in the Loop, and enjoy all there is to do.

If you’re an art buff, a membership to the Art Institute of Chicago will be a well-loved investment. Other niche museums, like the American Writers Museum, the Design Museum of Chicago, Chicago Architectural Center and the Pritzker Military Museum are hidden gems you must check out too.

The Loop is flush with fine arts, music and entertainment as well. Treat yourself to a Broadway show at the CIBC Theatre, or catch the famed Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Nearby Goodman Theatre is another excellent option for live theater in the Loop. And then there’s the iconic Chicago Theatre, which books everything from comedy superstars to popular musical acts. Catching your favorite band here most definitely belongs on your bucket list.

And then of course, there’s the Loop’s most popular tourist attractions like Skydeck Chicago atop the Willis Tower and Cloud Gate (aka The Bean) in Millenium Park. Even if you’re a local, taking in Chicago’s most famous landmarks makes for a fun day.

Without a doubt, there is always something to do when you live in or visit the Loop. For more ideas, visit the Chicago Loop Alliance’s website. They do a wonderful job promoting all this vibrant neighborhood has to offer.

SHOPPING IN THE LOOP

So – we’ve covered food and entertainment in the Loop, now let’s talk shopping. Simply put, it’s goooood! The Magnificent Mile, along Michigan Avenue, cuts right through the Loop and has practically every national brand store you could wish for. Over on State Street, check out the former Marshall Field’s (now Macy’s) and get ready to be wowed by the grandeur of the building.

Living in the Loop is also super convenient, with no fewer than 6 neighborhood Walgreens and 5 CVS locations within its borders. Access to groceries in the Loop has been a challenge for renters, but new options are popping up! There is a Mariano’s just a squeak outside the neighborhood in nearby Lakeshore East, just north of Millenium Park. It’s a fantastic grocery store to do your big shopping trips; the deli and produce selection is out of this world! For your quick grocery needs, a Target – with a grocery department – is located right in the center of the Loop.

THE LOOP’S PARK AND RECREATION OPTIONS

This is where it gets really good! Imagine living in an urban oasis, but having green space, lakeshore, parks and trails just blocks away. The east border of the Loop is made up of the Lake Michigan shoreline, and it’s full of space to run, play and rejuvenate.

The most famous park in the Loop is Millenium Park. Home to monuments like Cloud Gate and Crown Fountain, it’s the best spot in Chicago to people-watch. Lurie Garden – a 5-acre botanical garden – is also located here and is an urban oasis, providing a peaceful respite from the pace of the city. Just steps east, explore Maggie Daley Park’s incredible playground, ice skating rink, tennis courts and ample green space.

Just south of Millenium Park is another of Chicago’s best parks – Grant Park. Straddling the Loop and the South Loop neighborhoods, it holds 319 acres of space to catch a concert, play a pick-up game or snap picture-perfect scenes of downtown.

If you’re going to rent a dog-friendly apartment, the Loop is a surprisingly great place to be. Nearly every luxury apartment welcomes pets with open arms, catering to them with in-house dog parks and spas. When you and your pup need some fresh air, stroll the streets of the Loop and head north to the Lakeshore East Dog Park. Practically an amusement park for dogs, this downtown Chicago dog park is the best place to meet up with other dog owners for a little fun.

TRANSIT OPTIONS IN THE LOOP

If you need to get around downtown Chicago (and beyond), this is the neighborhood to live in! In fact, it’s named after the famous elevated train tracks that form a loop in the center of the neighborhood.

Hop on the CTA train at one of the Loop’s 12 stations and make your way to every corner of Chicago. The Loop also has two Metra train stations, with access to lines that’ll take you to Chicago’s southern suburbs.

LIVING IN CHICAGO’S LOOP

When people tell us they want to rent an apartment in the heart of downtown Chicago, we tell them to meet us in the Loop! Let us take you on a tour, and see all the best reasons to live in the Loop for yourself.

Rent in the Loop, and the neighborhood's awesome restaurants will become your favorite hangouts. 

The Dearborn is an incredible restaurant in the Loop if you are looking for all-day dining. The food is consistently great. It’s upscale enough for a special occasion but has a casual vibe that makes you feel right at home. Diners flock here for their bone marrow, but their brunch is a total knockout too. 

For those days you need a fast bite, the takeout in the Loop will have you wanting for nothing! For mouth-watering fried chicken try Jollibee in the south part of the Loop. If you’re in the mood for a Chicago beef sandwich or Chicago-style hot dog, zip over to Jimmy’s Gyros and Grill. Open for lunch to well-past midnight, Jimmy’s is an awesome spot for Chicago classics on the cheap. 

Upscale dining in the Loop is easy to find when you head north along the banks of the Chicago River. Prime and Provisions, Catch 35 and Ocean Prime all serve up steak and seafood with impeccable service. 

And remember – one advantage of renting an apartment in the Loop is that you’re surrounded by other neighborhoods that have so much to offer. Cross the river into River North and behold, some of the best dining options in Chicago! Restaurant-haven West Loop is a walkable option too.

Ready to have a little fun? Step out of your apartment building in the Loop, and enjoy all there is to do. 

If you’re an art buff, a membership to the Art Institute of Chicago will be a well-loved investment. Other niche museums, like the American Writers Museum, the Design Museum of Chicago, Chicago Architectural Center and the Pritzker Military Museum are hidden gems you must check out too. 

The Loop is flush with fine arts, music and entertainment as well. Treat yourself to a Broadway show at the CIBC Theatre, or catch the famed Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Nearby Goodman Theatre is another excellent option for live theater in the Loop. And then there’s the iconic Chicago Theatre, which books everything from comedy superstars to popular musical acts. Catching your favorite band here most definitely belongs on your bucket list.  

And then of course, there’s the Loop’s most popular tourist attractions like Skydeck Chicago atop the Willis Tower and Cloud Gate (aka The Bean) in Millenium Park. Even if you’re a local, taking in Chicago’s most famous landmarks makes for a fun day.  

Without a doubt, there is always something to do when you live in or visit the Loop. For more ideas, visit the Chicago Loop Alliance’s website. They do a wonderful job promoting all this vibrant neighborhood has to offer. 

So – we’ve covered food and entertainment in the Loop, now let’s talk shopping. Simply put, it’s goooood! The Magnificent Mile, along Michigan Avenue, cuts right through the Loop and has practically every national brand store you could wish for. Over on State Street, check out the former Marshall Field’s (now Macy’s) and get ready to be wowed by the grandeur of the building. 

Living in the Loop is also super convenient, with no fewer than 6 neighborhood Walgreens and 5 CVS locations within its borders. Access to groceries in the Loop has been a challenge for renters, but new options are popping up! There is a Mariano’s just a squeak outside the neighborhood in nearby Lakeshore East, just north of Millenium Park. It’s a fantastic grocery store to do your big shopping trips; the deli and produce selection is out of this world! For your quick grocery needs, a Target – with a grocery department – is located right in the center of the Loop.

This is where it gets really good! Imagine living in an urban oasis, but having green space, lakeshore, parks and trails just blocks away. The east border of the Loop is made up of the Lake Michigan shoreline, and it’s full of space to run, play and rejuvenate. 

The most famous park in the Loop is Millenium Park. Home to monuments like Cloud Gate and Crown Fountain, it’s the best spot in Chicago to people-watch. Lurie Garden – a 5-acre botanical garden – is also located here and is an urban oasis, providing a peaceful respite from the pace of the city. Just steps east, explore Maggie Daley Park’s incredible playground, ice skating rink, tennis courts and ample green space. 

Just south of Millenium Park is another of Chicago’s best parks – Grant Park. Straddling the Loop and the South Loop neighborhoods, it holds 319 acres of space to catch a concert, play a pick-up game or snap picture-perfect scenes of downtown. 

If you’re going to rent a dog-friendly apartment, the Loop is a surprisingly great place to be. Nearly every luxury apartment welcomes pets with open arms, catering to them with in-house dog parks and spas. When you and your pup need some fresh air, stroll the streets of the Loop and head north to the Lakeshore East Dog Park. Practically an amusement park for dogs, this downtown Chicago dog park is the best place to meet up with other dog owners for a little fun.

If you need to get around downtown Chicago (and beyond), this is the neighborhood to live in! In fact, it’s named after the famous elevated train tracks that form a loop in the center of the neighborhood. 

Hop on the CTA train at one of the Loop’s 12 stations and make your way to every corner of Chicago. The Loop also has two Metra train stations, with access to lines that’ll take you to Chicago’s southern suburbs.

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