THE LOOP
LUXURY APARTMENTS

If you’re new to Chicago you might be curious to learn more about the mysterious “Loop” that everyone refers to—well, here it is! It gets its name from the elevated train (which we call the El train) that forms an oval at the center of downtown. If you look at a map of the El, it’s easy to see. Although, it actually looks more like a rectangle if you ask us… To browse a current selection of Loop rentals and to learn more about the area, continue down the page.

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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

$1,900

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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

$1,993

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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

$2,034

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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

$2,038

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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

$2,041

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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

CTA TRAIN STOPS (NEARBY)

METRA STATIONS

Millennium Station (Corner of Michigan and Randolph)

Highway Access

UNIVERSITIES + HOSPITALS

NEED TO KNOWS

Red Line
Blue Line
Brown Line
Purple Line
Orange Line
Green Line
Pink Line

Millennium Station (Corner of Michigan and Randolph)

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

DePaul University Loop Campus (Joan Wish Center)
National Louis University
Harold Washington College
John Marshall Law School
Adler University
Robert Morris University
IlliniCare Health
Northwestern Medicine Loop/South Clark

THE LOOP
APARTMENTS FOR RENT

Living in a Loop apartments for rent means you’re at the heart of the city. During the week, the Loop is packed with the young urban professionals who live and work there. The view from one of the highrise balconies in this area offers an attractive cityscape made up of glossed windows and impressive architecture. Inside, the suites have bright interiors and clever floor plans that mean you make the most of your space. The majority of buildings have gyms and swimming pools so that you can work out with ease and be looking your best for those nights out on the town.

LIFESTYLE + AMENITIES

LANDMARKS

You’ll find the headquarters of major companies like Kraft Heinz, MillerCoors, and Hyatt Hotels as well as some of the tallest buildings in the city like the Aon Center and, of course, the Willis Tower. At 110 stories, the Willis Tower (or the Sears Tower as all the locals still call it) is one of North America’s tallest buildings. If you’re feeling brave, step onto the Skydeck’s spine-chilling Ledge that hovers over the city.

Lunch locales and happy hour spots are always bustling during the work week. One of the most popular new hotspots is the historic Chicago Athletic Association, which is more than just a meticulously restored hotel. There’s a Shake Shack in the lobby for when you’re craving a fast and delicious burger, but head upstairs to find so much more. The hotel was formerly a city club, and it still feels exclusive and special now that it’s open to the public. Don’t miss the rooftop bar with panoramic views of Lake Michigan and Millennium Park where you’ll find “The Bean,” Chicago’s most famous sculpture.

ARTS & CULTURE

The Loop is also home to the Theater District of Chicago where first-class shows come to perform all year round from musicals like Book of Mormon to comedians like Jim Gaffigan to the Joffrey Ballet’s always-popular rendition of The Nutcracker. If that’s not enough culture for you, just steps away is Grant Park, home to Chicago’s star-studded Lollapalooza music festival. International acts like Coldplay, Lady Gaga, and Muse (as well as up-and-coming bands) gather for three days of summer fun every August. The music doesn’t stop there. Millennium Park holds free concerts featuring local musicians every week during the summer.

Museum lovers will enjoy being so close to the world-renowned Art Institute of Chicago where you can stare at George Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” as Ferris Bueller did. (P.S. Illinois residents get in free every Thursday evening!) Renters in the Loop aren’t far from the rest of Chicago’s famed South Loop museum campus, which encompasses the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, and the Adler Planetarium. Though not a museum, sports fans will want to know that Soldier Field is right there too!

Transit

With the El Train circling around you and the Metra and Amtrak stations nearby, renting in the Loop means you’ll never need a car. Ogilvie Transportation Center and Union Station connect to the Chicago suburbs, nearby Milwaukee, and beyond. The El Train will shuttle you directly to O’Hare Airport or Midway Airport if you ever need to escape the city… but who wants to leave such a fantastic place?

LIFESTYLE + AMENITIES

You’ll find the headquarters of major companies like Kraft Heinz, MillerCoors, and Hyatt Hotels as well as some of the tallest buildings in the city like the Aon Center and, of course, the Willis Tower. At 110 stories, the Willis Tower (or the Sears Tower as all the locals still call it) is one of North America’s tallest buildings. If you’re feeling brave, step onto the Skydeck’s spine-chilling Ledge that hovers over the city.

Lunch locales and happy hour spots are always bustling during the work week. One of the most popular new hotspots is the historic Chicago Athletic Association, which is more than just a meticulously restored hotel. There’s a Shake Shack in the lobby for when you’re craving a fast and delicious burger, but head upstairs to find so much more. The hotel was formerly a city club, and it still feels exclusive and special now that it’s open to the public. Don’t miss the rooftop bar with panoramic views of Lake Michigan and Millennium Park where you’ll find “The Bean,” Chicago’s most famous sculpture.

The Loop is also home to the Theater District of Chicago where first-class shows come to perform all year round from musicals like Book of Mormon to comedians like Jim Gaffigan to the Joffrey Ballet’s always-popular rendition of The Nutcracker. If that’s not enough culture for you, just steps away is Grant Park, home to Chicago’s star-studded Lollapalooza music festival. International acts like Coldplay, Lady Gaga, and Muse (as well as up-and-coming bands) gather for three days of summer fun every August. The music doesn’t stop there. Millennium Park holds free concerts featuring local musicians every week during the summer.

Museum lovers will enjoy being so close to the world-renowned Art Institute of Chicago where you can stare at George Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” as Ferris Bueller did. (P.S. Illinois residents get in free every Thursday evening!) Renters in the Loop aren’t far from the rest of Chicago’s famed South Loop museum campus, which encompasses the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, and the Adler Planetarium. Though not a museum, sports fans will want to know that Soldier Field is right there too!

With the El Train circling around you and the Metra and Amtrak stations nearby, renting in the Loop means you’ll never need a car. Ogilvie Transportation Center and Union Station connect to the Chicago suburbs, nearby Milwaukee, and beyond. The El Train will shuttle you directly to O’Hare Airport or Midway Airport if you ever need to escape the city… but who wants to leave such a fantastic place?

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“I was moving from New York to Chicago and only had 1 day to visit and find an apartment. Dorothy provided so much detail about the potential apartments via email weeks ahead and I was able to narrow my choices down by the time I arrived. We didn’t have to worry about finding each building since we were driven around to the different apartments. I knew the last one we saw was the perfect for me! I signed the apartment that day. I was able to go home stress free and excited about my new adventure in a new city thanks to Dorothy’s help.”

– Melissa

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