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Companies like Google and McDonald’s are moving in fast and making this stylish neighborhood even more desirable than it once was. There’s a distinct Meatpacking District vibe here, as converted lofts and warehouses are common. Modern urban architecture updates these workspaces into beautiful homes.
Prices vary greatly among West Loop apartments for rent, and buildings often offer rooftop patios and swimming areas for a warm evening under the stars, gyms for the fitness enthusiast, floor-to-ceiling windows for the sun worshipper, and kitchens with updated appliances for the foodie. West Loop rentals manage to feel quiet and residential. The exception, of course, is the district’s pièce de résistance: the uber-trendy Randolph St.
Living In West Loop, Chicago Apartments
West Loop Chicago apartments are a perfect distance from fine dining, local sporting events, and all of the basic amenities you might need during your stay.
Filled with more restaurants than bars, Randolph St. includes Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard’s namesake restaurants Girl and the Goat, Little Goat, and Duck Duck Goat. That’s just the beginning. Nearby, side streets offer everything from Soho House, a members-only club and hotel, to the Aviary, a once-in-a-lifetime kind of cocktail experience from chef Grant Achatz of Alinea fame. Needless to say, you’ll never go hungry in this neighborhood.
Randolph St. is known for more than just restaurants and bars. The Randolph Street Market is an internationally known antique market that takes over the neighborhood for one weekend every month of the year. If you’re looking for unique pieces for your apartment home or vintage clothing, don’t miss this shopping experience. Neighbors also love gathering at the Taste of Randolph, a—you guessed it—dining-focused street festival every summer. City Winery can also be found on Randolph St. It holds small, but impressive concerts with a wine list to boot. Prince once did a surprise midnight show!
There are some low-key spots near West Loop rentals if you prefer a more casual night out. Publican Quality Meats, an outstanding deli, serves sandwiches to die for, and Green Street Smoked Meats is a super hip barbecue joint with a unique coffee shop attached and a ramen joint hidden downstairs. If you’re not up for a fancy cocktail, Lone Wolf and Parlor Pizza Bar are great spots to grab a beer.
Sports fans will be happy to learn they are close to the United Center where the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks host home games. (And when the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup, the parade starts right here in the West Loop and travels down Randolph St. toward downtown!) Concertgoers take note: the United Center isn’t just for sports. It’s where the biggest musicians perform. From U2 to Rihanna to Adele, United Center has seen it all.
This neighborhood is trendy, but it’s practical too with a Target, Mariano’s, and Whole Foods close by. The CTA’s Green and Pink Lines run through the neighborhood ready to take you right into the heart of the city where you can transfer to the popular Red Line, which leads north to Lincoln Park, and Wrigleyville. For those looking for Metra or Amtrak access to the suburbs and beyond, Union Station and Ogilvie Transportation Center are just east of the highway.