High-Rise Apartments for Rent in River North
Chicago’s River North neighborhood is home to many restaurants, art galleries, and stores. The area’s central downtown location provides close proximity to the business district and countless public transit options. Construction of River North rental buildings has been on the rise since 2013, which has created a wide range of options for renters seeking a luxury apartment downtown. We’ve rounded up a collection of high-rise apartments in River North, Chicago to get your search started:
Located at: 221 W. Hubbard
Year Built: 2017
Floor Plans: Studio, One-, Two-, and Three-Bedroom
Around the corner from Merchandise Mart, HUBBARD221 offers sophisticated residences with Italian soft-close cabinetry, stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, Balterio gray plank flooring, and floor-to-ceiling windows with city skyline views. The 21st floor features a range of amenities, including a sun terrace with pool and hot tub, fitness center, meditation lounge and yoga studio, co-working hub, and resident lounge.
Located at: 165 W. Superior
Year Built: 2017
Floor Plans: Studio, Convertible, One Bedroom Plus Den, One-, Two-, and Three-Bedroom
Exhibit is well known in Chicago for one of its unique amenities— a Musician in Residence for live entertainment. The amenity floor offers many separate spaces, such as the private dining room, library nook, and tech lounge with charging station and kitchen. From a boxing simulator to spin bikes, the health club style fitness center has something for everyone’s favorite work out routine. Each River North apartment provides energy saving appliances, driftwood plank flooring throughout, and contemporary finishes.
Located at: 360 W. Hubbard
Year Built: 2013
Floor Plans: Studio, Convertible, One Bedroom Plus Den, One- and Two-Bedroom
While Hubbard Place is no longer a new kid on the block, these high rise apartments offer some of the best finishes and features in River North. On the edge of River North and across the street from the East Bank Club, Hubbard Place has some stunning views of the city and river- especially in the spacious floor plans featuring curved walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. Residents enjoy an expansive outdoor sundeck, indoor Whirlpool spa with sauna and steam, private theater, and complimentary Starbucks in the lounge.
Located at: 750 N. Hudson
Year Built: 2017
Floor Plans: One- and Two-Bedroom, One Bedroom Plus Den, Two Bedroom Plus Den, Three Bedroom Penthouse
In the northwest corner of River North, The Hudson was the Onni Group’s first development in Chicago. With a private balcony in every floor plan, the condo-quality apartments feature chef-inspired kitchens with granite slab waterfall countertops and full-height backsplashes, integrated Bosch appliances, and stainless steel hood range. The 20,000 square foot amenity space includes an outdoor pool with cabanas, lounge, business center, and private outdoor kitchens.
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