A new year has come around and with it the expectations of New Year's Resolutions. While many Chicago apartment renters make a modest list of resolutions that could be as simple as "stay organized" or "don't spend a fortune on takeout this year" (we know, that's a tough one), some renters will come up with resolutions that nudge them a bit closer to living their best lives in 2019. Will that be you this year? If the answer's yes, these five apartment buildings in Chicago can help you get a running start and tackle some of the most ambitious resolutions in the new year.
Loop Apartment Building Helps Renters Go Green in the New Year
Millennium on LaSalle
The central location and wealth of amenities in this Loop apartment building helps renters rely more on their own two feet and less on four-wheeled modes of transportation. That might come as a welcome sign to any renters who are interested in leading a more eco-friendly lifestyle in the new year. Or it could just mean more savings since you won’t need to worry about parking anymore!
World Class Dining Offers Inspiration for West Loop Apartment Renters
Luxe On Madison
Chicago apartment renters who dream of finding more inspiration for their home cooking recipes in 2019 might find their wish fulfilled in these sophisticated West Loop apartments. With world-class dining around each corner from this prime West Loop location, renters don’t need to worry about running out of inspiration for their own culinary ambitions. The top-of-the-line kitchen appliances and generously sized kitchen islands in the apartments also make it easy to impress guests when they come over for a home-cooked meal.
Miles of Magnificent Lakefront Near Gold Coast Apartments
When you resolve to get more comfortable with Chicago’s many miles of pristine lakefront, it helps to call the Gold Coast neighborhood home. If the word ‘Coast’ in the neighborhood name isn’t already a giveaway, this historically significant enclave immediately north of downtown Chicago offers some of the easiest access to Lake Michigan around town. If your new year’s resolution includes more time walking the beaches or joining that beach volleyball league all your friends constantly talk about, consider calling Astor House home. This luxurious high-rise apartment building offers rich finishes throughout each apartment while giving residents stellar views from its top-floor suite of amenities, including a pool and a modern fitness center that look out over the lake.
Pristine Access to South Branch from Printers Row Apartments
For fitness fanatics, the new year can represent a challenging prospect: is there a realistic resolution or goal that can build on an already rigorous fitness regime? Folks who live in one of the apartments for rent at The Cooper can easily find fuel for their competitive fire. Not only does this brand new Printers Row apartment building host a state-of-the-art gym on site, it puts renters in arm’s reach of the South Branch of the Chicago River. What does this burgeoning waterfront have to do with fitness? Well, if the routine of hitting the elliptical or treadmill is getting tiresome, then renters who want to train in refreshing and interesting spots along the South Branch can easily get to an array of exciting activities -- kayaking, jogging, cycling or just walking along the path in beautifully manicured parks is all within reach from The Cooper.
A View to Rival All Other Apartments in River North
The best resolutions may be the ones that are easiest to keep. And when you rent an apartment at Niche 905, it makes it pretty easy to stick to a resolution of visiting the gym on a more regular basis. Beyond all the great gym equipment available for renters at this River North apartment building, the view from the fitness center is right up there with some of the most stunning views among Chicago’s apartment buildings. If you had the Chicago skyline as your backdrop while putting in miles on the stationary bike or crushing a set of free weight exercises, then it’s easy to imagine working up the motivation to visit the gym.