Pour yourself a glass of cider, pull on that sweater and maybe snuggle up with a blanket or a good book, because autumn is on its way to the Midwest. These Chicago apartment buildings are prepared for the arrival of chilly evenings, scary movie marathons and pumpkin-spiced everything with their amenity packages. The one indispensable amenity for crisp fall evenings? A fire pit. And these buildings provide great spots to get cozy while you admire the changing seasonal colors and chat with your neighbors over a warm fire.
Old Town Apartments with Modern Vibes and Epic Views
North + Vine
Balconies have emerged as one of the most popular amenities for rental communities in 2020. These outdoor spaces may be scaled down in comparison with, say, a sprawling rooftop deck, but what they lack in footprint they make up for in personalization. The apartments for rent at North + Vine offer renters the chance to make their balcony space a reflection of themselves without missing a chance to spotlight Chicago’s iconic skyline.
Renting in Printer’s Row Gets Redefined
Think of these sleek Printer’s Row apartments as the solution for flexible 21st century living: there’s a bevy of outdoor amenities like fire pits that renters can enjoy at Imprint, but there’s also a co-working space in the building for those days when it’s better to break out of the home office. Virtually every facet of modern-day renting is handled with aplomb at these sophisticated Printer’s Row apartments for rent, which are offering 2 months of free rent for a limited time!
University Village Lofts with Unique Industrial Heritage
The Otis Loft Apartments
These University Village loft apartments prove that converted factory lofts can be equally bold and cozy at the same time. The industrial elements salvaged from the building’s past life as an elevator factory lend the units a lived-in quality. And as a quick disclaimer, no -- there isn’t a specific fire pit on the grounds of The Otis. There are, however, several grilling areas and a sprawling rooftop patio that regularly hosts happy hours, outdoor yoga classes or provides a chill space to get work done outside of the apartment. So you might say that, despite not having a fire pit, the rooftop scene at The Otis is still pretty lit.
Lincoln Park Apartments with Elevated Amenities
Elevate Lincoln Park
The new luxury apartment scene is migrating outward from its stronghold in downtown Chicago. Lincoln Park was an inevitable stop along the path, and with Elevate it’s clear that the developers have heeded the calls of renters who demand best-in-class amenities in stellar city locations. The name clearly indicates that renters at Elevate needn’t stress about having access to Chicago’s public transit system. Beyond its prime location, this new Lincoln Park apartment building offers renters a showstopper of an amenities level. Fire pits and first-class lounges mingle with a rooftop pool and spectacular city views.
South Loop Apartments with Views that Spark Joy
South Loop views are some of the city’s finest. It’s a great spot to get slices of Lake Michigan along with majestic skyline views. Astoria Tower affords renters a variety of settings to appreciate all the view that this high-rise can offer. Residents can take in the sunsets and city views over the warmth of a communal fire pit on one of Astoria Tower’s two rooftop decks.
Gold Coast Apartments Combine Convenience & Comfort
Elm Street Plaza
How about apartment life in the Gold Coast? Think it’s going to be a pricey experience? Think again. This Gold Coast apartment building brings it all together for the renter who wants prime location, great amenities (including that wonderful fire pit) and a reasonable monthly rent. Just steps away from the Clark/Division station on the ‘L’ Red line, Elm Street Plaza is a bargain compared to other apartments in the Gold Coast that offer the same set of amenities and great location. Elm Street boasts convenient access to the city’s public transit network, the beach, and of course all the glam shopping options up and down Rush St.
Cool Apartments for Rent in One of Chicago's Hottest Neighborhoods
The Fulton Market neighborhood is on fire lately. New restaurants, shops and trendy cafes are making their way into this part of town that was once home to a meatpacking district. Newcomers to Fulton Market can still strike while the iron is hot and get in to experience the character of this formerly industrial corner of town that’s alarmingly close to downtown -- meaning commutes into downtown office space will be a breeze. Apartment renters at Echelon Chicago can watch the flurry of activity in this red-hot neighborhood from the comfortable lounge beside the communal fire pit.