73 East Lake Apartments for Rent

73 E Lake St, Chicago, IL, 60601

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-unit Laundry
  • Utilities Included

Available Units

No available units.
Total Units: 332
Move-in Fee: Administration fees
Application Fee: $65
Leases Available: 12+ months

Neighborhood Info: Loop, Lakeshore East, River North, Streeterville

Chicago’s beating heart is the Loop, right in the center of the city. And you can find apartments for rent in the Loop at 73 East Lake Apartments. Select a convertible, 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom apartment that features floor to ceiling windows, quartz countertops, in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. From your window, you can see the Chicago Riverwalk to the north and Millennium Park to the southeast. Take gorgeous walks through the bustling Loop neighborhood and visit the Cloud Gate, go to the Chicago Cultural Center, shop at Macy’s on State Street or see a show at the Chicago Theater. These Chicago apartments for rent at 73 East Lake Apartments also feature amenities for work and play: from a cyber cafe to an indoor pool, sauna and steam room, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable and entertaining living in the Chicago Loop.

There is a $200 administration fee on convertible, $300 on one bedrooms, $400 on two bedrooms and a $65 application fee per applicant. Pets are permitted with a $350 non-refundable fee for dogs and $30/month in pet rent. There is a $300 non-refundable fee for cats and $25/month in pet rent.   Reserved parking is available for $300 per month.  Utility package includes gas, water, sewer, and trash.  Utility package pricing is $40-$41 for convertibles, $45-$47 for one bedroom, and $56-$72 for two bedroom.  The property is currently offering one month free on 1 bedroom units with a 12 to 18 month lease, one month free on two bedroom units with a 12 to 18 month lease and one and a half month free on ntv convertibles, plus a $500 signing bonus, if applied within 24 hours.  Broker commissions are at the following flat rates: $3,000 for convertible units, $4,000 for one bedroom units and $5,000 for two bedroom units.


Pet Policy

Cats OK, Dogs OK.


Yes. Reserved parking is available for $300 per month.

Utilities Included

Gas, Heat

Apartment Features & Amenities

Washer/Dryer: In-Unit
Central Air Conditioning
Central Heat
Hardwood Floors
Walk-in Closets
Stainless Steel Appliances
Granite / Quartz Countertops

Building Features & Amenities

Bike Storage
Business Center
Clubhouse / Recreation Room
Dog Run
Door Staff
Dry Cleaners On-Site
Fitness Center
Grill Area
Hot Tub
Media Room
On-site Maintenance
On-site Management
Party Room
Sauna / Steam Room
Secured Entry
Storage Space
Wheelchair Accessible

Leasing Office Information

RMK Management

Office Hours

Sun.12pm - 5pm
Mon.9am - 6pm
Tue.9am - 7pm
Wed.9am - 7pm
Thu.9am - 6pm
Fri.9am - 6pm
Sat.9pm - 5pm

Located in Loop

Skyscrapers and grand theaters.
The Loop is the local shorthand for Chicago’s central downtown area. This 1 mile square area includes the city’s Financial District, the Theater District, the Art Institute, Millennium Park and Grant Park..
Pedestrians stroll on Chicago Riverwalk next to public artwork in the Loop
Pedestrians stroll on Chicago Riverwalk next to public artwork in the Loop

Neighborhood Vibe

The Loop is the place to find cutting edge skyscrapers nestled alongside classic late-19th century architecture. It’s a tableau of Chicago’s colorful past that’s peppered with some of the boldest visions for its future. 

Heart of the Neighborhood

The Loop’s name is inspired by the elevated train lines that loop around the central business district. The city’s grid-like street system builds outward from its “zero point” in the heart of the Loop. All addresses in the city signify the building’s distance from the official starting point at Madison Street and State Street.

What We Love Most

The multi-level restaurant experience at the Italian Village is a favorite among Loop lunch hour crowds, and it’s across the street from the famous Four Seasons mosaic artwork by Marc Chagall.

Best Way to Get Around

Being centrally located, all roads (and most trains) run into the Loop. In fact, the name for this neighborhood kinda says it all: getting to a ‘L’ stop is never too difficult within the Loop because of the ring of elevated train lines, plus two subway routes, that encircles the neighborhood.