This neighborhood was formerly relegated to the status of commuter destination that was all about business, but with a healthy crop of new apartments being built in the Loop during the last decade there are now more options than ever for apartments in the Loop. For apartment renters who want to drive less, walk more and enjoy easy access to many of the city's most recognizable highlights, then renting a Loop apartment may be the ideal fit.
Many renters are drawn to the Chicago Loop 2-bedroom apartments for its unbeatable proximity to work, public transportation, cultural establishments and the Chicago lakefront. Living in the Loop is about as central as it gets in Chicago. 2-bedroom rentals can be found in the uxury apartment buildings that dot the map throughout the Loop at comparable prices to River North, Streeterville and Lakeshore East. These apartment buildings offer first-class amenities in luxury apartments that, on high floors, have exceptional Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan views.
The Loop’s name originates within the CTA Elevated “El” train that circles the business district of Chicago. And this “Loop” provides unparalleled convenient access to public transportation by hopping on the train at any of the 11 stations that sit on the Loop. These train lines consist of the CTA Red Line, Pink Line, Orange Line, Brown Line, Blue Line, Green Line, and Purple Line. CTA buses are equally as convenient with access to CTA bus routes: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 22, 24, 26, 28, 36, 62, 126, 143, 147, 151, 850, 851, 855.
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