This Chicago neighborhood just a bit west of downtown Chicago can be a convenient place to call home for renters who want to shortcut their commute. The CTA Blue line stops at Division and Chicago kind of bookend Noble Square's main drag along N Milwaukee Ave. Studios in Noble Square aren't characteristically as pricey as apartments in other trendy neighborhoods a bit further west or north; thus, renters who want to save a bit of money on rent while still being close to the Chicago Loop and River North should search for studio apartments in Noble Square.
The proximity that Noble Square studio apartment renters get to both downtown Chicago and the happening west side neighborhoods of Wicker Park and Bucktown make it an attractive destination for renters. Noble Square is located between River West, East Village, and Fulton Market. That doesn't factor in the up-and-coming restaurant scene establishing itself in Noble Square, which may be another entry into the plus column for renters on the fence about renting a studio apartment in this neighborhood.
Noble Square has a limited inventory of studio apartments because this neighborhood commonly has larger apartments with one or more bedrooms.
For further Noble Square apartment selections, try browsing for Noble Square 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, and 4-bedroom apartments for rent.