River North Apartment Living
Heart of the Neighborhood
What We Love Most
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Around the Neighborhood
River North apartments in Chicago have seen a boom in construction of luxury new apartments in recent years. As a result, River north apartments have multiplied, turning this into a highly desirable neighborhood for renters seeking luxury rentals and convenience. Rentals are more expensive than other nearby neighborhoods, however this neighborhood delivers on convenience, luxury and rests in the heart of Chicago nightlife.
Dining in River North
Joe’s Seafood and David Burke’s Primehouse are two of the steadiest places for steak in the city. Erie Cafe is an intimate gem that locals adore, the kind of place where your waiter recognizes you and has your drink order memorized. For a more contemporary vibe, RPM Italian is a coveted spot for modern Italian dishes. But seriously, an entire diner’s guide could be written and tailored to just this one neighborhood of the city. You won’t go hungry here, trust us.
Nightlife in River North
The neighborhood has no shortage of places to enjoy libations, tasty bites and accompanying music that is a touch louder than your typical Chicago bar.
Coffee in River North
The city’s favorite bean roasters have set up outposts for River North, including Big Shoulders Coffee and Bowtruss. For those looking to load up on the treats along with their coffee, Glazed and Infused is a good place for unique donuts and friendly vibes.
History in River North
The old North Side Gang’s headquarters were above Schofield’s, Dean O'Banion's flower shop at 738 N State St, across from Holy Name Cathedral, a landmark that’s visible from many River North apartments today. After O'Banion suckered John Torrio into buying his half-interest in a brewery for $500,000 shortly before the feds raided it, Torrio’s South Side Gang exacted revenge.