For Rent in Chicago
Built in 1909, the architecturally significant home is currently one of the city’s priciest rental properties.
High-rises with luxury dog spas, two-flats with big backyards, or perhaps a mix of both?
The apartment offers sweeping floor-to-ceiling views from nearly 500 feet in the air.
It’s pricey for the neighborhood, but three-bedroom unit is quite spacious.
See what’s for rent near transit stations in Logan Square, the Loop, and Oak Park
Big perks include central heat and air as well as a pet-friendly landlord.
This large 1,500-square-foot loft is available immediately.
This one can be rented unfurnished or fully furnished.
Here’s a look at available three-bedroom apartments in vintage buildings around Logan Square and Hyde Park.
This large 10,000-square-foot North Shore mansion can be rented for an equally large monthly rent price.
This large apartment is move-in ready and can be rented for $2,100 per month.
This freshly renovated apartment in Albany Park includes in-unit laundry and free heat.
This large three-bedroom loft can be rented for $3,600 per month.
See what $1,500/month gets you Avondale, Grand Boulevard, and Rogers Park.
The brand new 2950 N. Sheridan is asking some of the highest rents seen in the latest development cycle.
This charming apartment features a lovely backyard and free heat.
Or you can own the home outright for an equally expensive $1.299 million.
Live in a piece of Chicago architectural history designed by esteemed architects Andrew Rebori and Edgar Miller.
This rehabbed unit has a dishwasher, in-unit laundry, and a garage parking space.
It’s even got a dishwasher.
Located just a 10-minute walk from the Pink Line, there’s a lot to like about this interesting loft space.
Offering a peaceful and attractive compromise between city and suburban living, this rental unit in a remodeled old-school Chicago greystone has a killer outdoor garden.
The apartment is located in an ornate greystone built by famed Chicago merchant and developer Potter Palmer.
This two-bedroom unit next to Humboldt Park is renting for just $1,100 per month.
The apartment is described as a "great value for your money" in the listing. It’s hard to argue with that.
With a wall of windows, this one gets plenty of natural light.
Looking for a place to call your own? Here’s a rehabbed one-bedroom apartment that can be had for only $700 per month.