Let’s take a look at a latest development in Chicago’s apartment scene: the Aurélien.
Located at the corner of Clark and Chestnut, the 31-story apartment tower recently opened and is generating buzz around the Gold Coast. Aurélien, which translates to ‘golden’ in French, is a chic and urban industrial style rental development of 368 units. The building offers studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom luxury rental homes with hardwood floors, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and floor to ceiling windows. Amenities include an outdoor pool, luxury sundeck, garden terrace, a fitness center and pet-friendly perks. Rents begin from $1,860/month.
See inside the new Aurélien building…
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The price of living in Chicago’s best neighborhoods is no fun and games—but it definitely pays off when it’s as luxurious as The Parker Fulton Market. The newest luxury addition to the meatpacking district at 730 W Couch Place is available to rent. The apartments at The Parker Fulton Market vary from 0–3 bedrooms and 1–2 baths, ranging in cost of $1,835 – $3,755. They come with 9′ and 12′ ceilings, the latest stainless steel and stainless Whirlpool appliances, an open kitchen concept with all your kitchen needs, quartz counter tops, linen closets, a walk-in closets, vinyl flooring, a balcony, and a in-unit washer/dryer. Most importantly, the view you get from your double pane windows: nothing says living without views of a Chicago skyline.
You can also expect features like 24 hour availability and emergency maintenance, a barbecue area with a barbecue/grill, a pet play area, bike storage, an executive business center, a car charging station, an art of the state fitness center, a coffee bar, disposal chutes, a lounge, maid service, a dry cleaning service, a media center/movie theater, and a package receiving and service.
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For more information regarding this property, go to The Parker Fulton Market
Chicago is ranked as the ninth most expensive city to live in. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t affordable apartments to be found in the city. Here are some affordable neighborhoods that have rent prices below the city average of $1,967.
Here are 5 Chicago neighborhoods with under the average rents
Average Rent: $1314
The neighborhood currently is home to more Irish-style pubs than any other in Chicago. Is that a property value booster?
Average Rent: $1269
Edgewater contains several beaches that residents enjoy in the late spring, summer, and early autumn. Chicago’s largest park, Lincoln Park, stretches south from Edgewater for seven miles along the waterfront, almost to downtown.
Average Rent: $1,250
The neighborhood of Rogers Park may be the most expensive on our list, but rent prices are still lower than the city average. Rogers Park boasts the distinction of being the northernmost neighborhood in Chicago and being one of the most diverse. There are 80 different languages spoken among the 63,000 residents.
Average Rent: $975
Moving to Mount Greenwood will offer you the most bang for your buck. Not only can you live in an affordable apartment, but you can also live in the safest neighborhood in Chicago. This neighborhood offers a casual experience with many locally owned restaurants offering a variety of cuisines.
Average Rent: $964
Located in the southeastern part of the city, Avalon Park rounds out our list as the cheapest. Formerly known as “Mud Lake,” Avalon Park has progressed over the years from its swampy days and now boasts a middle-class residential community.
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