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20 apartments for rent near Lakeview, Chicago, IL

100 Forest Place
Oak Park, IL 60301
$1,459 - $4,450
Studio - 2 Beds
Savannah Trace Apartments
Schaumburg, IL 60193
$1,156 - $2,807
1 - 2 Beds
Clover Ridge East Apartments
Palatine, IL 60074
$1,293 - $2,524
1 - 2 Beds

Apartments in Lakeview, Chicago, IL

1237 West
Chicago, IL 60614
$1,080 - $1,985
2 - 4 Beds
Short-Term, Student
Dearborn Plaza
Chicago, IL 60610
$700 - $985
Studio
State & Chestnut
Chicago, IL 60610
$1,575 - $4,005
Studio - 2 Beds
Optima Chicago Center
Chicago, IL 60611
$1,950 - $12,878
Studio - 4 Beds
Near Michigan Avenue, The Loop, River North, The Gold Coast, Navy Pier...
Westhaven Park
Chicago, IL 60608
$1,000 - $1,600
1 - 3 Beds
Gateway West Loop
Chicago, IL 60607
$1,545 - $3,325
Studio - 2 Beds
100% SMOKE-FREE! NEAR I-90, I-94, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, COYNE...
Park Douglas
Chicago, IL 60608
Call for rates
1 - 3 Beds
Income Restricted
The Marquee
Chicago, IL 60605
$1,850 - $1,950
2 Beds
930-36 Judson
Evanston, IL 60202
$1,000 - $1,350
1 - 3 Beds
6752-70 N. Sauganash
Chicago, IL 60646
$825 - $1,100
1 - 2 Beds
Evanston Place Apartments
Evanston, IL 60201
$1,464 - $6,806
Studio - 3 Beds
Oak Park Apartments
Oak Park, IL 60302
$699 - $1,700
Studio - 2 Beds
Oak Park Residence Corporation
Oak Park, IL 60302
Call for rates
Studio - 3 Beds
Harvey Street Apartments
Oak Park, IL 60302
$935 - $1,000
1 Bed
100 Forest Place
Oak Park, IL 60301
$1,459 - $4,450
Studio - 2 Beds
Legends South
Chicago, IL 60609
$900 - $1,500
1 - 3 Beds
From $1,674
1 Bed
Short-Term
Woodlawn Terrace
Chicago, IL 60615
$668 - $1,626
Studio - 2 Beds
5222-38 S Drexel Avenue
Chicago, IL 60615
$1,000 - $2,606
1 - 3 Beds
Algonquin Apartments
Chicago, IL 60615
$1,035 - $2,150
Studio - 2 Beds

For those looking for options that appeal to a broad range of lifestyles, the Lakeview community may be a match. Four miles north of Chicago’s Loop, Lakeview offers a vast landscape of cuisines and cultures, sizzling nightlife and plentiful shops. Lakeview is also home to the Chicago Cubs’ Wrigley Field. Its many bars and restaurants are always full, especially so during baseball season.

Less than one block from vibrant commercial areas, visitors will find beautifully maintained tree-lined streets, with attractive homes in a mix of architectural styles – no doubt one reason for Lakeview’s popularity.

A second reason for its popularity is the less-expensive housing, slightly cheaper than neighborhoods nearer the Loop. Lakeview is a very young neighborhood, with much of its population under 30; in 2000, the population numbered 94,817 residents, making it the second largest Chicago community by population.

Lakeview encompasses two popular districts: Wrigleyville and Boystown. Named for Wrigley Field, Wrigleyville is the formerly working-class neighborhood surrounding it, featuring some low-rise brick buildings and houses with rooftop bleachers referred to as Wrigley Rooftops, where fans can watch baseball games or concerts.

Chicago’s gay district is known as Boystown. This area caters to Chicago nightlife, featuring more than 60 gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The annual Chicago Pride Parade, one of the largest gay pride parades in the nation, takes place here.

Lakeview East is notable for its Jewish population and three synagogues. Historic churches include Lakeview Presbyterian Church and Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church offers one of the largest alternate lifestyle-welcoming congregations authorized by a diocese in the US.

Transportation is easy via the Ravenswood El Red, Purple and Brown lines and CTA buses.