|Studio||1 Bath||STUDIO||$1,840||16 hours ago||-|
|Studio||1 Bath||$2,018||23 weeks ago||656|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||CONVERTIBLE||$1,825||16 hours ago||-|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||1/1||$2,250||16 hours ago||-|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||$2,415||22 weeks ago||728|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||822||$2,787||12 weeks ago||715|
|2 Beds||2 Bath||2/2||$4,035||16 hours ago||-|
|3 Beds||3 Bath||3/3||$5,702||16 hours ago||-|
Chances are if you've been to Chicago, you've spent some time in the Loop. There's so much to do that you may find yourself renting an apartment and calling it home for a while. According to the most recent census, 29,283 other people already do. Not only is The Loop the central business district; Chicago's street numbering system originates in the Loop at the intersection of State Street and Madison Street. It is undeniably Chicago's epicenter.
In 1803 the U.S. Army erected Fort Dearborn on the south bank of the Chicago River, near where the Michigan Avenue Bridge is today. The expansion of rail transportation during 1800's gave way to Chicago becoming the nation's railway hub. In 1884 the world's first skyscraper, the Home Insurance Building, was built here, supported by a structural steel frame. Today The Loop is home to scores of skyscrapers, most notably, the Willis Tower, once the tallest building in the world.
-The Loop got…