|Studio||1 Bath||STUDIO||$1,650||4 days ago||-|
|Studio||1 Bath||E1702||$1,746||2 weeks ago||607|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||JR 1/1||$1,850||1 week ago||-|
|1 Bed||1.5 Bath||$1,948||1 week ago||868|
|1 Bed||1 Bath||UNIT 1/1||$1,980||11 hours ago||-|
|2 Beds||2 Bath||UNIT 2/2||$2,785||11 hours ago||-|
|2 Beds||2.5 Bath||$3,137||1 week ago||1,416|
|3 Beds||2 Bath||UNIT 3/2||$4,224||11 hours ago||-|
Chicago's Fulton River District is a hot area with apartments that will make your friends and frenemies envious. Slightly northwest of the Loop, and a little Southwest of River North Fulton River District is in the center of it all, with easy access to everything.
The CTA Blue, Pink and Green lines run right through, and the Ogilvie Transportation Center has Metra commuter trains that can take you all the way to Wisconsin. Not that you'd want to leave, with the beautiful views of downtown and nice walks along the water.
Rentals in Fulton River District are primarily amenity-rich high and mid-rises. The area is known for its new developments and high rent prices. Expect to pay at least $2,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and upwards of $3,000 for a two or three-bedroom. It is quite common for families to purchase here to avoid the rising rent costs.
The Fulton River District dates back to 1830 when the original street grid plans…