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New rent map shows West Loop, River North as priciest neighborhoods

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Kris Vire
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The latest data from apartment rental site Zumper ranks Chicago as the 10th most expensive city in the U.S. for rents, with a median one-bedroom price of $1,750.

The company’s interactive map shows the median rent prices this fall for one-bedroom apartments in neighborhoods across the city, ranging from $600 in the far South Side neighborhoods of South Deering and East Side all the way up to $2,100. The most expensive neighborhoods in the city, none too surprisingly, are the West Loop and River North, with the Loop and Streeterville close behind.

 

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