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3 cheap Lincoln Park studios with rooftops

These cheap studios are for budget-savvy Chicagoans who want to live alone and spend most of their time out on the town

Roommates can be a serious drag. They have pets. They have friends. Their mere emotions can reduce you to hiding in the dark recesses of your thin-walled room for days. Sometimes, you feel just too old for roommates to be a possibility anymore.

Whatever the reason, Chicago rent prices make living alone a possibility while in other cities (we're looking at you New York, San Francisco, L.A.), living alone is little more than a dream for most.

Chicago rents might be on the rise, but even so, our friends at Zumper discovered a selection of fairly cheap Lincoln Park studios that make a compelling case for living solo in one of the city's most fashionable neighborhoods.

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2555 N Clark St, Suite #2032; $1,435/month

This studio is a surprise. Whereas most roll the kitchen, living room and bedroom into one room, this unit has a wall, as well as a small hallway, separating the living room and kitchen. This studio just feels fresh—with its tasteful paint job and ample sunlight. The balcony and rooftop access aren't too bad either.

Photograph: Zumper
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2555 N Clark St, Suite #2032; $1,435/month

This studio is a surprise. Whereas most roll the kitchen, living room and bedroom into one room, this unit has a wall, as well as a small hallway, separating the living room and kitchen. This studio just feels fresh—with its tasteful paint job and ample sunlight. The balcony and rooftop access aren't too bad either.

Photograph: Zumper
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2555 N Clark St, Suite #2032; $1,435/month

This studio is a surprise. Whereas most roll the kitchen, living room and bedroom into one room, this unit has a wall, as well as a small hallway, separating the living room and kitchen. This studio just feels fresh—with its tasteful paint job and ample sunlight. The balcony and rooftop access aren't too bad either.

Photograph: Zumper
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2555 N Clark St, Suite #2032; $1,435/month

This studio is a surprise. Whereas most roll the kitchen, living room and bedroom into one room, this unit has a wall, as well as a small hallway, separating the living room and kitchen. This studio just feels fresh—with its tasteful paint job and ample sunlight. The balcony and rooftop access aren't too bad either.

Photograph: Zumper
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401 W Fullerton Ave: $1,390/month

Another studio with a rooftop, but with a better view. You can see the entirety of Chicago's skyline, plus there's an open-air kitchen. Hardwood floors and kitchen cabinets of warm, light-stained wood give the unit an inviting aspect often missing from many Chicago rentals, studio or otherwise.

Photograph: Zumper
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401 W Fullerton Ave: $1,390/month

Another studio with a rooftop, but with a better view. You can see the entirety of Chicago's skyline, plus there's an open-air kitchen. Hardwood floors and kitchen cabinets of warm, light-stained wood give the unit an inviting aspect often missing from many Chicago rentals, studio or otherwise.

Photograph: Zumper
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401 W Fullerton Ave: $1,390/month

Another studio with a rooftop, but with a better view. You can see the entirety of Chicago's skyline, plus there's an open-air kitchen. Hardwood floors and kitchen cabinets of warm, light-stained wood give the unit an inviting aspect often missing from many Chicago rentals, studio or otherwise.

Photograph: Zumper
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401 W Fullerton Ave: $1,390/month

Another studio with a rooftop, but with a better view. You can see the entirety of Chicago's skyline, plus there's an open-air kitchen. Hardwood floors and kitchen cabinets of warm, light-stained wood give the unit an inviting aspect often missing from many Chicago rentals, studio or otherwise.

Photograph: Zumper
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2300 N Lincoln Park Way: $1,500/month

Yes, it's cozy. But have you seen the view, the stunningly lit exterior, the well-appointed kitchen and shiny stainless steel appliances (there's a dishwasher!), the sunny bedroom? This studio makes the perfect bachelor pad or home on the go for the Chicagoan with refined tastes.

Photograph: Zumper
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2300 N Lincoln Park Way: $1,500/month

Yes, it's cozy. But have you seen the view, the stunningly lit exterior, the well-appointed kitchen and shiny stainless steel appliances (there's a dishwasher!), the sunny bedroom? This studio makes the perfect bachelor pad or home on the go for the Chicagoan with refined tastes.

Photograph: Zumper
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2300 N Lincoln Park Way: $1,500/month

Yes, it's cozy. But have you seen the view, the stunningly lit exterior, the well-appointed kitchen and shiny stainless steel appliances (there's a dishwasher!), the sunny bedroom? This studio makes the perfect bachelor pad or home on the go for the Chicagoan with refined tastes.

Photograph: Zumper
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2300 N Lincoln Park Way: $1,500/month

Yes, it's cozy. But have you seen the view, the stunningly lit exterior, the well-appointed kitchen and shiny stainless steel appliances (there's a dishwasher!), the sunny bedroom? This studio makes the perfect bachelor pad or home on the go for the Chicagoan with refined tastes.

Comments

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David D

While the issue of living alone is on point, if one needs a roommate to live in a fashionable location, how about living alone in a normal neighborhood, and then visiting various upscale areas for food and entertainment.