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3 Streeterville apartments you can actually afford

Live in luxury in Streeterville

Despite being one of Chicago's priciest neighborhoods, a construction boom over the years has left Streeterville as one of the city's most vacant as well. And this puts renters in a good spot. Apartments in the area are plentiful and, as long as they're not getting filled, prices will remain relatively cheap. Streeterville will likely never match the bang-for-your-buck prices of Bridgeport or Edgewater, but those neighborhoods also aren't a five-minute walk from the Magnificent Mile, and near the first Target to serve wine and beer in its store.

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333 E Ontario St: $1,400+/month

If one keeps tidy and well-organized, the studios and one-bedroom apartments at McClurg Court will maximize space and provide excellent views of Chicago. The units come replete with updated kitchen appliances and a slew of building amenities that are hard to deny. There's a shopping concourse with a 24-hour convenience store, a gym, bank, dry cleaner and even a dentist to keep your teeth clean. Dogs are welcome, the sundeck is huge and there is an indoor tennis court. What more could you need?

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333 E Ontario St: $1,400+/month

If one keeps tidy and well-organized, the studios and one-bedroom apartments at McClurg Court will maximize space and provide excellent views of Chicago. The units come replete with updated kitchen appliances and a slew of building amenities that are hard to deny. There's a shopping concourse with a 24-hour convenience store, a gym, bank, dry cleaner and even a dentist to keep your teeth clean. Dogs are welcome, the sundeck is huge and there is an indoor tennis court. What more could you need?

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333 E Ontario St: $1,400+/month

If one keeps tidy and well-organized, the studios and one-bedroom apartments at McClurg Court will maximize space and provide excellent views of Chicago. The units come replete with updated kitchen appliances and a slew of building amenities that are hard to deny. There's a shopping concourse with a 24-hour convenience store, a gym, bank, dry cleaner and even a dentist to keep your teeth clean. Dogs are welcome, the sundeck is huge and there is an indoor tennis court. What more could you need?

Photograph: Zillow
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333 E Ontario St: $1,400+/month

If one keeps tidy and well-organized, the studios and one-bedroom apartments at McClurg Court will maximize space and provide excellent views of Chicago. The units come replete with updated kitchen appliances and a slew of building amenities that are hard to deny. There's a shopping concourse with a 24-hour convenience store, a gym, bank, dry cleaner and even a dentist to keep your teeth clean. Dogs are welcome, the sundeck is huge and there is an indoor tennis court. What more could you need?

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25 E Delaware Place: $1,095+/month

The one-bedroom apartments in this attractive brick building will suit those in the market for something a little more traditional and home-y. Built in 1929, it has an unbeatable charm with the marble- and chandelier-laden lobby. The units inside are spacious and come with hardwood floors, making cleanup a breeze. One more cool thing before you go, the rooftop was used as the hospital roof in ER, the show that made George Clooney famous.

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25 E Delaware Place: $1,095+/month

The one-bedroom apartments in this attractive brick building will suit those in the market for something a little more traditional and home-y. Built in 1929, it has an unbeatable charm with the marble- and chandelier-laden lobby. The units inside are spacious and come with hardwood floors, making cleanup a breeze. One more cool thing before you go, the rooftop was used as the hospital roof in ER, the show that made George Clooney famous.

Photograph: Zillow
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25 E Delaware Place: $1,095+/month

The one-bedroom apartments in this attractive brick building will suit those in the market for something a little more traditional and home-y. Built in 1929, it has an unbeatable charm with the marble- and chandelier-laden lobby. The units inside are spacious and come with hardwood floors, making cleanup a breeze. One more cool thing before you go, the rooftop was used as the hospital roof in ER, the show that made George Clooney famous.

Photograph: Zillow
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25 E Delaware Place: $1,095+/month

The one-bedroom apartments in this attractive brick building will suit those in the market for something a little more traditional and home-y. Built in 1929, it has an unbeatable charm with the marble- and chandelier-laden lobby. The units inside are spacious and come with hardwood floors, making cleanup a breeze. One more cool thing before you go, the rooftop was used as the hospital roof in ER, the show that made George Clooney famous.

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860 N Dewitt Place: $1,650/month

Gorgeous. This is one studio that doesn't even feel like studio. The unit makes excellent use of partition walls to cordon off the different areas of the apartment, making each "room" feel as they're supposed to. The kitchen has the standard applianaces and a dishwasher, but most importantly—tons of storage space. Select walls are creatively adorned with patterned wallpaper that really brighten up the space, though that won't be too necessary, the windows are both numerous and large.

Photograph: Zumper
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860 N Dewitt Place: $1,650/month

Gorgeous. This is one studio that doesn't even feel like studio. The unit makes excellent use of partition walls to cordon off the different areas of the apartment, making each "room" feel as they're supposed to. The kitchen has the standard applianaces and a dishwasher, but most importantly—tons of storage space. Select walls are creatively adorned with patterned wallpaper that really brighten up the space, though that won't be too necessary, the windows are both numerous and large.

Photograph: Zumper
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860 N Dewitt Place: $1,650/month

Gorgeous. This is one studio that doesn't even feel like studio. The unit makes excellent use of partition walls to cordon off the different areas of the apartment, making each "room" feel as they're supposed to. The kitchen has the standard applianaces and a dishwasher, but most importantly—tons of storage space. Select walls are creatively adorned with patterned wallpaper that really brighten up the space, though that won't be too necessary, the windows are both numerous and large.

Photograph: Zumper
12/12

860 N Dewitt Place: $1,650/month

Gorgeous. This is one studio that doesn't even feel like studio. The unit makes excellent use of partition walls to cordon off the different areas of the apartment, making each "room" feel as they're supposed to. The kitchen has the standard applianaces and a dishwasher, but most importantly—tons of storage space. Select walls are creatively adorned with patterned wallpaper that really brighten up the space, though that won't be too necessary, the windows are both numerous and large.

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