6 River North apartments with amazing outdoor spaces

Many River North apartments have rooftop space that offers some of the best views of downtown, but are they all worth the money?

Though a bit on the pricey side, River North is one of a handful of Chicago neighborhoods where rents aren't currently skyrocketing. Since 2012, rents have increased in almost every single Chicago neighborhood. River North hits the sweet spot close to the median—there's deals, there's good prices and luxury abounds—just don't expect to find a steal-worthy apartment like one might find elsewhere in the city.

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220 W Illinois St: $2,000/month

The Jones offers a variety of layouts depending on one's budget. Units start at around $2,000, but can obviously increase the closer you get to the top floor. The rooftop space includes an open-air pool and the positioning of the recreation room, complete with a pool table and kitchen, offers a southward view for one of the most enjoyable vantage points of the Chicago skyline.

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220 W Illinois St: $2,000/month

The Jones offers a variety of layouts depending on one's budget. Units start at around $2,000, but can obviously increase the closer you get to the top floor. The rooftop space includes an open-air pool and the positioning of the recreation room, complete with a pool table and kitchen, offers a southward view for one of the most enjoyable vantage points of the Chicago skyline.

Photograph: Zumper
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220 W Illinois St: $2,000/month

The Jones offers a variety of layouts depending on one's budget. Units start at around $2,000, but can obviously increase the closer you get to the top floor. The rooftop space includes an open-air pool and the positioning of the recreation room, complete with a pool table and kitchen, offers a southward view for one of the most enjoyable vantage points of the Chicago skyline.

Photograph: Zumper
4/24

220 W Illinois St: $2,000/month

The Jones offers a variety of layouts depending on one's budget. Units start at around $2,000, but can obviously increase the closer you get to the top floor. The rooftop space includes an open-air pool and the positioning of the recreation room, complete with a pool table and kitchen, offers a southward view for one of the most enjoyable vantage points of the Chicago skyline.

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5/24

W Illinois St & N Wells St: $2,255/month

Also in The Jones, this apartment is brand new. The balcony overlooks the Merchandise Mart and gives a view to the east as well. Should you not prefer to venture outdoors, the windows are floor-to-ceiling. Though this unit is a studio, dogs and cats are allowed—making it perfect for a single looking to get cozy with their pet. The kitchen counters are a dazzling quartz and the appliances are stainless steel.

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W Illinois St & N Wells St: $2,255/month

Also in The Jones, this apartment is brand new. The balcony overlooks the Merchandise Mart and gives a view to the east as well. Should you not prefer to venture outdoors, the windows are floor-to-ceiling. Though this unit is a studio, dogs and cats are allowed—making it perfect for a single looking to get cozy with their pet. The kitchen counters are a dazzling quartz and the appliances are stainless steel.

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W Illinois St & N Wells St: $2,255/month

Also in The Jones, this apartment is brand new. The balcony overlooks the Merchandise Mart and gives a view to the east as well. Should you not prefer to venture outdoors, the windows are floor-to-ceiling. Though this unit is a studio, dogs and cats are allowed—making it perfect for a single looking to get cozy with their pet. The kitchen counters are a dazzling quartz and the appliances are stainless steel.

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8/24

W Illinois St & N Wells St: $2,255/month

Also in The Jones, this apartment is brand new. The balcony overlooks the Merchandise Mart and gives a view to the east as well. Should you not prefer to venture outdoors, the windows are floor-to-ceiling. Though this unit is a studio, dogs and cats are allowed—making it perfect for a single looking to get cozy with their pet. The kitchen counters are a dazzling quartz and the appliances are stainless steel.

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10 E Ontario St, Unit #2606: $1,625/month

This one-bedroom apartment is a change of pace. For one, it's much cheaper. For two, most of the same amenities found at The Jones are here—you've got a pool, fitness room, on-site laundry and close proximity to (frankly) a better selection of restaurants and bars. The building also is situated within walking distance to the Red Line. Oh yeah, and the unit is on the 26th floor.

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10 E Ontario St, Unit #2606: $1,625/month

This one-bedroom apartment is a change of pace. For one, it's much cheaper. For two, most of the same amenities found at The Jones are here—you've got a pool, fitness room, on-site laundry and close proximity to (frankly) a better selection of restaurants and bars. The building also is situated within walking distance to the Red Line. Oh yeah, and the unit is on the 26th floor.

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11/24

10 E Ontario St, Unit #2606: $1,625/month

This one-bedroom apartment is a change of pace. For one, it's much cheaper. For two, most of the same amenities found at The Jones are here—you've got a pool, fitness room, on-site laundry and close proximity to (frankly) a better selection of restaurants and bars. The building also is situated within walking distance to the Red Line. Oh yeah, and the unit is on the 26th floor.

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12/24

10 E Ontario St, Unit #2606: $1,625/month

This one-bedroom apartment is a change of pace. For one, it's much cheaper. For two, most of the same amenities found at The Jones are here—you've got a pool, fitness room, on-site laundry and close proximity to (frankly) a better selection of restaurants and bars. The building also is situated within walking distance to the Red Line. Oh yeah, and the unit is on the 26th floor.

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303 W Ohio St, Unit #3706: $3,100/month

Not content with the south- and east-facing views that are the standard fare of River North apartments, this building gives a more panoramic view of the city. The rooftop is absolutely splendid, with plentiful seating, cooking and grilling space to entertain guests. The two-bed, two-bath living space gives views of the rising Chicago skyline via two walls devoted to floor-to-ceiling windows. Tack on a private balcony, and you have one apartment that's all about the outdoors, both inside and out.

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14/24

303 W Ohio St, Unit #3706: $3,100/month

Not content with the south- and east-facing views that are the standard fare of River North apartments, this building gives a more panoramic view of the city. The rooftop is absolutely splendid, with plentiful seating, cooking and grilling space to entertain guests. The two-bed, two-bath living space gives views of the rising Chicago skyline via two walls devoted to floor-to-ceiling windows. Tack on a private balcony, and you have one apartment that's all about the outdoors, both inside and out.

Photograph: Zumper
15/24

303 W Ohio St, Unit #3706: $3,100/month

Not content with the south- and east-facing views that are the standard fare of River North apartments, this building gives a more panoramic view of the city. The rooftop is absolutely splendid, with plentiful seating, cooking and grilling space to entertain guests. The two-bed, two-bath living space gives views of the rising Chicago skyline via two walls devoted to floor-to-ceiling windows. Tack on a private balcony, and you have one apartment that's all about the outdoors, both inside and out.

Photograph: Zumper
16/24

303 W Ohio St, Unit #3706: $3,100/month

Not content with the south- and east-facing views that are the standard fare of River North apartments, this building gives a more panoramic view of the city. The rooftop is absolutely splendid, with plentiful seating, cooking and grilling space to entertain guests. The two-bed, two-bath living space gives views of the rising Chicago skyline via two walls devoted to floor-to-ceiling windows. Tack on a private balcony, and you have one apartment that's all about the outdoors, both inside and out.

Photograph: Zumper
17/24

71 W Hubbard St: $3,515/month

There are many varieties of luxury available in Chicago, and the brand provided here is exquisite. The main living area consists of a space lined with windows that invite sunny splashes onto the stylish gray walls and dark hardwood flooring. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, there's more than enough space for a significant other and a project room. Like the others here, there is a rooftop with a pool, but this view is one that really beats them all, especially at night.

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71 W Hubbard St: $3,515/month

There are many varieties of luxury available in Chicago, and the brand provided here is exquisite. The main living area consists of a space lined with windows that invite sunny splashes onto the stylish gray walls and dark hardwood flooring. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, there's more than enough space for a significant other and a project room. Like the others here, there is a rooftop with a pool, but this view is one that really beats them all, especially at nigh

Photograph: Zumper
19/24

71 W Hubbard St: $3,515/month

There are many varieties of luxury available in Chicago, and the brand provided here is exquisite. The main living area consists of a space lined with windows that invite sunny splashes onto the stylish gray walls and dark hardwood flooring. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, there's more than enough space for a significant other and a project room. Like the others here, there is a rooftop with a pool, but this view is one that really beats them all, especially at nigh

Photograph: Zumper
20/24

71 W Hubbard St: $3,515/month

There are many varieties of luxury available in Chicago, and the brand provided here is exquisite. The main living area consists of a space lined with windows that invite sunny splashes onto the stylish gray walls and dark hardwood flooring. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, there's more than enough space for a significant other and a project room. Like the others here, there is a rooftop with a pool, but this view is one that really beats them all, especially at nigh

Photograph: Zumper
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757 N Orleans St: $3,791/month

Top of the line, tons of room to live and entertain, but does the price tag merit the amenities? In a lot of ways, the other less pricey, less spacious apartments give you more for your bottom dollar. The rooftop pool and deck are nice, the kitchen's nice, but you can still pay $1,000 less for something similar just a few blocks away.

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757 N Orleans St: $3,791/month

Top of the line, tons of room to live and entertain, but does the price tag merit the amenities? In a lot of ways, the other less pricey, less spacious apartments give you more for your bottom dollar. The rooftop pool and deck are nice, the kitchen's nice, but you can still pay $1,000 less for something similar just a few blocks away.

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757 N Orleans St: $3,791/month

Top of the line, tons of room to live and entertain, but does the price tag merit the amenities? In a lot of ways, the other less pricey, less spacious apartments give you more for your bottom dollar. The rooftop pool and deck are nice, the kitchen's nice, but you can still pay $1,000 less for something similar just a few blocks away.

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757 N Orleans St: $3,791/month

Top of the line, tons of room to live and entertain, but does the price tag merit the amenities? In a lot of ways, the other less pricey, less spacious apartments give you more for your bottom dollar. The rooftop pool and deck are nice, the kitchen's nice, but you can still pay $1,000 less for something similar just a few blocks away.

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