Loop / New East Side apartment reviews

The Loop is Community Area 32 of the 77 on the city’s official list. Its official boundaries are from Roosevelt Rd (1200 S) north to the Chicago River, and Lake Michigan west to the Chicago River.

The Loop is more commonly thought of as the area bounded by the El tracks and the streets that border the El: Van Buren St (400 S) to Lake St (200 N), Wabash Ave (45 E) to Wells St (200 W). The Loop includes ZIP codes 60601 through 60607.

The Loop is bordered on the north by River North and Streeterville, on the west by the West Loop, University Village, Fulton Market and Fulton River District and on the south by the South Loop.

The New East Side and the Lakeshore East development are part of the larger Loop neighborhood.

In addition to the reviews, consult our at-a-glance list of Loop / New East Side apartments.

The reviews

Marquee at Block 37, 25 W Randolph St, 38 stories, 674 units, pre-leasing March 2016

MILA, 201 N Garland Ct, 41 stories, 402 units, 2016 occupancy

73 East Lake, 42 stories, 332 units, built in 2014

OneEleven, 111 West Wacker, 60 stories, 504 units, built in 2014

Coast, 345 E Wacker Dr, 49 stories, 515 units, built in 2013

Aqua, 225 N Columbus Dr, 82 stories, 474 units, built in 2010

Oakwood 200 Squared, 210 N Wells St, 42 stories, 329 units, built in 2010

215 West, 215 W Washington St, 50 stories, 389 units, built in 2010

The Tides, 360 E South Water St, 51 stories, 608 units, built in 2008

The Shoreham, 400 E South Water St, 46 stories, 548 units, built in 2008

North Harbor Tower, 175 N Harbor Dr, 55 stories, 600 units, built in 1988

Millennium Park Plaza, 151 N Michigan Ave, 38 stories, built in 1982

Columbus Plaza, 233 E Wacker Dr, 48 stories, 533 units, built in 1980

Randolph Tower, 188 W Randolph St, 45 stories, 313 units, built in 1920s

MDA City Apartments, 63 E Lake St, 24 stories, 190 units, built in 1920s

Fisher Building, 343 S Dearborn St, 20 stories, 184 units, built in 1896

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