South Loop apartment deals and finds

Note: All offers are subject to expiration dates. Rent and availability often change daily.

1001 S State,Chicago, at arrow

The new 1001 South State is offering two months free rent. Floor plans and rent and availability info are accessible online.

The Lofts at Roosevelt Collection has 1-bedrooms starting at $1,725 a month.

Burnham Pointe, 730 S Clark St, is offering a $1,500 credit on the first month’s rent when you apply within 48 hours of your first tour.

Floor plans and rent and availability info are accessible online.

Astoria Tower is crediting move-in and application fees to the first month’s rent on all 1-bedrooms when you lease within 24 hours of your first tour. You’ll receive a $1,000 credit on a 12-month lease or a month’s free on a 15- to 18- month lease on 2-bedroom apartments.

Floor plans and near real-time availability info for Astoria Tower’s studio to 2-bedroom apartments can be accessed online.

1000 South Clark, Chicago

The new 1000 South Clark apartment tower has a variety of incentive offers available.

The LEX, 2138 S Indiana, is offering a month’s free rent.

Floor plans and near real-time rent and availability info can be accessed online.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • James 2 years

    I wonder if 1000 South Clark is going to have a preleasing special of sorts?
    It’s crazy to think of all the competition soon. Coming to the south loop.

  • James,

    The building’s website has gone fully live and floor plans and rents are available. An on-site leasing office is slated to open early next week and you can get info re any specials at that time.

  • the urban politician 2 years

    Borrrring…..

    Joe, you need to start another website where we can discuss your opinions and we can hold spirited debates like we did in the old days.

    Nothing to discuss here.

  • tup,

    Hopefully the site isn’t boring new home buyers or renters who are looking for new apartments. That’s the only audience I’m interested in reaching these days.

    I do follow your knowledgeable comments at SkyscraperPage, and recommend that people who are interested in participating in discussions on architecture, development and urban topics head to that forum.