The Hudson, a 25-story, 240-unit apartment tower with ground-floor retail at 750 N Hudson Ave in River North, welcomed its first residents in June of 2017.
The Hudson has a mix of one- to 3-bedroom, 2 ½ bath apartments.
The apartments have high ceilings, plank flooring and large windows. Some of the apartments have private balconies or terraces.
Kitchens have upscale finishes, ample cabinet and counter space, and an appliance package that includes a 5-burner gas range with range hood, dishwasher and built-in microwave.
Baths have vanities with drawers for storage, wide mirrors and attractive tile.
Views. The Hudson is surrounded by mainly low-rise buildings, ensuring sweeping views of the skyline from higher floors.
Amenities, services, policies
The Hudson has a full suite of amenities.
There’s a large, landscaped sundeck with a pool, cabanas, lounge chairs, fire pits and grilling areas with private dining space.
The resident lounge has shuffleboard and board games, and a catering kitchen with a farmhouse table. The business center has both Mac and PC equipment.
A professionally-equipped fitness center has towel service, cardio- and strength-training equipment, free weights, a dry sauna and a yoga studio.
The Hudson is pet-friendly, and has on-site management, maintenance and leasing staff, and 24/7 door staff.
The Hudson is near the western edge of River North, several short blocks from Groupon’s riverfront offices.
Shopping. Grocery shopping and retail outlets are several blocks from The Hudson.
The River North Gallery District has dwindled in the economic downturn, but remains a vibrant scene.
Dining, nightlife. River North dining, bar and nightlife options are within a short walk or cab ride of The Hudson, and coffee shops and sidewalk cafés are a short walk away.
If you crave Italian, Club Lago is three blocks from the building.
There’s a small park three blocks south west of The Hudson. The popular 3-acre Montgomery Ward Park on the Chicago River is a quick walk from the building.
Ward Park is primarily a passive recreation space sloping down to the river, but it does have an excellent children’s playground and it hosts a number of Night out in the Parks events.
There’s a dog-friendly area adjacent to Ward Park.
Transportation. Public transportation is decent.
The Chicago Ave stop on the Brown and Purple lines is about a 10-minute walk from the building, and there’s a Starbucks adjacent to it.
CTA bus routes on Chicago Ave provide frequent (although not always rapid) access to Streeterville and North Michigan Ave, and busses along Wells St and LaSalle Blvd connect to Loop and Near North destinations. Taxis regularly cruise the area.
Zipcar car sharing locations are nearby.
Access to the city’s expressway grid is excellent, via the nearby Ohio / Ontario off / on ramps to I-90/94.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s comprehensive River North apartment guide.