Parc Huron’s lobby has floor-to-ceiling windows and mirrors that showcase and reflect the varied architecture that helps make River North such an interesting place to live and work.
There’s a sunny cyber café and a separate business center just past the first-floor elevator lobby.
All of the convertible to 3-bedroom apartments at Parc Huron have private outdoor space, either a balcony or a terrace. I stepped out on a 21st floor balcony for a look at the dramatic view to the east.
Parc Huron is in a predominantly residential stretch of River North, but within a short walk of the neighborhood’s thriving restaurant and nightlife scene. Erie Café and Citizen are popular venues that are steps away from Parc Huron.
If you’ve been apartment shopping in River North, you’ve realized that most of the neighborhood is a park desert. Parc Huron is directly across the street from the 3-acre Montgomery Ward Park
West-facing apartments have views over the park. Peet’s Coffee and a 7-Eleven are at the south end of the park, a block from Parc Huron.
The park has a meandering path along the Chicago River and a crowd-pleasing playground with a spray fountain.
Parc Huron has a full suite of amenities, and service-oriented on-site leasing and management staff and 24/7 door staff. The building is pet-friendly, and there’s a dog-friendly area adjacent to Ward Park.
A CTA Brown Line stop, Walmart, Starbucks and Walgreens are about an 8-minute walk from the building.
The building offices are open daily, from 9 until 6 on Monday, Thursday and Friday, 9 to 7 on Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 to 5 on Saturday and noon to 5 on Sunday. Walk-ins are welcome, and no appointment is necessary, but it’s a good idea to call ahead to check rents on available apartments.