The highest floors at new apartment buildings are the last ones made available for occupancy, and they often host the most desirable units.
The new Kenect offers a mix of studio to 3-bedroom, 3-bath apartments. Penthouse-level units are now available.
Studios at Kenect start at $1,775, convertibles at $1,820, 1-bedrooms at $2,445 and 2-bedroom, 2-baths at $3,510. Three-bedroom, 3-bath apartments rent from $5,385 a month.
Floor plans and near real-time rent and availability info are online.
Join YoChicago in the videos for a walk through furnished convertible and 1-bedroom models.
Kenect’s whimsical two-story lobby showcases a Hebru Brantley mural. When you step inside, you’ll immediately know that you’re in a place that’s different, and a friendly, fun place to live.
The Fulton River District neighborhood is bordered by River North on the east, River West on the north and the West Loop on the south. You’d be hard pressed to find any four Chicago neighborhoods with greater vibrancy and urban flair.
Kenect sits at the six-way intersection of Milwaukee, Grand and Halsted. It’s a transit hub served by the CTA Blue Line stop on Grand and multiple bus lines that quickly connect residents to Lincoln Park, Wicker Park, Bucktown, the UIC campus and University Village.