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420 Apartments for rent in DePaul, Chicago, IL

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2215 N. Clifton
2215 North Clifton
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,175
1192 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
With updated features and finishes in a classic Chicago building, 2215 N. Clifton is steps from everything that makes Lincoln Park one of the city's prime walking neighborhoods.
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6 Units Available
2237 North Bissell St. Apt.
2237 North Bissell Street
Chicago, IL
Studio
$995
370 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,395
625 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
This building sits on a quaint tree-lined street in the heart of Lincoln Park, and hosts both studio and 1-bedroom apartments.
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742 West Fullerton
742 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,095
3 Bedrooms
$2,635
Last updated September 4 at 04:33 AM
Fullerton Avenue is one of those rare, magical streets that transport you back to a different time. Populated with historical homes and mansions, lofty trees and cozy cafes, youll spend lots of languid days taking in the Lincoln Park style.
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5 Units Available
2756 N. Pine Grove
2756 N Pine Grove Ave
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,329
2 Bedrooms
$1,788
Last updated October 26 at 07:02 PM
High-rise apartments right in the heart of Lincoln Park. Homes feature new kitchens and large windows. Community includes a rooftop sundeck and business center. Near CTA bus and train stops. By Diversey Harbor.
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2046 North Orleans
2046 N Orleans St
Chicago, IL
Studio
$995
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 4 at 04:07 AM
Attention to detail is how greatness is achieved , - words we live by. Weve given that careful, dedicated attention to detail to rehabbing the vintage building at 2046 N. Orleans.
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3 Units Available
1049 West Oakdale
1049 W Oakdale Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$930
1 Bedroom
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Last updated October 26 at 06:52 PM
Vintage apartments just steps from the shops, restaurants and bars on Sheffield Avenue. Home highlights include ceramic-tiled baths and walk-in closets. Community has bike storage and laundry center. Near the Belmont Theater District.
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443 Wrightwood
443 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,095
1 Bedroom
$1,315
Last updated September 4 at 04:21 AM
Its impossible to walk into the lobby at 443 Wrightwood and not have a jaw dropping moment of awe. Thats how splendid this gorgeously restored lobby iswith original 1920s detailing and rumors abounding that it was an Al Capone favorite hangout.
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2828 N Pine Grove
2828 N Pine Grove Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,245
1 Bedroom
$1,445
2 Bedrooms
$1,845
Last updated June 26 at 03:58 AM
Billy Crystal, Dana Carvey, Gregory Hines and Mike Myers were here. For many years, Pine Grove has been a favorite of movie location scouts, as the producers of Running Scared and Wayne's World can attest.
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2051 N Sedgwick
2051 N Sedgwick St
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,095
1 Bedroom
$1,635
Last updated September 4 at 04:08 AM
With sprawling Lincoln Park, Oz Park and Old Town surrounding, 2051 N. Sedgwick is a slice of Chicago heaven. This vintage building is sitting pretty just off Armitage and Lincoln Ave.
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42 Units Available
Park View
1936 N Clark St
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,015
386 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,545
644 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,095
738 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
Park View is where excitement meets classic elegance. Our building is located at the corner of Clark and Armitage with magnificent views of Lincoln Park, Lake Michigan, and the Chicago skyline.
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26 Units Available
The Van der Rohe
2933 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,740
690 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,285
829 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
The Van der Rohe is an ideal location with several shopping districts, Lincoln Park, running trails and beaches just steps away.
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20 Units Available
Oakdale Terrace
525 W Oakdale Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$829
207 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,125
446 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,757
578 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
Oakdale Terrace is located in Lakeview East, near the border of Lincoln Park. You can enjoy all that Lakeview has to offer in dining, shopping and entertainment. The property hosts onsite parking and easy access to CTA buses and trains.
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Sheffield Lofts - 3110 N Sheffield Ave
3110 North Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$2,024
555 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
The duplex and simplex units at Sheridan Lofts offer premier luxury city living, with features like central air, rooftop deck and over-sized windows.
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2 Units Available
Barry Court - 722 W Barry Ave
722 West Barry Avenue
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,273
400 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,498
650 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
A timeless walk-up in the heart of Lakeview, Barry Court is a home to studio and 2-bedroom apartments with hardwood floors and modern kitchens.
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4 Units Available
Reside on Clark
2200 N Clark St
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,650
478 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,835
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,295
885 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
Stylish homes right in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Bike storage available. Cats and dogs allowed. By the Lincoln Park Zoo and North Avenue Beach. Easy access to Lake Shore Drive.
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7 Units Available
1717 North Dayton
1717 North Dayton Street
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,722
588 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,892
708 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
Close to easy public transit and everything that buzzes in Lincoln Park, 1717 N. Dayton is city living in prime surroundings.
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9 Units Available
Reside at 2727
2727 N Pine Grove Ave
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,037
448 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,733
695 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
Near St. Joseph Hospital and Diversey Driving Range, near the water. Updates include stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, and on-site laundry. Upscale on-site amenities include a lobby, 24-hour concierge service, coffee bar, and clubhouse.
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2318 North Southport Ave. Apt.
2318 North Southport Avenue
Chicago, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
835 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
Trendy Southport location! - hardwood floors throughout - Laundry room in basement - limited parking available - be sure to inquire about a spot - half mile to El and about 5 blocks to DePaul - professional management company with over 50 years
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31 Units Available
The Belden Stratford
2300 N Lincoln Park W
Chicago, IL
Studio
$890
366 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,455
776 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
A luxurious development, these beautiful apartments are just three miles from downtown Chicago. Floorplans offer one- and two-bedroom layouts, large closets, modern kitchens, air conditioning and views of the city.
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1800 North Halsted
1800 North Halsted Street
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,875
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,106
967 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
Enjoy modern vintage living while walking to everything-including the city's best restaurants and nightlife-at 1800 N Halsted.1 AND 2 BEDROOMS
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13 Units Available
Park Lincoln By Reside
2470 N Clark St
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,444
536 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:39 AM
Stylish apartments with energy efficient appliances, in-unit laundry, and hardwood floors. Dogs and cats allowed. Workout at the gym during free time. Close to the Lincoln Park Conservatory and North Avenue Beach.
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3 Units Available
617 W Drummond
617 West Drummond Place
Chicago, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,749
819 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
Close to the lake and steps from one of Chicago's most happening intersections, 617 W. Drummond is everything you want it to be.2 BEDROOM
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25 Units Available
The Residences at NEWCITY
1457 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL
Studio
$1,815
590 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,987
777 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,545
1244 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
This property is managed by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal.
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22 Units Available
354 West Dickens Ave. Apt.
354 West Dickens Avenue
Chicago, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,795
605 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,195
975 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1600 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 03:40 AM
354-58 W. Dickens / 2103-11 N. Sedgwick is managed by ICM Properties Inc. Modern / re-imagined apartments in the Old Town Triangle. This building offers gut-rehabbed one, two, and three bedroom apartments.
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Neighborhood Guide
Moving to DePaul

There is very little to dislike about living in DePaul, aside from the high cost of real estate and property rentals. As with most neighborhoods that exist in the shadow of universities, apartment homes are in high demand by both professionals and student residents alike. This can, of course, make your search for apartments a challenge. Duh! To beat the university professors and others who want to live here, you'll need to act fast. Just think of it as your chance to best a teacher.

What You'll Need

To nab a rental apt in DePaul, you'll need to be organized. Gather everything - yes, everything - that tells a landlord to pick you over any other applicant. What this includes is up to you. Just don't offer up your oldest kid for collateral. Not only is this illegal, but your child will never forgive you. To most normal people, proof of tenant suitability includes letters of reference, credit report, bank statements, proof of income and verification of employment. Oh, and money. For DePaul, you'll need lots of money, considering that most landlords will expect a security deposit that is the same as one month's rent plus one month's rent in advance. If you have a pet you can't live without, you'll need extra money for a pet deposit. Don't worry. You can have your pet do dishes to pay you back. If it's a cat, good luck with that! The minute you find something you like, be prepared to jump on it because it won't last long.

Where to Live

You can expect to pay a premium for a small apartment, flat, or studio apartment for rent no matter where you live in DePaul. And don't expect to find various neighborhoods because DePaul itself is a neighborhood in Chicago.

That being said, the beautiful architecture and multitude of theaters, shops, restaurants, and bars make residing in this enclave truly a privilege for those fortunate enough to live here. Just east of the DePaul University campus are historic Queen Anne-style row houses with ornamental Victorian facades, stately and traditional brownstone walkups, old townhome rehabs, as well as new condominium developments and newer structures designed by Chicago's architectural elite.

Moving to DePaul

There is very little to dislike about living in DePaul, aside from the high cost of real estate and property rentals. As with most neighborhoods that exist in the shadow of universities, apartment homes are in high demand by both professionals and student residents alike. This can, of course, make your search for apartments a challenge. Duh! To beat the university professors and others who want to live here, you'll need to act fast. Just think of it as your chance to best a teacher.

What You'll Need

To nab a rental apt in DePaul, you'll need to be organized. Gather everything - yes, everything - that tells a landlord to pick you over any other applicant. What this includes is up to you. Just don't offer up your oldest kid for collateral. Not only is this illegal, but your child will never forgive you. To most normal people, proof of tenant suitability includes letters of reference, credit report, bank statements, proof of income and verification of employment. Oh, and money. For DePaul, you'll need lots of money, considering that most landlords will expect a security deposit that is the same as one month's rent plus one month's rent in advance. If you have a pet you can't live without, you'll need extra money for a pet deposit. Don't worry. You can have your pet do dishes to pay you back. If it's a cat, good luck with that! The minute you find something you like, be prepared to jump on it because it won't last long.

Where to Live

You can expect to pay a premium for a small apartment, flat, or studio apartment for rent no matter where you live in DePaul. And don't expect to find various neighborhoods because DePaul itself is a neighborhood in Chicago.

That being said, the beautiful architecture and multitude of theaters, shops, restaurants, and bars make residing in this enclave truly a privilege for those fortunate enough to live here. Just east of the DePaul University campus are historic Queen Anne-style row houses with ornamental Victorian facades, stately and traditional brownstone walkups, old townhome rehabs, as well as new condominium developments and newer structures designed by Chicago's architectural elite.

Living in DePaul

DePaul residents enjoy all the amenities of other Chicagoans. There is a lot to see and do in this area.

A Shopper's Delight

The tree-lined streets of Armitage and Webster offer a wide selection of boutique stores and retail establishments. To the south and west, DePaul is bounded by Clybourn Corridor, another prime shopping area characterized by its bounty of playful and modern buildings. A testament to the city's industrial heritage, the area is full of turn of the century manufacturing plants and soot-stained brick buildings revitalized as luxury loft condominiums and retail spaces. Within this area, you will find Clybourn Galleria, a prominent shopping complex made up of various retail and office establishments. Popular stores can be found on this stretch of Clybourn, such as Crate & Barrel, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Gymboree, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath and Beyond, Webster Place Cinema, Pier 1 Imports, and Restoration Hardware, among others.

Dining, Nightlife, and Entertainment Options

As is typical of areas surrounding colleges and universities, reasonably-priced watering holes are thriving and plentiful, catering to both DePaul University's student body and the professional crowd that work in and around the neighborhood. During happy hour, Irish pubs such as Kelly's Pub, McGee's, Shoes Pub, and The Barrelhouse Flat are teeming with folks buying cheap drinks and eats. Play your cards right and you could be one of them.

The selection of fine dining options is just as numerous and eclectic. Allende Restaurant serves up fine Mexican cuisine, while the Bourgeois Pig Caf specializes in Vegan delights. These are just a couple of worthy mentions -- from Thai to Japanese to Italian, the DePaul area dining options represent virtually any cuisine you could desire. One establishment worth mentioning on its own is Charlie Trotter's, the Michelin two-star rated restaurant voted the 30th-best restaurant in the world and 5th-best in the United States by Restaurant Magazine in 2007. This DePaul fixture is regarded as one of the finest restaurants in the world.

For fans of the moving picture, several options exist in the DePaul neighborhood to satisfy their movie cravings. Regal Webster Place 11 shows the latest Hollywood blockbusters, while Facets Cinematheque on West Fullerton Avenue screens indie films, with a retail store next door renting out obscure and hard to find titles to film buffs.

Art buffs frequenting the area can visit the great DePaul Art Museum, while nature and science lovers can hop on a short bus ride to the Lincoln Park Zoo and Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. A short distance east of DePaul is Oz Park, a popular place to play tennis or go for a bike ride. You can also walk your dog here; just pick up whatever he discards. Folks don't take kindly to stepping in poo.

Getting Around

Another benefit to being in a university setting is that the environment is very walkable. Errands and daily tasks can be accomplished on foot, with a variety of services within close proximity to the university. On any given spring or summer day, you can see an abundance of undergraduate students, dog walkers, joggers, shoppers, and mothers with strollers and/or children out and about performing their daily rituals. With a walk score of 82, transit score of 70, and bike score of 71, driving is hardly a necessity in this neighborhood. (If you're lazy, that's another conversation!) Furthermore, excellent public transportation and numerous bus lines make traveling beyond DePaul convenient and efficient. The CTA Red Line and Brown Line also serve the neighborhood, stopping at the Fullerton station and Armitage, respectively.

Living in DePaul

DePaul residents enjoy all the amenities of other Chicagoans. There is a lot to see and do in this area.

A Shopper's Delight

The tree-lined streets of Armitage and Webster offer a wide selection of boutique stores and retail establishments. To the south and west, DePaul is bounded by Clybourn Corridor, another prime shopping area characterized by its bounty of playful and modern buildings. A testament to the city's industrial heritage, the area is full of turn of the century manufacturing plants and soot-stained brick buildings revitalized as luxury loft condominiums and retail spaces. Within this area, you will find Clybourn Galleria, a prominent shopping complex made up of various retail and office establishments. Popular stores can be found on this stretch of Clybourn, such as Crate & Barrel, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Gymboree, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath and Beyond, Webster Place Cinema, Pier 1 Imports, and Restoration Hardware, among others.

Dining, Nightlife, and Entertainment Options

As is typical of areas surrounding colleges and universities, reasonably-priced watering holes are thriving and plentiful, catering to both DePaul University's student body and the professional crowd that work in and around the neighborhood. During happy hour, Irish pubs such as Kelly's Pub, McGee's, Shoes Pub, and The Barrelhouse Flat are teeming with folks buying cheap drinks and eats. Play your cards right and you could be one of them.

The selection of fine dining options is just as numerous and eclectic. Allende Restaurant serves up fine Mexican cuisine, while the Bourgeois Pig Caf specializes in Vegan delights. These are just a couple of worthy mentions -- from Thai to Japanese to Italian, the DePaul area dining options represent virtually any cuisine you could desire. One establishment worth mentioning on its own is Charlie Trotter's, the Michelin two-star rated restaurant voted the 30th-best restaurant in the world and 5th-best in the United States by Restaurant Magazine in 2007. This DePaul fixture is regarded as one of the finest restaurants in the world.

For fans of the moving picture, several options exist in the DePaul neighborhood to satisfy their movie cravings. Regal Webster Place 11 shows the latest Hollywood blockbusters, while Facets Cinematheque on West Fullerton Avenue screens indie films, with a retail store next door renting out obscure and hard to find titles to film buffs.

Art buffs frequenting the area can visit the great DePaul Art Museum, while nature and science lovers can hop on a short bus ride to the Lincoln Park Zoo and Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. A short distance east of DePaul is Oz Park, a popular place to play tennis or go for a bike ride. You can also walk your dog here; just pick up whatever he discards. Folks don't take kindly to stepping in poo.

Getting Around

Another benefit to being in a university setting is that the environment is very walkable. Errands and daily tasks can be accomplished on foot, with a variety of services within close proximity to the university. On any given spring or summer day, you can see an abundance of undergraduate students, dog walkers, joggers, shoppers, and mothers with strollers and/or children out and about performing their daily rituals. With a walk score of 82, transit score of 70, and bike score of 71, driving is hardly a necessity in this neighborhood. (If you're lazy, that's another conversation!) Furthermore, excellent public transportation and numerous bus lines make traveling beyond DePaul convenient and efficient. The CTA Red Line and Brown Line also serve the neighborhood, stopping at the Fullerton station and Armitage, respectively.