South Loop

Up-and-coming Neighborhood with Rich History
Filled with attractive parks and magnificent historical landmarks, South Loop is a place for everyone. From music at Chicago Blues Festivals to history at Field Museums and Adler Planetarium, this neighborhood encompasses a rich cultural diversity.
What South Loop Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.2
value
8.2
amenities
7.6
social
7.3
management
8.0
safety
8.4
Median rents in South Loop
Studio
$
1,750
1 Bedroom
$
2,100
2 Bedroom
$
2,500

Living in
South Loop

Proximity to Amenities
Clean
Developing
Quiet Neighborhood
Safe
Great Bars And Restaurants
Pet Friendly
Good Location
Walkable
Noisy at Times
Expensive Parking
South Loop — 8.5/10 Rating (based on 106 neighborhood reviews)
As a single woman it was very important for me to live in an area that was safe given that the medical school schedule will require me to come home at night. Also it gives me great peace of mind to live in a building with doormen 24/7 in case anything were to happen. However, this has come at at a great cost.
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1720 S Michigan Condos
South Loop is quieter than the Loop, but you will get more space. Ideal for parents, people with partners that work remotely, or people looking for more space for their money. Outside of Bears games, has far fewer tourists to deal with than the Loop.
Across Michigan Ave from Grant Park. 10-minute walk from the Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, and Soldier Field.
Roosevelt station is very close by and incredibly convenient if you don't mind taking the train or buses, but it is a transit hub, so expect increased numbers and variety of people.
Not far from the rest of the Loop, and you can still easily make your way north for study groups and social events.
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8
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1111 Wabash
The neighborhood is great. It has become so much nicer in the past few years due to all of the new building that have gone up. The Roosevelt stop can be a little sketchy from time to time but I just stay alert when I’m over there. Having a Trader Joe’s, Mariano’s, Target, Wholefoods and Jewel nearby is super nice.
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Roosevelt Collection Lofts
Great neighborhood with beautiful views of the city. Really starting to boom and will continue to grow to be one of the hottest in the city. Does not feel 'neighborhood-y' as some of the western and northern neighborhoods due. Feels like you're still in an urban environment, just outside of the loop.
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Lofts at Roosevelt Collection
The area is still up and coming. There are plenty of grocery stores and some shopping that is easily drivable. It is much cleaner than the loop area. The nightlife scene isn't great, but there are a few good restaurants in the area. Also can't beat living across from Grant Park! The Loop area and River North is walkable, or very easy with public transportation.
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1130 South Michigan
Although not near campus, UChicago is very easily accessible via the #2 bus (about a 20 minute commute). The area is very safe, relatively quiet, and close to down-town amenities. There are not many restaurants in walking distance, but River North restaurants are within 10 minutes via public transit.
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Library Tower
Close to everything, but not so close it's congested or a headache to get from place to place. Trader Joe's, Jewel, nearby. Plenty of bars and restaurants walking distance. Walking distance to the el, Soldier Field, the Shedd. Also, easy access to the expressway if you're driving.Street parking is typically plentiful, except during events at Solider Field (parking ban during games).
If went further south than 22ND street it tends to get a little sketchy, but overall a nice area.
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Terrazio
Printer's Row is near the Loop and train stations and is therefore easily accessible. It's also near Grant Park and the Lake which is great during the summer. There are some decent restaurants and a few bars, but if you're young you'll probably be heading up to River North and further north for a night out. Overall, the neighborhood feels very friendly but has a great location, and new construction in the South Loop will surely make Printer's Row even better.
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Printers Square
Quiet neighborhood with close access to various transport options. Close to Downtown Loop area without any of the traffic/ noise. Close to the lake and Museum Campus, which offers great views and entertainment. A lot of families in the area, and I feel very safe and comfortable living here.
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9
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Museum Park Tower
South Loop is a great option because it's easy to get to both Hyde Park and downtown. There isn't much by way of restaurants/bars (at least in comparison to some of the other neighborhoods), but it's also a lot cheaper than downtown or the other neighborhoods west and north of downtown.
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6
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1620 South Michigan
Within walking distance to downtown, state street, millenium park and even mag mile. River and city views are amazing. Walking distance to a plethora of transportation options and some free street parking. A handful of stores and restaurants in the near vicinity as well.
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9
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River City Condominiums
Quite a number of nice bars and restaurants within walking distance. Groceries also (Target, Trader Joe's, and Whole Foods about 15 minutes by foot; small local shop about 3 mins). Bus stop to go to the university about 10 mins away (number 2, Hyde Park Express).
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Alta Roosevelt
South Loop is a great place to be right now. So much has changed and built up there. Target is just up the road, as well as Trader Joe's, Whole Foods and Jewel. Museums are so close. The Lakefront is close by. Tons of restaurants to try as well.
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AMLI 900
The nearby restaurants are really good. We have only tried a few places (MAGO, Freshii, and a few others), but so far all good. We have walked around the neighborhood no later than 11pm or earlier than 6am and have felt completely safe.
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AMLI 900
Growing neighborhood. New buildings being put up constantly. A lot of new construction to shape the area. And lots of food & shopping options nearby.

Happy to be near CTA stops, but that’s the only concerning area (people).
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Roosevelt Collection Lofts
The South Loop has many great restaurants and is great in terms of walking. It's easy to get to the loop and pretty much anywhere else in the city. I also think the neighborhood is quiet, which is perfect for a young professional.
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AMLI 900
Neighborhood is great. My wife and I prefer to live somewhere a bit quieter than the Loop and the South Loop definitely gives you that. Great restaurants/bars and more of a neighborhood feel than you get in the Loop.
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1130 South Michigan
The South Loop is conveniently located, but that’s the main thing I like about it. The Printer’s Row area doesn’t have that many restaurants and it’s kind of bland. If you like urban locations though, you’d like it.
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AMLI Lofts
The south loop is a very convenient location for those working in the loop. I walk to work every day. It has plenty of stores, restaurants and bars to offer and is very conveniently located to transit options
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Lofts at Roosevelt Collection
The neighborhood is great because there is a CVS across the street and a Target a little ways up the street, so shopping is made easy. The access to multiple train lines and buses is definitely appealing.
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University Center
There is every single train line here, plus a huge number of buses, so no need to have a car. There is also an insane amount of shopping nearby, and a giant library, which is my favorite. Top notch.
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Chicago Club House Studio
The south loop is my favorite place to live in Chicago. Quiet, but with river north minutes away. There are tons of grocery stores, a farmers market, gym options, restaurants and coffee shops.
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10
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Alta Roosevelt
Great area with lots of restaurants & gyms nearby. However because we're right next to State/Roosevelt, there can sometimes be shady people loitering around the intersection
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9
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Vision On State
I love the South Loop for it's convenience and neighborhood feel. I really never have to leave the area if I don't want -- everything is right here and super easy to get to!
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9
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1001 South State Street
The train line is very close by it is also 10 minute walk from the actual loop printers Row is also very close by the Roosevelt collection shops are nearby as well
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8
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Michigan Avenue Tower
The south loop is a great 'connector' location. Still all the benefits of living in the city, but easy for us as we work south.

Very family friendly area.
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1130 South Michigan
I've always loved the south loop. I loved here because I went to Columbia college and now that I graduated it's time to move to a less expensive neighborhood
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9
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Burnham Pointe
This area is very safe and friendly. The location is perfect for transit and my apartment is very affordable compared to similar properties.
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9
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525-537 S. Dearborn St.
Close to transit to get anywhere in the city, east to get to grocery stores, restaurants or anything else you need. Good place to live.
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8
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Coeval
good restaurants and bars nearby. Building tucked away on a quiet corner with less foot traffic. Lots of construction nearby though.
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6
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Wells Place
-1 min walk to Trader Joe's and Jewel Osco (grocery stores).
-10 mins walk to my son's preschool.
-1 min walk to Grant Park.
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10
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1130 South Michigan
I really like living in the South Loop! There's tons of bars and restaurants in the area, with a range in prices for everyone.
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8
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AMLI 900
It's just next to Harrison and congress express ways very close to all amenities in downtown
Walkable to most of places
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9
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Vetro
Public transit is so accessible and it is very walkable. There is a good mix of age groups and different types of people.
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Library Lofts
South Loop is up and coming and lots of new buildings are going up. I think there should be more restaurants and bars
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Lofts at Roosevelt Collection
Easy to get around and ideal location to get to work and around the city in printers row. Also lots of restaurants
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9
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River City Condominiums
Very safe. I often walk from CTA Roosevelt alone in the evening (I am a young female) and do not feel unsafe.
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7
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1401 South State
Great Neighborhood! Fantastic blend: quiet, food, restaurants, entertainment and central to everything!
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Wells Street Tower
South Loop is often described as up and coming, and the 78, Chicago's newest neighborhood, will be constructed just across the street from Roosevelt Lofts.

Pros: Target is right next door. There's three grocery stores within a 10min walk (Trader Joes, Jewel) as well as the Roosevelt Station is a transit hub nearby. 15min away is the Museum Campus stop of the Metra Electric. In the mornings, the 192 Express from Roosevelt Station will take you to 59th/Kimbark right next to the Harper Center's rear entrance for a 25min overall commute. You can also take the Red Line to Grand/State and walk to Gleacher in 25min. You can get to your friends in the Loop in less than 20min. There's several good restaurants near Michigan (Flo & Santos, Low Country, Kurah, Giordano's) and good bars on Wabash (The Scout) or a few blocks north on Clark (Half Sour, Kacey's). There's a dog park a block to the north.

Farther to the North, by Printer's Row, it's much nicer. There's a lot of new complexes closer to Michigan Ave. South Loop extends down to Cermak (2200 S block), but it's mostly condo and apartment complexes with relatively few businesses south of Roosevelt (1200 S block).

Cons: As a major transit hub for Chicago's rougher South and West sides, Roosevelt Station is no stranger to police presence. The Roosevelt Collection Shops see frequent shoplifting by teenagers from outside the neighborhood and thus have a heavy security presence. There's also a dearth of mentally-ill homeless residents who occasionally harass or assault passers by. This situation has gotten significantly worse as the homeless camp near the 290 Expressway (near UIC) has grown. The occasional crime is often associated with the transit hub and folks from outside the neighborhood. This situation gets better the farther you are from Roosevelt Station.
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Roosevelt Collection Lofts
Getting to school with a car is great, because there is never traffic on Lake Shore Drive south of soldier field. Jewel, Trader Joes, banks, a movie theater, and some good restaurants/bars are around. However, I live near the Roosevelt L station though, which is the most active part of South Loop.
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State Place Tower
The neighborhood is quiet but relatively safe. Plus it’s super easy to get downtown.
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6
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2101 South Michigan Apartments
Good nearby restaurants and quick access to chain stores on Roosevelt Avenue.
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8
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1130 South Michigan
I literally love living in the south loop. I can walk practically anywhere
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600 S Dearborn St
South loop is very safe and also has a number of decent restaurants
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9
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320 E 21st St
The neighborhood is a bit scary during the late hours, with many homeless and strange people begging outside the subway or Jewel Osco. The area is convenient as it is close to the freeway and subway line, not too far from the city.
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8
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1401 South State
Many restaurant and grocery stores nearby, other nightlife scenes in Chicago easily accessible. Close to Grant Park and lake. Mix of young families, students, and young professionals.
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7
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41 East Eight
Neighborhood gets quiet after work hours. Only bad part is finding something open for quick bites. Usually find something open if you walk a bit or take transit somewhere.
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6
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611 S Wells St
less of a tourist trap than streeterville, still downtown atmosphere. There's a cozy little neighborhood full of townhouses that's nice for a walk.
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AMLI Lofts
There is some crime, but as long as your vigilant South Loop is as fine of a place to live as any
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41 East Eight
Pros: Central to all major forms of transport, proximity to downtown, museums, and activities

Cons: Proximity to all major inbound train tracks increases the noise level. Proximity to Roosevelt Road which is high-traffic, treeless, and not bike-friendly.
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7
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1000 South Clark
Depends on what you want. We were not super interested in going out to bars at night etc. we wanted a few decent restaurants and nice parks which this location had.
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8
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777 South State
Very close to Metra and CTA
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9
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NEMA Chicago
Mostly young wealthy families with dogs and kids
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Museum Pointe
I love living in the South Loop! It's really nice to be somewhere that I can get to Hyde Park for school, and to also explore downtown. Everything I could possibly need (groceries, restaurants, coffee shops, library) is within a 10 minute walk of my building and it feels more like part of the city than Hyde Park does. I really prioritized being close to multiple train lines and bus stops to get to school - it's been way easier to get around without a car because of it. The commute to UChicago is quite manageable (more than I initially expected it to be).
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Eleven Thirty
Great neighborhood just outside the craziness of the Loop. You're still very much "in the city" and it's easy to get to any corner of the city. A decent selection of bars and restaurants nearby, and very convenient to grocery store, Target, Roosevelt Collection, etc. Neighborhood is very pet and child friendly. Always feel safe, even late at night.
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1333 Wabash
I feel very safe in this neighborhood. It's close to the L and many bus lines run in this area. We are close to many of the festivals and other great entertainment happening throughout Chicago. Also some great restaurants nearby! Grocery stores are close as well. Any necessity you need is within walking distance to Park Michigan!
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Park Michigan Apartments
Being near the Roosevelt stop, I think the South Loop is great. It's up and coming, with bars and restaurants, the L right there, and right next to the museums/lakefront.

I would be more hesitant to live very south of Roosevelt, like 18th or so. Things become much quieter and it's a farther walk to things.
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State Place Tower
I love South Loop. It's close enough to Hyde Park that you don't feel like you have a terrible commute to get to the law school, and it's in the city enough that you feel like you're in Chicago.
The streets are nice and wide. It's busy, but not too busy. There are grocery stores and a couple of decent food options - it's a perfect compromise for a law student that still wants to be in Chicago proper.
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Park Michigan Apartments
It's a lot livelier than Hyde Park, and you are far more connected to the rest of Chicago. Printer's Row feels a lot safer too, and I do not feel as concerned when I walk around at night. It has great little bars and restaurants, and is close to a Trader Joe's, Jewel, and Target. There is a Mariano's and Whole Foods a few minutes further away.
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Printers Square
Everyone is very friendly and is a great neighborhood for dog lovers/owners. Great local restaurants and very walkable to absolutely everything you could need. Super close to every subway line. Very safe. Nearby college students can get rather loud on the weekends. Parking is expensive if you need to rent a monthly space.
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Printers Square
I have really enjoyed living here. It has a good variety of restaurants and bars, and it is easy to get to and from school. I also love feeling more like a part of the city than I did while living in Hyde Park. I can easily walk many places and if not, I am close to several different subway lines.
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AMLI 900
Trader Joes across the street. Jewel Osco on the next block down Wabash. Red, orange and green line around the corner at Roosevelt Station. A plethora of bars, restaurants and lounges in the area as well. Easy run to Lake Michigan when warm, near Soldier Field, aquarium and Field museum.
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Eleven40
Overall this place is fantastic, but there can be some noise outside when I'm trying to sleep in. The sound of sirens and horns hoking is pretty obvious, but that's what you get for living in the downtown spot of a big city. If you dont' mind that, this is a great place to be!
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SKY55
This neighborhood is a wonderful transition from Ohio. I am surrounded by grocery stores, small restaurants, and anything else that I could possibly need. Also, both the Roosevelt stop and Harrison stop are under a 10 minute walk away with just a short walk downtown.
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AMLI 900
Right across from Grant Park and very close to the lake front running trail and museums. More and more food options popping up all the time. Far enough out of the loop to not be too busy while still being close enough to feel a part of the city life.
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Eleven Thirty
I really like South Loop. It is definitely an older crowd (young 30s and up) which suited me better - it has families and schools but still feels close to downtown which I really enjoy. Lots going on close by and lots of grocery stores too.
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Eleven Thirty
Friendly people, lots of pets, close to everything. I like being close enough to commute to school but also getting to enjoy living in the heart of Chicago. I'm glad I lived in Hyde Park first though, to be more connected to my class.
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Burnham Park Plaza
South loop has a great number of breweries and a decent number of restaurants (not like west loop or more northern neighborhoods). Great biking/walking/running ability with lakefront path being close and roads with good bike lanes.
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1720 S Michigan Avenue
Located in the south loop, it is very close to downtown. Walk to work is an option to folks who work in the downtown. Public transportation is also available in a couple of blocks radius. It is a very safe neighborhood.
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Wells Street Tower
Neighborhood is essentially between the Loop and South Loop. It has lots of restaurants and grocery stores, as well as schools from K-12 in walking distance. Transportation is a breeze as there are plenty of options.
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600 S Dearborn St
Neighbourhood rating depends on what you want.
A lot of young-middle aged couples with dogs. Very quiet yet extremely close to downtown. Feels very safe.
There are a few restaurants and bars, but not much.
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170 W Polk St
THE BEST. Live practically downtown without the traffic inconveniences, get to Hyde Park in 15 minutes, cute safe fun neighborhood, the best of everything for living in chicago and commuting to Hyde Park.
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Boulevard Townhomes
There is every single train line here, plus a huge number of buses, so no need to have a car. There is also an insane amount of shopping nearby, but a giant library, which is my favorite. Top notch.
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Chicago Club House Studio
Their are amazing houses and townhouses in the recently developed neighborhood of south loop. It is safe and people are seen frequently walking their dogs or taking their babies out for a stroll.
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8
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15th Street Lofts
Great neighborhood where everything is within walking distance. There are a number of restaurants, very few of which are chains. There is easy access to parks and other public areas.
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9
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Coeval
I like it a lot better than Hyde Park, despite its distance away from the school. The city is exciting and there is a lot to do. The area, right off of Michigan, is very safe.
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Coeval
South loop can get you basically anywhere in the city pretty fast. It itself does not have many bars or restaurants, but it is very easy to get to school on the 2 bus.
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AMLI 900
It's a college loop, perfect for people who go to columbia, De Paul, or anny other nearby schools. Very close to red line and only a street down from the high way
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River City Condominiums
I love the area! There is very easy access to transit and it feels safe to walk around even at night. There is also good access to shopping and fitness studios.
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Library Lofts
Neighbourhood is great, not too busy, grocery stores and FFC gym within walking distance.

Also there is a target closeby along with some restaurants.
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1401 South State
Lots of grocery stores. Some good restaurants. Close to the park and Lake. Can use the Metra like students in the loop but can also bus
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SKY55
This is a great neighborhood for me. Good bars and restaurants. Not too wild on weekends. Easy to get in and out of the city from here.
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1401 South State
Not the trendiest neighborhood in the city, but the location is perfect for commuting to Hyde Park and exploring on the weekends.
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SKY55
The neighbourhood is really nice! It's close enough so you can do street parking for free and not have to be worried about you car
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8
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1401 South State
I LOVE PRINTER'S ROW! It is the little gem in the city. It has built up a lot with a lot of local new stores and restaurants
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Burnham Pointe
The neighborhood is constantly growing. New restaurants are continuously opening. Overall, just a great quiet neighborhood.
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Wells Place
Overall, this is an amazing value for the dollar. Me and my girlfriend love the location and the view from the apartment.
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SKY55
Love living in the South Loop. Super close to public transit, the lakefront running path, and lots of coffee shops.
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7
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Burnham Pointe
Very safe so far, convenient to red orange and green lines. Walking distance to target and three grocery stores.
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Vision On State
Neighborhood is wonderful--very close to transit, very close to shopping centers, nearby theatre. Love it!
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Park Michigan Apartments
I really like the neighborhood. There's a fair bit to do, and most importantly you're perfectly situated to go pretty much anywhere in the city. There are a lot of different commuting options to get down to Hyde Park, so I don't feel it's a big inconvenience to live here. Also, even as a 1L I have friends in my year that live in the neighborhood, so you're not completely alone.
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1000 South Clark
The neighborhood is growing quickly. Lots of restaurants and stores. Tons of grocery store options.
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Lofts at Roosevelt Collection
The serenity of South Loop is well known. No box drummers, really an ideal place to live.
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1255 S State St
Highly underrated. Very convenient to get to places & rent is relatively cheap
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Burnham Pointe
The neighborhood is easy for traveling to campus and other areas of the city.
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AMLI 900
I love south loop. It's conveniently close to both school and night life.
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320 E 21st St
not a ton of people around, calm, not busy. Good groceries around
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NEMA Chicago
South Loop is a relatively safe area since there's a police station a block away from this apartment building. However, there is always some sort of crime going on so just be wary of your surroundings and never walk alone at night.
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1720 S Michigan Avenue
Great proximity to Loop, but less touristy than River North and more lively than the West Loop. Downside: gets very congested when there's an event at Soldier Field or in Grant Park.
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Park Michigan Apartments
Neighborhood is quiet area of South Loop and pretty safe since police station is nearby. However, there are still robberies/crimes from time to time
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7
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1720 S Michigan Avenue
The place is changing -- even a few years ago, there was still a crummy vibe to the area. Now that's totally gone. Very yuppie these days.
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Chicago Club House Studio
There are quite a few nice bars and restaurants in the vicinity. Also not too far for groceries.
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Alta Roosevelt
Decent food places around, lots of transport around, pretty safe, nice population of families and retirees. not good for people wanting to live somewhere more happening
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40 E 9th St
It's a fine location. Not great, not horrible. I like a lot of other neighborhoods better but this is closer to school.
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8
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The Cooper
It's quieter than the Loop. Trader Joes and Target very close by. Not many bars/restaurants.
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NEMA Chicago
So! Many! Dogs!
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8
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AMLI 900


Getting to Know
South Loop

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: S Lake Shore Dr to S Canal St
North to South Boundaries: W Congress Pkwy to Stevenson Expy
dining
14 Parish
Little Branch Cafe
Tapas Valencia
grocery
Mariano’s
Trader Joe's
Whole Foods
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
Cycmode Indoor Cycling
LT Bodyworks
Phenomenal Fitness
South Loop Strength & Conditioning
parks
12th Street Beach
Fred Anderson Park
Grant Park Rose Garden
Roosevelt Park
coffee
Bridgeport Coffee
Daily Grind Fresh Market
Not Just Cookies Bakery
The Field Bistro
bus
1/28/J14 (bus)
12/18 (bus)
rail
Blue Line (metro)
ME (rail)
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
South Loop includes zip codes 60605, 60607, and 60616
Rent vs Own
49
%
of South Loop residents are renters
Driving to Work
47
%
of South Loop residents drive to work
New Construction
40
%
of housing units in South Loop have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
31
%
<20 units
8
%
20-49 units
62
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
12
%
18 - 34
40
%
35 - 54
28
%
55+
21
%
Unit Mix
9
%
Studio
33
%
1 Bed
39
%
2 Bed
20
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
63
%
Undergrad Student
14
%
Grad Student
8
%
Unemployed
6
%
Retired
9
%

Best Apartments
in South Loop


Studio $1,964
1 Bed $2,364
2 Beds $3,499

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Studio $1,779
1 Bed $2,206
2 Beds $3,443

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1 Bed $2,305
2 Beds $2,791

Studio $2,790
1 Bed $3,520
2 Beds $3,000

Studio $1,351
1 Bed $1,658
2 Beds $2,154

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1 Bed $1,750
2 Beds $3,150
3 Beds $7,700

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Nearby Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Guide
Near Southside
Near Southside is a community oriented neighborhood with its diverse cuisines and recreational destinations