73 East Lake

73 E Lake St, Chicago, IL

- The Loop
 23 reviews

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Overall rating of 4.5 / 5 based on 23 renter reviews

Total Reviews



4.5 / 5

Oct 2015

Great building, excellent location for transportation, less than great management.

Nov 2015


Jul 2015

Positive experience thus far. Rent is considerably high, but building unit and amenities are solid.

What did you like most?

In-unit gym; outdoor deck area; sauna / steam room; privacy / quiet of individual floors

What did you like least?

Immediate surrounding neighborhood (Loop) has limited options in terms of dining and nightlife.

73 East Lake Overview and Highlights


73 East Lake is a glass construction (2014), full-amenity rental apartment building in the Loop. New construction high rise with very nice amenities, including an indoor pool, sauna, and steam room. Units are well laid out overall.


73 E Lake St, Chicago IL

What Occupants Love

Great internet/Wi-Fi connectivity. Quick access to public transportation. Great and expansive list of amenities. Nice selection of dining options.

What Occupants Love Less

Limited nightlife options. Moderate elevator wait times. Some residents note the commercial feel of the Loop.



Building Type



Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Fitness Center
Storage Room
Bike Room
Business Center
Event Room


Resident Responsible for

Water, Gas, Trash, Heat, Cable/Internet, Electricity

Near 73 East Lake


The Loop

The Loop is the heart of downtown Chicago and gets its name from the loop that the El trains form before jetting off to their respective paths out of the city. The Loop is heavily commercial, as companies like United Airways, Northern Trust, Boeing, and more have offices here.

If you are planning on living in The Loop, be prepared for a high-rise lifestyle. The Loop truly is a concrete jungle, and residents of The Loop must have a love for city life. Weekdays in the Loop are the busiest you will see, as Chicagoans from every neighborhood do business in its central location. Coffee shops and breakfast spots are packed with business people vying to be first in line, and lunch spots are packed with professional lunches. (If you'd like to stay central, but the Loop sounds a bit too hectic, you might like New East Side or South Loop.)

After work and on the weekends, the Loop essentially shuts down. Streets and restaurants that were packed with 9-5ers during the week are now eerily empty. However, Millennium Park is an exception as it sees over 25 million visitors a year and is packed just about every day of the week. Here, people can be seen taking photos of Cloud Gate, enjoying open-air concerts, wandering Maggie Daley Park, and enjoying the lake views.

Although The Loop is highly commercial, it still contains historical buildings such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Harold Washington Public Library, Maggie Daley Park, and the printing houses of Printer's Row to the south.

Nearest Grocery Store

Mariano’s (11-minute walk)

Nearest Convenience Store

7-Eleven (1-minute walk)

Nearest Public Transportation

Brown/Purple/Green/Orange/Pink Line - State/Lake (5-min walk)

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