750 N Rush
750 N Rush St, Chicago, IL- River North
7 Apartment Floorplans for RentUpdated 2 hours ago
Overall rating of 4.0 / 5 based on 8 renter reviews
4.0 / 5
Good building in a good location for commute (red line), fast dining, and shopping (Michigan Ave.). Slightly longer walk for bars and grocery stores but still plenty of options in under 10 minutes.
Great building, good location, friendly staff, amazing pool deck, updated units
It's a great area on the border of Gold Coast and River North! It's a bit touristy, but is also right in the middle of everything and very walkable.
What did you like most?
Location and it's a good mix of business professionals and graduate students.
What did you like least?
Very touristy and wish there were a fewmore restaurants/bars for locals. However, River North is very close!
750 N Rush Overview and Highlights
750 N Rush(Formerly The Chicagoan) is a full-amenity rental apartment building on the border of River North and Gold Coast. Slightly older building, but in a very central location. Very good outdoor pool and grill deck. Some units are updated, but many still have carpeting throughout.
750 N Rush St, Chicago IL
What Occupants Love
Solid nearby quick-service dining options. Social/friendly residents. Great pool/deck scene. Coffee available in the lobby every morning.
What Occupants Love Less
Limited gym offerings. Moderate elevator waits during peak times. Some residents believe the new building management could be a bit more accommodating and that the surrounding area can feel touristy.
Resident Responsible for
Water, Gas, Trash, Heat, Cable/Internet, Electricity
Near 750 N Rush
If you want an energized urban experience, River North Chicago is the neighborhood for you. Its unique blend of commerce, housing, and tourism makes it one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Chicago. Most River North residences are glass or brick high rises, and a smaller portion of residents live in converted warehouse lofts. If you’re a local, River North doesn’t offer as much communal or park space as other neighborhoods, but pet lovers still take advantage of the neighborhood’s pet-friendly buildings and river views. If walkable streets are a must, check out Gold Coast or Fulton River District.
With easy access to Chicagoland highways (I-90/94 and Lakeshore Drive), CTA Brown Line and Red Line, and The Loop (within walking distance), commuting from River North is usually a breeze… unless you’re driving during rush hour.
If you live in Chicago and like to stay out late, River North is probably where you’ll end up. With clubs like Tao, bars like Bub City, Three Dots, and Dash, as well as music venues like Howl at the Moon and The Redhead Piano Bar— River North is a party every night of the week.
Nearest Grocery Store
Whole Foods (6-minute walk)
Nearest Convenience Store
Walgreens (5-minute walk)
Nearest Public Transportation
Red Line - Grand (4-minute walk)