Randolph Tower City

 (4)

Now offering $1,000 rent credit on all vacant units!

Available Units

Studio 0
1 bedroom 0
2 bedroom 0

Building

Overview

188 W Randolph Street is a recently renovated (2012), old construction (1929), full-amenity rental building in the Loop. One of the more unique buildings in the entire city (indoor chess board) with a lot of personality. The units have exceptional old style finishings, but are not very updated. Location is convenient for those working in the Loop.

Address

188 W Randolph St, Chicago IL

What Occupants Love

Great dining options. Fun pool/deck scene. Excellent in-unit temperature control. Great shower pressure. Solid internet/Wi-Fi connectivity. Doormen go above and beyond.

What Occupants Love Less

Moderate elevator wait times. Residents notice noise from living right next to the CTA train. One resident observes limited natural lighting.

Built

1929

Renovated

2012

Building Type

Rental


Location

Neighborhood

The Loop

Nearest Grocery Store

Walmart Neighborhood Market (15-minute walk)

Nearest Convenience Store

7-Eleven (2-minute walk)

Nearest Public Transportation

Clark/Lake - Blue/Brown/Green/Orange/Pink/Purple Line (2-minute walk)


Amenities

Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Parking
Fitness Center
Storage Room
Bike Room

Fees

Resident Responsible for

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


Reviews

Total Reviews

4

Overall

4.00 / 5

Dana E.
Jul 2015

The building itself is great for people who like living downtown, with amenities and friendly staff. I don't like living in the Loop, but am there only for a short while as my husband finishes his work contract and grad school. The building is a young community, so can be social and party-friendly in the communal spaces. Management takes care of maintenance requests quickly and to satisfaction. They nickel & dime you, and aren't flexible in negotiations of rent or lease terms. Storage units are in building but are expensive. Lighting in the unit is terrible - there are only a few fixed/built-in lights and the rest you must bring in. Living on the 6th floor means we get no natural sunlight, so I'd recommend living on a higher floor on the south-facing side to avoid being right next to the El.

What did you like most?

The ease of transportation from the building (close to lots of El stops, buses, cabs/Uber, multiple Divvy stations).

What did you like least?

The location - right next to the El, in the Loop with no feeling of neighborhood.

Krystal M.
Jul 2015

The building is conveniently located close to bars and restaurants and the amenities make it a pleasant building.

What did you like most?

Like common spaces

What did you like least?

The sliding doors in the apartments

Quan T.
Mar 2018

Excellent. Would not hesitate to continue my lease if the rent doesn't increase significantly.

What did you like most?

Fantastic pool and excellent location for public transportation (1 block walk from Clark/Lake and Washington/Wells stations)

What did you like least?

Noise from the train is reduced the higher you live, but not completely. No close (within 5 minutes walk) grocery shopping options.

Steve
Jul 2015

Good


Price
Starting at $1,695