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Average Apartment Prices in Chicago, By Neighborhood

As of SUMMER  2017,

 No longer residing in the top 10 markets, Chicago ranked as the 11th most expensive city to rent in the nation. Since last month, the price of one bedroom units grew 4.8% to a median of $1,760, while two bedrooms jumped 5.1% to $2,260.
(The map shows average 1 bedroom pricing).

Bridgeport and Beverly had some of the fastest growing rents since last quarter, both up over 12%.

While Greektown ($2,200) and River North ($2,050) continued to reign as the most expensive neighborhoods to rent this summer, LoopWest Loop, and Near South Side were other notably pricy areas, just under the $2,000 threshold. Mid-range priced rentals, for under $1,500, could be found in BoystownLakeview, and North Center.

On the other end of the cost spectrum, the most affordable areas were Fuller ParkWest PullmanEast Side, and Clearing.

If you want to see how the price of apartments for rent in Chicago compares with the rest of the United States’, view our National Rent Report for June, which analyzes over 1 million active listings available in the prior month.

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