Bucktown Luxury Apartments
Luxury Apartment Rentals in BUCKTOWN
Bucktown Neighborhood Rental Guide
A Thriving, Creative Community of Boutiques and Galleries
Luxury Bucktown apartments from Downtown Apartment Company can put you in the heart of a beautiful neighborhood full of unique boutiques, hip restaurants, art galleries, pet stores, gyms, concert venues and cocktail bars.
Dubbed by some as “the new Lincoln Park,” Bucktown is alive with business and culture. There are numerous options for shopping, dining and nightlife. Even better, there’s easy access to public transit, so getting around the city is a cinch. Plus, the elevated 606 trail offers a three-miles route to walk, run or bike at your leisure. Bucktown, Chicago apartments vary widely in size and price, too, so there’s a little something for everyone.
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The luxury apartments for rent in Bucktown, Chicago can range from $1550 to more than $2550, depending on unit amenities and size.
One of the biggest advantages of Bucktown is its creative, affluent vibe. Living here, you’re surrounded by luxuries in an artsy setting.
A wide range of people make Bucktown home, adding to its lively blend of culture and commerce.
TRAVEL / ESCAPE
Bucktown enjoys fast, affordable public transportation via bus routes and the Blue Line.
It’s no surprise that the galleries and studios at the Flat Iron Arts Building are very popular, as well as the annual summer Bucktown Arts Fest, showcasing over 200 creatives.
It’s easy to get around in Bucktown. If you have a car, there are plenty of parking lots, garages and street options; otherwise, taxis and ride-shares are abundant for local road travel. This neighborhood connects to downtown with numerous CTA bus routes and the Blue Line. From the Clybourn Station on the edge of Bucktown, you can pop to the Loop and other parts of the city with ease.
Recreation / Entertainment
Living in one of our Bucktown luxury apartments, you’ll have so many opportunities for recreation and entertainment at your fingertips. Enjoy the outdoors? Check out the three-mile path at the 606, which connects several parks and public art installations. Want to check out a dive bar? The Hideout is a country-rock roadhouse known for longtime local acts. The Flatiron Arts Building houses boutiques, restaurants and condos, and the Den Theatre plays host to resident companies and up-and-coming troupes.
The new Bucktown location is twice the size of its previous home, with 12 more bowling lanes, a new laser tag arena and three WhirlyBall courts.
Enjoy baseball fields, basketball courts, a playground, a splash pool and a not-too-crowded swimming pool at this local park.
There is no shortage of dining options in Bucktown, where you’ll find everything from nouveau Mexican to contemporary American. This area has eats to please nearly every palate, whether you have strong opinions on pizza or want a fancy fine dining experience.
This upscale Mediterranean place has a loud atmosphere with white tablecloths and a full bar. Take your pick of flavorful meats, including doner, chicken, beef, shrimp and lamb kebabs.
Homemade pasta and pizza crafted in a wood-fired hearth are the specialties at Etta. This American restaurant is great for weeknight dinners or casual dates.
INA MAE TAVERN & PACKAGED GOODS
This New Orleans-inspired eatery offers a taste of the South alongside a large bar and friendly staff.
PIECE BREWERY & PIZZERIA
Grab some New Haven-style pizza at Piece. You’ll get rich red sauce, olive oil and Parmesan, sans mozzarella. Yum!
This small and slightly upscale Filipino restaurant features dishes such as gambas, tocino bowls, and chicken adobo, served with rice or sambag fries.
One of Chicago’s most interesting dining experiences, Schwa is an experimental eatery specializing in molecular gastronomy, with a wild-card atmosphere where you never know what’s coming.
The next best thing to Au Cheval, this small fast-food stop offers great burgers in a jiffy.
If you enjoy a good falafel or shawarma sandwich on the go, you’ll love Sultan’s Market, where the Middle Eastern menu is affordable and tasty.
Bucktown is loaded with unique boutiques. In fact, this neighborhood shies away from cookie-cutter chains, offering a range of vintage clothing shops, record stores, thrift stores and gift shops bursting with personality.