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Fulton Market Luxury Apartments

Apartments for Rent in Fulton Market

Is Fulton Market the place to be?

Consider: With several corporations calling Fulton Market home — including McDonald’s, Google and Dyson — it’s no wonder this neighborhood is drawing a lot of attention, highlighting it as an appealing place to live.

In October 2019, this former meat packing district on the near west side was named one of the top 20 “Cool Streets in North America.” “Fulton Market has emerged as the ‘go to’ district for the best brands entering (Chicago).” With the brands come the employees, along with food and recreational opportunities to keep them entertained.

Fulton Market apartment buildings put tenants steps away from world-class chefs along Randolph Street’s restaurant row, minutes away from downtown office buildings, and in the middle of the swirling intensity of a neighborhood in explosive evolution.

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Befitting the neighborhood’s rising status, housing bargains are hard to find. A studio might rent from $1,800 to $2,300 per month. One-bedrooms range up to $2,900, while two- and three-bedrooms start around $3,200 and range upward of $5,500.


Innovative, creative, passionate people populate Fulton Market apartments and corporate halls. Success comes in all sizes. The belief that it is best shared is evidenced by the communal vibe of shopping spaces such as Randolph Street Market and Box Shops, and the bustling shared-office environments at WeWork and, for women, The Wing.


If you like being part of the leading edge — from dining trends to business concepts to the visionary spaces you lay your head, you’ll fit in perfectly with the other forward-thinkers seeking Fulton Market apartments for rent.


Interstates 90, heading north and 290, heading west, make getting out of town a breeze for Fulton Market residents.


One of the most famous chefs in the world, Grant Achatz, has neighboring restaurants — Roister and Next – on Fulton Park. Drinking options are plentiful, and there’s always an opportunity for an unhinged evening at the legendary Bottom Lounge.


With at least 14 parking lots or garages in the area, multiple bus routes, the Metra Green and Pink lines running through the area, and a reputation as one of Chicago’s most walkable neighborhoods, Fulton Market makes getting around easy.

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Recreation / Entertainment

When designated a Chicago Landmark by the city in 2015, the Fulton-Randolph Market District was recognized for its important history as a wholesale market, meatpacking and manufacturing district. The area still bustles with the energy of a vibrant market, from shoppers, diners, entrepreneurs and those on their way to the two city parks — Union Park and Fulton River Park — just to the west and east of the district, respectively.


A rare surviving art deco structure in the district, this former meatpacking building is a classic example with strong vertical emphasis and colorful terra cotta ornamentation.


Built in 1884 and now a luxury loft development, this three-story timber structure exemplifies the Chicago School of Design, wherein exteriors are continued expressions of interior structural systems.

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Marked by abundant options, aspirations to greatness and careful execution from lunch counters to linen tablecloths, the Fulton Market dining scene rivals any in the city — or any other city.


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Part coffeehouse, part healthy dining revelation, part patisserie — and all from the old pros at Lettuce Entertain You.


The funkier offshoot of Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard’s Girl & The Goat, just across Randolph Street.


Southern-tinged eats star at this wood-paneled bar & grill outfitted with whiskey-barrel tables.


Elevated takes on European beer hall fare, with an emphasis on local, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant’s communal table can seat upward of 100.


A third-floor patio and food that is as gorgeous as it is good star at a place that wears its Mediterranean influences — Israel, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece — on its sleeve.


Inside the fast-food giant’s corporate headquarters at 1035 W. Randolph is a public restaurant that rotates the chain’s worldwide offerings — from Canada’s Mighty Angus Burger to Hong Kong’s McSpicy Chicken Sandwich to Spain’s Bacon and Cheesy Deluxe Potatoes.

Nightlife / Bars

Fulton Market has places to catch national acts (City Winery) and up-and-comers mixed with veteran road warriors (Bottom Lounge). It also has hip lounges, frenetic dance clubs and classic taverns. The good thing is there’s so much, so close, you can walk on your pub crawl.



The space is fronted by a barber shop that keeps daytime hours. At night, the rear is a rec-roomy riff on a speakeasy, with grilled cheese sandwiches to boot.


What Grant Achatz’s Alinea did to molecular gastronomy, it’s doing to cocktails at The Aviary.


Low lights, no attitude. This is the pre-dinner cocktail choice for people waiting two hours for their table at the trendy places down the block.


There are dozens of eclectic retailers in the area, but shopping is taken up a notch at Randolph Street Market, described by Better Homes and Gardens as one of the “Nine flea markets you must visit before you die.” USA Today called it one of the “10 best flea markets for finding vintage treasures.”

Among 125 indoor vendors and more than 300 in the warm weather months are the Chicago Antique Market, Indie Designer Market and Modern Vintage Chicago, making the Randolph Street Market a must-stop for designers, collectors and influencers alike. Unique finds abound, whether it be vintage and modern home furnishings, art, jewelry or fashion. There’s plenty of food and drink available, as well.

Beyond the Market, Box Shops by Related is a rotating collective of local retailers, while Morlen Sinoway Atelier is a design studio to match the avant edginess of the neighborhood. Kristin Cavallari’s Uncommon James adds a bit of star power to the area’s boutique chic sensibility.

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