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Finding rental apartments in Chicago or Evanston can be challenging. There’s so much to consider. Which neighborhood do you want to live in? How much square footage do you need? What rent can you expect to pay for a place that size in that neighborhood?
The team at Bass Management understands your concerns. Let us help you find your ideal Chicago apartment for rent. We know the properties, because we own and manage them. That means we can quickly identify the best ones for you. You can use the search boxes below to enter your criteria. We think you’ll find an apartment in Chicago or Evanston that’s right for you. Or give us a call at 773-302-1300. We’re here for you.
Not sure about neighborhoods or what you want in a rental apartment? Read a little about each of our neighborhoods below. Then scroll down to browse Bass Management’s available apartments in Chicago.
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Neighborhood Information for Our Evanston and Chicago Apartments
Albany Park is one of Chicago’s most ethnically diverse areas. You’ll find a wide variety of shops and restaurants near your apartment in Albany Park. The opportunity to try almost any global cuisine you’d like more than makes up for the subdued night life scene. The CTA Brown line ends here. That means you’ll have uncrowded transportation to downtown and other neighborhoods. Apartment rents here are a little more affordable than nearby neighborhoods, so you can get more space for your money.
Learn more about Albany Park on neighborhoods.com.
Many families and young professionals rent an apartment in Bucktown. It’s a fun, vibrant neighborhood with an exciting arts community. Bucktown apartments are close to the 606 recreational trail. Here, you can enjoy the 2.7 miles of multi-use trail for running, biking or just a quiet stroll. The Six Corners area is the perfect place for shopping, strolling or grabbing a coffee.
Learn more about Bucktown on neighborhoods.com.
Home to several historic districts, Edgewater is a beautiful place for a rental apartment in Chicago. It’s a diverse neighborhood filled with some of Chicago’s prettiest streets. Young families and long-term residents enjoy the quiet, charming neighborhoods. If you’re looking for great dining, head to Clark Street or Broadway for eclectic options. Edgewater residents enjoy convenient access to the CTA Red Line, getting them downtown and to areas south of the Loop.
Learn more about Edgewater on neighborhoods.com.
Renting an apartment in Evanston is a great option for families, couples or singles. Home to Northwestern University, Evanston boasts wide sandy beaches, tree-lined foulevards and beautiful parks. Apartment renters in Evanston enjoy access to cultural, recreational and historical activities. Access to downtown downtown via CTA Purple Line or Metra train gives Evanston apartments the amenities of a Chicago apartment with the more relaxed vibe of the suburbs.
Learn more about Evanston on neighborhoods.com.
Logan Square is a great rental neighborhood for young singles and couples who enjoy an active social life. Excellent restaurants and lively bars are plentiful. Families enjoy apartments in Logan Square, too. There’s plenty to do and quiet streets to live on. Access to public transportation makes Logan Square a great place for a Chicago apartment dweller. The Blue Line links you to the Loop. Buses are available to take you to the lake shore or Lincoln Park.
Learn more about Logan Square on neighborhoods.com.
Apartments in Ravenswood bring a residential and artsy vibe. You’ll find art shops, breweries, loft offices and even a few old-school cobblestone streets. Winnemac Park in West Ravenswood is one of Chicago’s most beautiful neighborhood parks. It includes a scenic prairie garden, nature trail and athletic fields. Ravenswood apartment renters enjoy convenient commuting options like Brown Line stops and UP-North Metra stations.
Learn more about Ravenswood on neighborhoods.com.
East Rogers Park
Rogers Park sits on the far northern border of the city. Its quiet residential charm makes it a great place to rent an apartment in Chicago. Loyola University sits in the southeast corner of Rogers Park. That means apartment renters here benefit from all the culture and activity the university has to offer. Four Red Line stops and a Purple Line stop at Howard give Rogers Park renters access to uncrowded public transportation to other parts of the city.
Learn more about Rogers Park on neighborhoods.com.
People choose apartments for rent in Wicker Park because of its convenience to O’Hare and downtown and trendy dining and nightlife spots. Wicker Park apartment renters can find almost anything they need in the shopping districts on Division or Milwaukee. Outdoor recreation opportunities for residents in Wicker Park Chicago apartments include the 606 Trail and athletic fields at Wicker Park.
Learn more about Wicker Park on neighborhoods.com.