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Echelon Chicago
Echelon at K Station offers luxury apartment rentals in Fulton Market District within Chicago’s West Loop....
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Alta at K Station
Each Alta at K Station residence has a full gourmet kitchen with granite/stainless appliances coming standard...
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Left Bank at K Station
Left Bank at K Station is located in the popular West Loop/Fulton Market Area of Chicago....
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Trio
Located in the exciting Fulton River District of Chicago’s trendy West Loop neighborhood, your new luxury...
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K2
Located in Chicago’s vibrant Fulton River District, the luxury apartments at K2 offer all the modern...
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Kenect Chicago Apartments | Luxury Apartment Rentals
Located at 504 & 505 North Green Street between the exciting River West and West Loop...
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16For Rent
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EMME
Right in the heart of one of downtown Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods, EMME Chicago is the West...
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The Parker Fulton Market
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Fulton River District, Chicago

Downtown Chicago's Fulton River District has blossomed into a residential playground. Search for available luxury apartments for rent in Downtown, Chicago's trendy Fulton River District. Use our detailed filters to find your next luxury downtown rental.

Apartments for rent range from luxury studios, luxury convertibles, luxury 1-3 bedroom, townhomes, and penthouses.

History

From riots to railroad hubs the Fulton River District has a distinct history that helped shape the growth of Chicago. In the late 19th century the area was the stage for a large amount of Chicago’s commerce including lumber and grain. Many additional staple goods would find their way through the the district in mass amounts. Along with goods, the area was a major transportation point with the completion of Chicago’s first railroad terminal at the intersection of Canal and Kinzie in 1848. The Fulton River District also played a part in labor reform with the shockingly violent Haymarket Riots in 1886 when workers striking for a standardized eight-hour day came under attack.

Current Over a century later, the Fulton River District, is a beautiful mix of residential and commercial spaces. With some of the most appealing high-rise developments in the city, the Fulton River District, could be deemed “River North for Bargain Shoppers.” When compared directly to its neighbor across the river, the Fulton River District, normally has similar quality residential buildings at a more reasonable rate.

Attractions With unique and small scale restaurants and bars cropping up regularly in the area you are never far from a great meal or a relaxing drink in the Fulton River District. Being just blocks from, “Restaurant Row” on Randolph Street will definitely feed anyone’s foodie side. Need to head out to the suburbs on public transportation or hop in your car and immediately find an expressway? Both modes of transport are easily accessible with the Kennedy bordering the West side of the neighborhood and both Ogilvy and Union Station within walking distance. For dog owners and movie enthusiast make sure to stop by Fulton River Park at Desplaines and Kinzie during the summer months to let your furry friend get some exercise or enjoy the city’s regular screening of movie classics.

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