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Hudson at Chicago


750 N Hudson Ave Chicago, IL

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Updated 2 months ago
$2,600 - $7,000
1 - 3 Bed
1 - 3 Bath

657 - 1,874 Sq. Ft.

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$1,000 rent credit on all apartments with a 12 month lease
Where you'll live
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Location ratings
Walk Score®
Walker's Paradise
Transit Score®
Excellent Transit
Bike Score®
Very Bikeable
Floor plans
1 Bed • 1 Bath
657 ft2
1 Available
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2 Beds • 2 Bath
1009 ft2
1 Available
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2 Beds • 2 Bath
1109 ft2
1 Available
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Available Oct 18th, 2021
3 Beds • 3 Bath
1874 ft2
1 Available
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In-unit Laundry
Air Conditioning
Fitness Center
Conference Room
Online Payments
Roof Top Access
Range / Oven
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Court Yard
Fire Pit
Study Areas
High-speed Internet
24-hour Maintenance
Bike Parking
Online Community Portal
Secured Entry
Package Receiving
Business Center
Car Charging Station
Roof Top Patio
Hot Tub / Spa
Fees & leasing info
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Park
Pet Friendly Community
Garage - Attached
Property details

The Hudson is a rental apartment in River North.

Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Contact Number: (312) 248-9557
Emergency Services
Name Type Distance
Oak Meadows Fire Station 0.34 miles
River North Fire Station 0.41 miles
Rush & Division Fire Station 0.46 miles
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 4 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 4 units available for move-in over the next 2 months. 3 units are vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 657 to 1,874 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1, 2 and 3 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $2,600 to $7,000. Hudson at Chicago has 1 bedroom units available starting at $2,600, 2 bedroom units available starting at $3,400, and 3 bedroom units available starting at $7,000.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 750 N Hudson Ave in Chicago, IL. It's 3.7 miles south from the center of Chicago.
Rent report

Hudson at Chicago Rent vs. Chicago Average

Hudson at Chicago is asking 48% more than the average 1 bedroom apartment in Chicago.

If you upsized to an average priced Chicago 2 bedroom apartment, you would pay 25% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Chicago studio apartment, you would pay 35% less per month.

Hudson at Chicago provides 6% less square footage than the average Chicago 1 bedroom apartment.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Hudson at Chicago
1BR $2,600 $4.00 $7,800
2BR $3,540 $3.30 $10,620
3BR $7,000 $3.70 $21,000
Chicago Average
Studio $1,294 $2.90 $3,883
1BR $1,753 $2.50 $5,259
2BR $2,323 $2.30 $6,968
3BR $2,695 $2.00 $8,086
4BR $2,791 $1.70 $8,372

Availability in Chicago

In order to find the best deal, you need to know what types of units are available. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

There are currently 6,021 1BR units on the market in Chicago. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Chicago
Studio 4,294
1BR 6,021
2BR 3,781
3BR 1,162
4BR 212
To comfortably afford an apartment, we recommend having at least three times your monthy rent in gross household income.
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Property manager information
Apt Amigo
Neighborhood: River North
Experience the Magnificent Mile & Michigan Avenue in Chicago’s River North

Chicago was incorporated in 1837 on waterways--for trading--and was re-built in 1871 after the Chicago Fire. The area known today as River North contained warehouses, shipping facilities, railroad tracks, worker’s housing, factories and forges. Because of the number of factories--and the smoke they produced--the area was referred to as Smokey Hollow. When the port was closed the area fell into disrepair as the warehouses and factories vacated and residents moved to the suburbs. From the 1920s through the 1960s it was almost deserted and became known as a red-light district. As artists began to reclaim the large vacated buildings for relatively little money, they turned the old warehouses and factories into galleries, studios, offices and apartments. Real estate developer Albert Friedman coined the name River North to help the area lose its reputation as a derelict district.

River North now has the largest concentration of art galleries outside of Manhattan and a revitalized entertainment industry. It is also home to international corporations such as ConAgra, Groupon and Motorola. The eastern border is Michigan Avenue; the northern edge is Chicago Avenue and the Chicago River is on the south and west perimeters.
Nearby Colleges

Harold Washington College

International Academy of Design and Technology-Chicago

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Robert Morris University Chicago

Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Harold Washington Library Center 2.0 mi 39 min 11 min 3 min
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