Studio Apartments in Chicago

Studio Apartments in Chicago

Are you looking for studio apartments in Chicago? Our team at TheSqua.re will help you find the very best studio apartments without any hassles. You can also expect to get all your queries answered promptly while availing of 24 hour support and assistance throughout your stay as well. Staying at our serviced studio apartments will be an amazing experience without a doubt.

Best Studio Apartments in Chicago

We have innumerable studio apartments in Chicago including the following:

These are only some of the options available in our vast portfolio of studio apartments. We have something to suit the needs of every traveler to the city.

Why Book Our Studio Apartments in Chicago?

Staying at our serviced apartments in Chicago will give you the freedom to come and go as you please, have friends, colleagues or guests over for memorable meals or drinks, and even enjoy privacy and flexibility. Relax in style at your own home away from home with all the necessary amenities and facilities available at your fingertips. Our charming and well-furnished studios will keep you comfortable throughout your stay. In fact, they are ideal for solo travelers and couples alike and that too at competitive rates for long-term stays. 

Our Studio Apartments in Chicago for Business Travelers

Business travelers traveling alone or with a fellow colleague will need a corporate housing in Chicago. Staying for longer periods will be more comfortable courtesy of your own rented studio unit. From plush furnishings and fixtures to all necessary appliances, you will have everything you need for a memorable Chicago trip. You can expect easy connectivity to major business and commercial hubs in Chicago along with proximity to public transit facilities as well. Enjoy complete privacy and flexibility in your own rental studio apartment in Chicago courtesy TheSqua.re. We have a vast collection of studios that will please business travelers. 

Our Studio Apartments in Chicago for Leisure Travelers

If you are coming to Chicago for an extended period and wish to stay in a comfortable and secure home away from home, we have many studios available. We have studios located in the best areas of Chicago, complete with access to all major cultural landmarks, public transit facilities, and the best nightlife, dining, and shopping options. From fully equipped kitchens to entertainment amenities and safety features, our studios offer everything that you require for a memorable stay. Our studios are ideal for couples and solo holidayers alike. 

Available Amenities in Our Studio Apartments in Chicago

The list of amenities and features may vary from one studio apartment to another. Our studio apartments with several amenities including the following: 

  • Air conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services
  • Intercom systems 
  • Flat screen television
  • Cable packages
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer dryer machine
  • Microwave 

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Top Attractions Near Our Studio Apartments

Our studio apartments are located in close proximity to various attractions. Chicago is nestled along Lake Michigan and has a reputation for housing a buzzing and colorful arts, culture and shopping circuit. Some of the attractions worth visiting include the following: 

  • Art Institute of Chicago - The Art Institute houses famous artworks along with a diverse collection of prints, sculptures, photography, textiles, architectural drawings and decorative arts. The collection includes iconic paintings such as A Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte which is the 1884 masterpiece by Georges Seurat and also the 1879 Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando by the iconic Renoir. There are multiple works of Claude Monet and the main building at the museum was designed by none other than Rutan, Shepley and Coolidge in the true beaux-arts template. Many other buildings have been integrated into the complex over the years which cover a gargantuan 400,000 square feet today. 
  • Millennium Park - This is a portion of the bigger park named Grant Park, covering downtown Chicago near Michigan Avenue, Randolph Street, Columbus Drive and Monroe Street. There is a 110-ton sculpture called Cloud Gate which is the chief attraction here and sports a liquid mercury-inspired surface of stainless steel, almost like a regular mirror. It reflects its surroundings including the sky, people passing through the central arch and the buildings nearby. Crown Fountain is another major attraction that has ancient gargoyles spouting water majestically while the Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a great place to enjoy performances. Lurie Garden is another attraction that is worth visiting as well. 
  • Navy Pier - Navy Pier originally opened its doors in the year 1916 as a major shipping cum amusement facility although it is one of the city’s biggest draws today. It now covers 50 acres spanning lovely gardens, charming shops, concert venues, parks and hip restaurants. There is a Ferris Wheel going up to a whopping 150 ft along with the iconic carousel at Navy Pier Park that visitors just love. There is a 3D Imax Theater and Chicago Shakespeare Theater for entertainment along with the 6-storied, 1-acre indoor botanical garden known as Crystal Gardens. You will also find the Chicago Children’s Museum here in tandem with several activities and festivals galore. 
  • Museum of Science and Industry - Near Jackson Park’s northern end lies the Museum of Science and Industry which was founded in the year 1933. It has a great collection, showcasing natural laws and their application throughout industrial and technological evolution over the years. The museum is one of the first in the USA that incorporated the concept of exhibits that were truly hands-on. There is an OMNIMAX theater available as well. 
  • Buckingham Fountain - Buckingham Fountain was established as a family donation in 1927 and the full name is the Clarence Buckingham Memorial Fountain. It is one of the world’s biggest such marvels, sporting an art-deco theme. The central fountain has four seahorses surrounding it, which indicate the four bordering States of Lake Michigan. The fountain comes to life between 8 AM and 11 PM, shooting a whopping 15,000 gallons of water via almost 200 nozzles every minute. At dusk, there are incredible lights accompanying the water show here.
  • Willis Tower SkyDeck - The 110 storied Sears Tower, which is now called the Willis Tower, was once the tallest office block throughout the world. The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur came along in 1996 and took this position likewise. The views are incredible from this building with sight up to 40-50 miles spanning four States. It took 3 years to develop this tower and it opened for the general public and visitors in 1974, going up to 1,453 feet. The observation zone is named as the SkyDeck which is located on the 103rd floor itself and sits 1,353 feet above ground level. There is a glass box with its glass floor, called the Ledge, jutting out from the SkyDeck. Visitors may stand here and directly view the city of Chicago below them. 
  • 360 Chicago - 360 Chicago is the eye-popping observation deck located on the John Hancock Building’s 94th floor. It can be spotted easily courtesy of its metallic and dark exterior along with cross-braced steel design touches on the exterior. The huge observation deck has glass walls and looks onto the skyline of Chicago and well beyond. The Tilt feature is something that tourists will adore, offering incredible views from 1,000 feet above the attractive Magnificent Mile while tipped outward at a particular angle for viewing downwards. The building has a multimedia exhibit on the first floor along with several shops. 
  • Field Museum of Natural History - The Field Museum of Natural History was established in the year 1893 for showcasing the anthropological and biological collections that were originally integrated for the World Columbian Exposition. The permanent collection has close to 20 million artifacts and specimens throughout multiple areas such as anthropology, geology, zoology and botany. There are permanent displays covering cultures of Central, North and South America along with Ancient Egypt and the world’s biggest Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton named Sue. 
  • Michigan Avenue and the Magnificent Mile - Michigan Avenue is one of the country’s most coveted and iconic boulevards while the iconic Magnificent Mile is a portion of Michigan Avenue that is northwards from the Chicago River with several luxury stores, boutiques and galleries alike. Some attractions include the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and Tribune Tower among others. There are multiple theaters spanning this district that showcase a whole host of comedy performances, musicals and plays alike. 

Best Restaurants Near Our Studio Apartments

There are multiple restaurants that you can access from our Chicago apartments. Some of them include the following: 

  • Superdawg Drive-In - The iconic establishment was founded by Flaurie Berman and Maurie Berman. This drive-in has huge hot dog statues beckoning customers at the intersection of Milwaukee, Devon and Nagle. There are nice carhops and speakers for a vintage drive-in experience.  Savor the hot dogs with thick beef sausage, pickled green tomatoes, mustard and chopped Spanish onions in a box of crinkle fries. 
  • Parachute - Parachute is one of the most iconic restaurants in Chicago, serving up delectable Korean-American cuisine. The Michelin-starred joint offers delicious picks including the Bing Bread, short ribs and fried chicken galore. 
  • Honey Butter Fried Chicken - Honey Butter Fried Chicken is helmed by two highly talented chefs who offer several special chicken dishes along with signature honey butter. 
  • Mi Tocaya Antojeria - Diana Davila shows a fabulous selection of smaller Mexican dishes at Logan Square. Davila emphasizes experimental cuisine while offering treats such as spaghetti squash and duck carnitas. 
  • Galit - Galit is where warm and tasty pita is served up by Chef Zach Engel and there are several attractions including hummus and other complements. 
  • Paulie Gee’s Logan Square - The restaurant offers attractive vegan pies along with a Midwestern themed menu with delicious pizzas to boot.