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River North

In a city known for its style and art, no other neighborhood better represents Chicago.

With more clubs, galleries and studios than any other part of Chicago, River North attracts creatives looking for a trendy community full of inspiration. A little over three square miles in size, River North is home to an estimated 27,000 people.

Foodies love River North. With new restaurants popping up in the neighborhood all the time, eating out never gets boring. When you’re looking to get outside, there are no shortage of options. Locals often enjoy picnics at Ward (A. Montgomery) Park on the north bank of the river, meet-ups at one of the neighborhood’s dog parks and strolls along the winding riverside.

On top of great food and beautiful riverfront, locals benefit from the area’s location and well-connected transport system, high quality grade schools and several sports facilities for solo and team activities.

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What Our Residents Are Saying:

"Great location, super spacious apartments, and great management! Have really loved my time in this building so far. Rent price is great for the location, amenities, and space you get compared to other buildings in the area."

-Grand Plaza Resident

"The staff has been incredible during move-in. They were a huge help in making a typically stressful situation nice and easy! Thank you so much. I’d definitely recommend Grand Plaza to a friend looking to move in the city."

-Grand Plaza Resident

"I love this building! Great people, great staff, it feels like home. Love the communication, if there is a maintenance or an issue with the building/internet they immediately let us know and resolve it in a timely manner."

-Grand Plaza Resident

Riverside Activities

Just a few blocks from River North is Chicago’s beloved Riverwalk, a popular hangout spot all year long. There are several famous restaurants to enjoy along with bars, cafes, and more. Visitors love seeing the Riverwalk’s floating garden near the Jetty, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza, and riverside sights of Chicago’s most famous architecture.

Residents with dogs will want to check out Ohio Place Dog Park to mingle with their furry friends near N. Orleans Street or Larrabee Dog Park on the north side of Ward (A. Montgomery) Park which runs along the riverside.

Just across the river outside of the neighborhood, Navy Pier, Millennium Park and Grant Park are within walking distance along with the lake shore.