Short Term Rentals & Temporary Furnished Apartments for Rent in Chicago

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The City of Chicago is home to a diverse community, world-class universities, and more than a dozen attractions. It is the third most populated city in the US.

However, living in Chicago is not cheap. While it’s not as expensive as cities like San Francisco, it’s still 23% higher than the national average. But however costly it might seem, it doesn’t mean you should pass on a lifetime opportunity like joining one of the renowned universities here or accepting a job offer.

Short–term rentals are an excellent solution for your accommodation needs —for students who need flexible lease dates or people relocating for work. If you opt to sublease in Chicago, finding a furnished apartment is the best way to start your life in “the Windy City.”

June Homes can help you find a short-term furnished apartment as you find your footing in the city.

Finding a Furnished Apartment in Chicago
Chicago is a vast city with many neighborhoods with diverse cultures and experiences.

Lincoln Park, Gold Coast, Lake View, The Loop, and Mount Greenwood are among the most luxurious neighborhoods in Chicago. Rental costs here are on the high-end, but you get to enjoy the perks such as security, first-class eateries, pretty parks, and luxurious shopping.

Uptown is a hotspot for dynamic nightlife and entertainment. Lovers of Chinese culture can tour Chinatown for the best experiences in Chinese culture and cuisine.

If you love colorful murals, Humboldt Park has an endless parade of them, plus traditional dishes and cultural events rooted in Puerto Rican culture. 

Logan Square is a trendy, artsy neighborhood great for creatives. And if you want a vibrant downtown feel, South Loop offers all the perks with attractions like museums and music venues.

Uptown, South Shore, The Island, and Pilsen are some of the most affordable neighborhoods.

However, Chicago is popular for its high crime rates. As such, avoid West Garfield Park, Washington Park, Englewood, Riverdale, Grand Crossing, and North Lawndale, as they’re some of the most dangerous areas in the city.

Things to Do in Chicago
Chicago has an array of unending attractions and cool things to do .

Go canoeing, kayaking, and river cruising along a revamped waterfront on the Chicago River
Visit Chicago Cultural Center, the city’s cultural events and arts hub.
Stroll leisurely along the Chicago Riverwalk. There are restaurants, outdoor seating, and water fountains at the Water Plaza
Visit the Northerly Island with a park trail, lagoon, large green spaces, and a beach
Explore the Field museum, home to more than 20 million artifacts
Tour the Grant Park 
The Millenium park showcases world-class music, architecture, art, and landscape design
Visit the Shedd Aquarium, home to 1500+ species of fish, snakes, birds, amphibians, and marine mammals
You can’t miss the Chicago Pedway. This underground network of tunnels, concourses, and sky bridges is around 5 miles and is popular with many commuters and visitors
Explore American literature and learn about outstanding writers with influence on the American culture and history at the American Writers Museum
Lovers of comedy and improvs club will love the Second City
Bask on the beach, go on speedboat rides, and have romantic sunset dinner cruises on Lake Michigan

There’s more exploration to do and breathtaking sights to see in Michigan. Renting a furnished short-term rental apartment on June Homes will make exploring all these attractions easier and more enjoyable.

Chicago Neighborhoods
East Ukrainian Village
Humboldt Park
The Loop
Lake View
Logan Square
Lincoln Park
Wicker Park
West Town
Noble Square

FAQs about Short Term Rentals in Chicago
Short-term rentals are all over the city, but you need to know where to look to find one that fits your budget and preferences. The rental cost is one of the primary considerations when looking for a short-term rental. Here are the frequently asked questions by renters at June Homes. 

How Much Is It To Rent A Furnished Studio In Chicago For One Month?
Renting a furnished studio apartment in Chicago costs an average of $1,250. However, the rental costs range from around $900 to $1800. This is the cheapest option if you’re looking to rent an entire apartment.

How Much Is It To Rent A Furnished 1-Bedroom Apartment In Chicago For One Month?
The cost of renting a 1-bedroom apartment in Chicago has increased by 22% from last year. It’ll now cost you an average of $1,745 per month, according to Zumper. However, neighborhoods like West Loop have rents as high as $2,450. 

How Much Is It To Rent A Furnished 2-Bedroom Or More Apartment In Chicago For One Month?
The cost of renting a 2-bedroom apartment (or more) in Chicago largely depends on its location. Apartments closer to downtown and luxurious neighborhoods are more expensive. A 2-bedroom apartment costs around $2,000 while a 3-bedroom can cost as much as $4,000, according to Rentcafe

How to Find Alternative Rental Options in Chicago?
Renting an entire apartment can be pretty pricey, especially in a city like Chicago. If you want to spend a little less, consider finding a cheaper alternative.

At June Homes, we offer private rooms as alternative rental options. You get to live in a shared apartment with all the essential amenities at a cheaper cost.

What is the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chicago, IL?

The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chicago starts at $2275 per month. As of March 25, 2023 there are 2 1-bedroom apartments available for rent in Chicago, IL

What is the average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chicago, IL?

The average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chicago starts at $2150 per month. As of March 25, 2023 there are 8 2-bedroom apartments available for rent in Chicago, IL

What is the average rent for a room in Chicago, IL?

The average rent for a room in Chicago starts at $1025 per month. As of March 25, 2023 there are 185 rooms available for rent in Chicago, IL