Chicago Apartment Living and Lifestyle

The Best Apartment Rooftops In Chicago


Summer is officially here! Nothing is better than sipping on a cocktail on a rooftop with views of the famous Chicago skyline. From swimming to grilling, there’s a rooftop for everyone. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of the best apartment rooftops in Chicago! 

The Patricians | Lincoln Park

If you’re looking for an apartment building that combines classic charm with modern amenities, The Patricians may be the perfect choice. Offering a grilling station, lounge chairs + wifi, this rooftop is truly a great place to see the Chicago skyline and sprawling lakefront views. 

1325 North Wells | Old Town

Views of the downtown Chicago skyline are truly magnificent from the top of 1325 North Wells. Renters can enjoy jaw dropping view while relaxing by the wading pool, grilling in the outdoor kitchen and warming up by the fire pit. Too much sun? No problem! There is a community space equipped with TVs and a wet bar that opens to a private rooftop terrace.

1111 North Dearborn | Gold Coast

Residents at this beautiful Gold Coast building can enjoy a stunning views on the 33rd floor rooftop that include a pool, 360-degree Chicago views, lounge chairs, and not just one but TWO sundecks. The rooftop is undoubtedly a great place for those who want to see Chicago’s skyline and sprawling lakefront views, as well as the annual Air and Water Show.

River West Lofts | River West

River West Lofts rooftop offers some of the city’s best views from a unique perspective, thanks to its unparalleled 360-degree views. Recently renovated, this rooftop features plenty of space for relaxing with its designated lounge + grilling areas! If you’re after the best vantage point to see Chicago’s skyline, the rooftop is definitely one the best spots. 

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