With so many of us still working from home these days, many prospective new residents are searching for a place with the amenities to accommodate a work-from-home lifestyle. Here are some of the top Chicago apartment buildings with a business center:
512 N. McClurg
Also called the Residences at River East Center, 512 N McClurg sits in Streeterville, close to Michigan Avenue and Navy Pier. The stylish tower offers conference facilities and a business center, along with party rooms, a sundeck and a storage area.
500 N. Lake Shore Drive
The luxurious 500 N Lake Shore Drive offers luxury rentals with high-speed internet and other business-friendly amenities in Streeterville. You’ll find a tech center, a library, a coffee bar, plus also a private fitness club, a rooftop swimming pool, a library and a dog run.
240 E. Illinois
Also in Streeterville, 240 E Illinois is a high-rise building with a ground level grocery store, an exercise room, a swimming pool and sundeck, and a party room. The building also has the advantage of a business center, a theatre room and a private dog run.
600 N. Lake Shore Drive
The residences of 600 N Lake Shore Drive offer access to such amenities as a business center and media lounge, two party rooms and a fitness center. You’ll also find two sun decks and some parking for an additional fee.
21 E. Chestnut
Found at 21 E Chestnut, this Gold Coast luxury building offers a 24-hour fitness center, a Skydeck and an outdoor swimming pool. The building also comes with a business center and conference room.
123 N. Des Plaines
CATALYST Chicago sits at 123 N Des Plaines. The building offers a rooftop swimming pool and some bicycle storage. For the work-from-home crowd there’s also a tech center. In addition, the building provides some garage parking and a fitness center.
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