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Downtown Living

Consisting of the New Eastside (bordered by the Chicago River to the North, Randolph to the South, Columbus to the West and Lake Michigan to the East), the Loop (bordered by the Chicago River on the North and West, Roosevelt on the South and Michigan Avenue on the East), and the South Loop (bordered by Roosevelt on the North, the Stevenson Expressway on the South, Clark Street on the West and Lake Michigan), living in downtown Chicago is some of the most expensive real estate in the city, but living down here is worth every penny.

The New Eastside is a full-service high rise community surrounding a former nine-hole golf course that now serves as a beautifully maintained outdoor park for the residents of the newest additions to the downtown skyscrapers. Boasting amazing lake, Chicago River and park views, these high rises, including, The Aqua, which is one of Chicago’s most architecturally beautiful condo buildings, have everything you could ever want to live the high life all within the community. With world-class restaurants, high-end grocery stores and even a heated underground pedestrian walkway that lead to all the hotspots downtown and public transportation, The New Eastside has become one of the hottest new areas in Chicago.

The Loop, named after the elevated trains that ‘loop’ around this neighborhood, is the business and financial epicenter of Chicago. Towering high rises, State Street shopping, the Willis Tower and Grant Park are some of the highlights of the center of this beautiful city.

The South Loop has been steadily increasing in popularity, driven by its proximity to the loop as well as the lakefront and Grant Park. Many loft conversions, luxury new construction buildings, and the new Soldier Field have further broadened the neighborhood’s appeal to visitors and prospective residents alike. Chicago’s Museum Campus is the cultural anchor of the neighborhood and attracts an abundance of tourists and culture-seekers to see the world-famous Field Museum & Shedd Aquarium almost every day of the year.


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