When Chicago’s wealthy migrated north from the Prairie District just after the dawn of the 20th century they built mansions along Lake Shore Drive and Astor Street from Division to North Avenue, or settled into the sprawling apartments (now co-ops) on prestigious East Lake Shore Drive. The landmark-laden pocket of tree-lined streets east of Clark Street and north of Oak Street quickly became known as the “Gold Coast.“
New East Side
Truly a unique neighborhood, New East Side redefines urban living with striking lake views, world class parks, and top-notch architecture. Residents enjoy boutique restaurants and a tranquil oasis from the busy hustle and bustle of the cityscape.
Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s richest neighborhoods—and not just in terms of the wealth of its residents. This lakeside neighborhood is rich in history, cultural institutions, architectural heritage and lifestyle opportunities.
The Loop architecture is dominated by skyscrapers and high-rises stating Chicago’s prominence as a global city. Residents have a true sense of urban living with the charms of contemporary amenities and historic echoes of Americana.
River North & Near North
River North has a unique history, which includes hosting Chicago’s red light district as late as the 1970’s, to experiencing a surge of more than 2,500 rental and condominium units being built in the 1990’s. The River North Business Association comprises of hundreds of businesses helping to promote the area as a major Chicago tourist destination.
South Loop is one the fastest developing neighborhoods in Chicago. With easy access to transportation, less congestion, and new resturants opening, many Chicagoans are flocking to this hot new neighborhood!