“Iconic” is a term reserved for districts like the Loop. Considered the heart of Chicago and the city’s official downtown area, the Loop is abuzz with iconic Chicago attractions, historic architecture, river cruises, Millennium Park, the Chicago Riverwalk, a vibrant theatre district, plus major dining and shopping along State Street. The Loop is also home to one of the most important financial districts in the country.
The Gold Coast Historic District gained an early reputation of affluence and luxury. To this day it maintains this prestige, ranking as one of the most expensive areas of Chicago, as well as the 7th most affluent urban area in America.
Cosmopolitan. Glamorous. High-energy. History-filled. It’s impossible, to sum up River North in one neat description, so all apply. Home to one of the most famous shopping districts in the world (Magnificent Mile), River North also boasts the highest concentration of eateries and entertainment venues in Chicago.
Streeterville is luxury high-rise central, although there are elegant graystones, brownstones, and boutique buildings sprinkled throughout the district. Most buildings offer luxury amenities that go beyond the obligatory pool and gym and could include a 24-hour doorman, parking attendants, and an array of concierge services that can encompass everything from pet spas to medical concierge services.
West Loop has become one of Chicago’s hippest neighborhoods. Located on the western edges of downtown, West Loop has experienced a rapid resurgence over the last decade, as the city’s trendiest restaurants, art galleries, lofts, and condominiums converge to make a very unique area to live.
Creative and cool energy with the urban vibe that makes it a very “in” place to be. All in, Logan Square is one of the most eclectic neighborhoods in Chicago. The area is characterized by historical boulevards, stately greystones and large bungalow-style homes with an ever-growing amount of new construction and development.
Be prepared to be awestruck at the gateway to the South Loop from Lake Shore Drive and Roosevelt Drive. Just setting eyes on Chicago’s Museum Campus you encounter three of the most imposing and beautiful neoclassical buildings that house three of Chicago’s largest museums
One of Chicago’s hippest places to live can be found at the intersection of Milwaukee, Damen, and North streets on the West side – also known as “Six Corners.” Wicker Park and Bucktown are centers of a vibe that keeps going late into the night.
As one of Chicago's largest neighborhoods, it can feel like a city within a city. The north side neighborhood melds several distinct areas — East Lakeview, Central Lakeview, Boystown, and Wrigleyville. Anchored by a beautiful stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline to the east, Lakeview is home to the Lakefront Trail with plenty of outdoor recreation and a well-known nightlife and dining scene.
Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most affluent and sought-after neighborhoods with home prices to match. In some years, the neighborhood topped the list of the city’s most expensive postal codes and often captures headlines for the sale of its lavish multi-million mansions. Vintage brownstones blend with modern mid-rises, luxury high-rise condos, and revitalized single-family homes that appeal to everyone from fashionable singles to families looking for green space right outside their front door.