Here’s your weekly source of OPEN HOUSES in and around Chicagoland.
Lively retail-lined streets and leafy residential blocks pave the way for an appealing blend of residents and visitors, all captivated by Lincoln Park’s charms. And who wouldn’t be? The community boasts lakefront recreation, a zoo, performing arts and music scene, an abundance of shops, and a range of restaurants—from BYOB ethnic spots to high-end ticketed experiences.
Dotted with architectural gems that range from vintage row houses to doorman high-rises, Gold Coast is a quiet, well-preserved retreat in downtown Chicago. Its tree-lined streets host many of the city’s most prestigious homes and afford residents superior access to Lake Michigan.
As one of Chicago’s trendiest and most creative epicenters, Wicker Park is a hotspot for one-of-a-kind boutique shops, esoteric book and record stores, countless art galleries, and performance venues, as well as a highly-regarded, palate-pleasing dining and craft cocktail scene.
New East Side
Bordered by Michigan Avenue, the Chicago River, Lake Michigan, and Millennium Park, New East Side is a residential haven in the middle of a humming metropolis. Chicago’s newest neighborhood boasts modern high-rises with state-of-the-art amenities, comprehensive lake and city views, and green space galore.
An explosive overhaul of former factories, wholesale markets, and warehouses transformed the West Loop into a diverse array of reputable eateries, gallery and designer spaces, and converted lofts and condos for singles and families alike.
Peppered with bars and eateries around Wrigley Field, this slice of Lakeview fuels younger crowds as well as “college kids-at-heart.”A lively, pocketed community within the greater Lakeview neighborhood and home to Wrigley Field, Wrigleyville is as dedicated to the lifestyle of twenty-somethings and families as it is to die-hard Cubs fans.
The walkable, narrow streets and historic homes of Old Town give way to a string of high-rises lining the open vistas of lake and parkland. Home to a variety of comedy venues, shops, and a mix of old taverns and modern bars, the tiny neighborhood also packs its fair share of entertainment.
Home to world-renowned cultural attractions, universities, medical facilities, and hotels, Streeterville is also notable for its residential high-rises and close proximity to Lake Michigan. A colorful history and present-day tight-knit community distinguish the Chicago neighborhood for visitors and locals alike.
Once an old manufacturing and warehouse area, River North is now Chicago’s most fashionable and trendsetting neighborhood. Historic architecture is beautifully melded with modern design and amenities, and it’s only steps away to the city’s premier shopping along Michigan Avenue.