Lakeshore East is a brand new community located in the northeast corner of downtown Chicago, just south of Streeterville. Residents enjoy modern, top-of-the-line luxury apartments . As an added bonus, the area is wrapped by Lake Michigan, the Chicago River, and Millennium Park, allowing residents to enjoy some of the most stunning views in Chicago. Those who call Lakeshore East home enjoy an easy walk to work in the central business district, along with close proximity to the Art Institute and Michigan Avenue’s shopping and dining. The area is popular with up-and-coming professionals and students from the city’s top graduate schools. Other bonuses include an onsite six-acre botanical park and a brand new shopping center.
Lakeshore East is filled with a collection of fantastic condos and luxury apartment rentals, many of them less than 5 years old. High-end finishes like granite, stainless steel appliances with gas cooking, and spa-like bathrooms provide a sense of calm in the midst of the city (Have you seen Aqua yet?). With the combination of numerous high-end properties and luxury apartments, superb location, and outstanding amenities, Lakeshore East is a great choice for high-rise living with a beautiful lake view.
The surrounding parks, lakefront, and shopping makes this an ideal location for who want to spend a lot of time outdoors, while still having high-rise living. Furthermore, the community is perfect for the pet owner -- with a majority of extremely dog-friendly buildings, and the central park has a fantastic and secluded dog park. With its proximity to many prominent employers and the top graduate programs in the country, the location is perfect for a variety of professionals. If living in a luxury high-rise apartment along the lake is what you want, chances are Lakeshore East is perfect for you.
Lakeshore East’s proximity to the Loop, River North, and Streeterville means that a car is not necessary to get to many of the city’s most popular destinations. The neighborhood is aided by great access to trains and buses. With the Red, Brown, and Purple Lines at the corner of State St. and Lake St. and the Blue Line (O’Hare Airport) at the corner of Clark St. and Lake St., residents can make it anywhere in the city for just over two dollars. The area is also surrounded by numerous bus lines, most notably the express ones on Michigan Ave.
Lakeshore East has a great variety of restaurants, mixing the Loop’s extraordinary amount of fast-casual restaurants with a smattering of high-end restaurants. Shop at Marianos or dine at Eggy's (an amazing diner) and filini (exquisite Italian). The Pedway (perfect for the wintertime) connects Aqua, the park, and Michigan Avenue with many other office buildings and hotels.
Lakeshore East borders three of Chicago’s biggest attractions; the Theater District to the West, Navy Pier to the East, and Millennium Park to the South. Millennium Park plays host to outdoor concerts in the beautiful Pritzker Pavilion during the summer season, along with the world famous Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago’s thriving music scene is home to big name concerts such as Lollapalooza and soul-stirring performances by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Lyric Opera of Chicago, while popular local venues for blues, jazz, rock, hip-hop, and more are packed nightly. During the winter, locals and tourists alike pack the Millennium Park ice skating rinks for a romantic evening under the stars.