Welcome to South Loop. Being close to everything and rich with history—downtown, shopping, culture, and the lake—make the South Loop a splendid place to live or a top place for visitors alike. A gem of the South Loop is Northerly Island — culture and live music are accessible at the Arie Crown Theater, Charter One Pavilion, a 7,500 seat concert venue, and the island is also an urban nature sanctuary with year-round programming and spectacular views.
High-rises of Central Station, Printers Row lofts, and the condos Motor Row Historic District, whereas many as 116 automobile makes were once sold and repaired, are popular areas to live.
Along Roosevelt Road, shops, amenities, and services are plentiful. Through the center of the neighborhood, Michigan Avenue and all it has to offer, from world-class restaurants, bars, clubs, and shopping to casual bites and tourist sites.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The incredible Museum Campus near the lake provides three world-class institutions: the Adler Planetarium, Field Museum of Natural History, and Shedd Aquarium. For architecture buffs, there’s the chance to live near (on in!) the Prairie Avenue Historic District, once the home to Chicago’s Gilded Age elite.
Culture and live music are accessible at the Arie Crown Theater, Charter One Pavilion, a 7,500 seat concert venue at Northerly Island. The island is also an urban nature sanctuary with year-round programming and spectacular views.
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Soldier Field, and the city’s beloved Bears, and the large convention center McCormick Place, are also in the Near South Side.