Tucked away in its own little corner of Chicago, Lakeshore East is located in the northeastern section of the Loop. Bordered by East Randolph Street on the south, Lakeshore Drive on the East, Wacker Drive on the north, and Columbus Drive on the west, Lakeshore East is the perfect location for everything Chicago.
Buildings surround the Lakeshore East Park, which boasts plenty of green space. The entire park is dog-friendly, with one section being a dog park where you can let your dogs off their leash. There are fountains and in spring, summer, and fall seasons, movies are shown in the park. Grab a blanket and lawn chairs with your favorite picnic dinner. Your family will love the many events at the Lakeshore East Park. Upon its completion, the park was given Chicago’s Best New Open Space Award by the Friends of Downtown and was awarded the Best New Park in Chicago by Chicago magazine.
Lakeshore East is home to the Village Market Center, which houses Mariano’s, so grocery shopping is right outside your front door. Several of the buildings in Lakeshore East are some of the tallest in Chicago. The Pedway System travels through much of Lakeshore East, and public transportation makes its way, mostly on the outskirts. Millennium Park, Lake Michigan, Michigan Avenue, Grant Park, and the Chicago River are all within walking distance to this beautiful neighborhood.
At CPG Chicago Compass, we connect you with the best in Chicago’s Lakeshore East apartments for rent. Totally free to prospective tenants, our services give you access to a vast number of available apartments and condos in the downtown area. When you choose one of these apartments for rent, you’ll live only minutes from Grant Park, where you’ll find the Buckingham Fountain; the Art Institute of Chicago; and Millennium Park, home of the Cloud Gate sculpture popularly known as “The Bean.” There are all kinds of outdoor activities available, as well as large music festivals and free concerts in the park.
CPG Chicago Compass searches out the best buildings and rental units in Lakeshore East to offer our prospects — so when you’re hunting for a new home in this area, count on us to simplify your search. What all our rentals have in common is a great location and wonderful amenities. From the older, recently renovated, North Harbor Tower (1988), to the high-rise Aqua apartment building on Columbus, each location is loaded with benefits. Enjoy modern finishes, great views and amenities, and even shuttle services. To learn more about the specific rentals we offer, come shop our selection of apartments in Chicago’s Lakeshore East.
Whatever your dining desires, Lakeshore East aims to please. Have a 28-day wet-aged bone-in ribeye at III Forks. For Italian cuisine, dine at Filini in the beautiful Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel. Mariano’s Fresh Market offers such delicacies as handmade fudge and homemade pizzas. For brunch, Eggy’s fits the bill, offering diner-style breakfasts.
The Village Market Center houses many services, putting those services within walking distance to residents living in Lakeshore East. Mariano’s Fresh Market, in the center, teams up with restaurants, a nail salon, a chiropractor, a salon, and much, much more. Take a look at Lakeshore East for your next home experience.