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Neighborhood Attractions

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Streeterville is well known for its large number of high rises and luxury condo buildings. Streeterville is surrounded by Lake Shore Drive, the Chicago River, Michigan Avenue and Lake Michigan. What's even better is the incredible attractions within walking distance that residents can choose to visit. Take a look at some of them below!  

Navy Pier

One of Chicago’s most popular spots for tourism, Navy Pier attracts approximately 9 million visitors annually making it the top leisure spot in the Midwestern America. The pier encompasses more than fifty acres of parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, family attractions and exhibition facilities. Some attractions on the actual Pier consist of the huge Ferris wheel, the Shakespeare Theater, Chicago’s children

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Ranked one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the world, the Gold Coast has a lot to offer in terms of residences and attractions to visit while touring or residing in the area. Below are 8 attractions that we find very appealing to the average tourist and residence who resides in the Gold Coast.

Charnley-Persky House

This historic house museum is located on 1365 North Astor Street in the Gold Coast neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Designed by Frank Llyod Wright and Louis Sullivan, famous architects, this residence is known to be a very important part of modern American architecture. Visitors can receive guided tours of this masterpiece every Wednesday and Saturday. What’s even better is that admission is FREE on Wednesdays for individuals.

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South Loop is one of Chicago's first residential districts. Its recent development transformed the South Loop back into a residential neighborhood. On top of its recent developments, South Loop has many attractions that makes it worthwhile to visit or live there. Some of the most popular attractions are listed below.

Adler Planetarium

The Adler Planetarium is the first planetarium in the western hemisphere that’s open to the public. Founded by Max Adler, more than 1.2 million people were in attendance during the first two years Adler was open. Visitors can expect to learn more about space science and space exploration. This is a perfect spot for a family outing!

Chicago Women's Park and Gardens

Women have made many contributions to the city

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