Streeterville is a neighborhood in downtown Chicago along Lake Michigan. Bordered by Lake Michigan on the east, Rush Street on the West, East Lake Shore Drive/Oak Street on the north and the Chicago River on the south, it is considered the Gateway to Chicago. Only three quarters of a mile square, Streeterville is home to much of the city’s world-renowned shopping, dining, museums, architecture, music, theatre, and more.
Boasting a premier selection of professional office centers, residential high rises, and glamorous cultural destinations, Streeterville is an excellent place to live, work and play.
Since 2011, Streeterville has been experiencing a steadily growing real estate market. 2015 has been a significant year with new developments occurring across all markets. From apartments to condos, institutions, restaurants, hotels and large-scale infrastructure projects, these developments all have contributed to making Streeterville a more vibrant, diverse and livable place.
As a result of all this new development, the population of Streeterville continues to grow. With nearly 1,000 new units on the market in 2015 and over 2,000 coming in the next two years, Streeterville’s population of 29,000 is expected to grow by 13% over the next 5 years.
This new wave of development mostly occurring on Grand Avenue, Illinois and Ontario Streets is redefining existing corridors in the neighborhood. These corridors are attracting new restaurants, bars, entertainment and shopping area. As a result, more jobs are being created in Streeterville, which will add more commuters to the 65,000 who already come to the area on a daily basis for work.
The Chicago Riverwalk is an exciting addition to the city. It's third and final phase of the project is now complete, and is officially open to the public. Located along the main branch of the Chicago River, the Chicago Riverwalk is an open, pedestrian waterfront walkway and recreational facility spanning from Lake Shore Drive to Franklin Street. The design plans include conceptual ideas for each of the six blocks from State Street west to Lake Street with distinctive identities and purpose, thematically named: The Marina (from State to Dearborn); The Cove (Dearborn to Clark); The River Theater (Clark to LaSalle); The Swimming Hole (LaSalle to Wells); The Jetty (Wells to Franklin) and The Boardwalk (Franklin to Lake). The 1.5 mile long promenade revitalizes this underutilized area of the city with restaurants, cultural activities and amenities and reconnects the Chicago River to the urban fabric of the city.
Sometimes referred to as the “Mag Mile”, Chicago’s upscale shopping on Michigan Avenue running from the Chicago River to Oak Street. Chicago’s great shopping experience attracts visitors from all over the world with its abundance of high-end retail stores, shops, boutiques, restaurants, museums, and hotels.
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