Lakeshore East Real Estate
The New East Side is a sub-neighborhood also known as Lakeshore East, it encompasses the area from roughly 150 North Randolph to the Chicago River and from Lake Shore Drive to approximately 100 East Michigan Avenue and offers residents both the tranquility of lakefront living and convenient access to the economic hearth of the Downtown Loop. Nestled next to Millennium Park, the 28-acre development, is prime residential real estate that was developed to offer residents the pinnacle of contemporary Downtown Chicago living. Towering over the lake and the Loop, Lakeshore East’s stylish high-rise condos and luxurious condominium complexes have won a multitude of prestigious architectural and design awards.
Lakeshore East Neighborhood Information
Chicago’s Lakeshore East sits only steps away from Michigan Avenue's Magnificent Mile and State Street's shopping and dining, as well as several of Chicago's most famous theatres and museums. However, when residents are craving the calm, they won't have to venture into Chicago's bustling Downtown Loop to find plenty of entertainment and shopping. Village Market houses Mariano's grocery store, Filini contemporary Italian dining, III Forks Steakhouse, MingHin Chinese restaurant, as well as other shops, coffee shops, and a nail salon. The New East Side is also one of the Windy City's most dog friendly neighborhoods and in addition to plenty of green space for everyone, Lakeshore East boasts its own dog park at 450 E. Benton Place.
Lakeshore East Accessibility
Even though it’s within easy walking distance to the heart of downtown Chicago, Lakeshore East has plenty of convenient and proximal transportation options. The Neighborhood is convenient to numerous CTA Bus Routes as well as the Randolph & Wabash L Station, which provides access to most parts of the city, as well as direct access to Midway Airport, via the Brown, Orange, Green, and Pink line L Trains. Millennium Station provides access to the northern, southern, and western suburbs via the Metra trains. Many buildings within Chicago’s New East Side connect to the Pedway, and underground system of walkways frequently used by locals in the wintertime. The Pedway is lined with plenty of restaurants, stores, salons, and after work hangouts. The entrances to Lakeshore Drive and Lower Wacker Drive are both in close proximity as well.