Welcome to South Loop
Welcome to Chicago’s South Loop. You’ll find fossils at the field museum, beluga whales at the Shedd Aquarium, and Bears touchdowns at Soldier Field. The stretch near South Loop’s Lakefront is home to many of the city’s treasures.
The Neighbors: Students, artists, professionals, empty nesters, and more life within reach of accessible transportation, world-class attractions, and entertainment.
What to Expect: Protected lake views, architectural wonders, and nonstop public transit.
The Lifestyle: Endless shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities, many with unbeatable views of the park and lake.
Unexpected Appeal: Mellow vibes throughout the community established restaurants, music, clubs, small theaters, and museums.
The Market: From new construction to quirky lofts, the high-rises lining the park pack a variety of housing options.
You’ll Fall in Love With: Convenience and endless attractions.
Cafe chain serving creative breakfast dishes and sandwiches in a cheery, contemporary atmosphere.
Cozy Italian spot serving hearty classics amid upscale tavern environs with a huge carved wood bar.
Eco-minded chain with natural and organic grocery items, housewares, and other products.
Showplace ICON Theater:
Modern theater featuring new films, a cocktail lounge with American fare, and an adults-only area.
Eleven City Diner:
Jewish deli standards and classic American fare in a casual diner setting with a soda fountain.
Little Branch Cafe
: Hip American restaurant and coffeehouse with a full bar in a simple, contemporary space with a patio.
: An installation of 106 headless and armless iron sculptures designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz.
: A natural history museum. One of the largest of such museums in the world.
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