Welcome to Downtown Chicago

Living in Downtown Chicago is one of the best ways to experience everything the city has to offer. This urban paradise is full of rich history and stunning architecture, with its iconic skyline of highrises towering above you and a vibrant culture everywhere you look. There are a variety of neighborhoods to choose from, each with its own distinct character and amenities. From The Loop, Gold Coast, River North, and more, you’ll find that each Downtown community offers a unique and exciting Chicago living experience. 

What to Love

  • Steps away from Chicago’s most iconic sights and destinations

  • A variety of great neighborhoods and buildings to choose from

  • Bustling nightlife all around you, including live music and comedy

  • Access to the best in high-end shopping, fine dining, and more

  • Convenient public transportation for commuting to other parts of the city

People & Lifestyle

Since Downtown Chicago is the city’s major commercial center, most who live in the area also work nearby. But it’s not all about work — the fun, excitement, and convenience of living Downtown are large parts of what makes it such a popular choice. Your home and office are all a quick walk or ride away from all of the city’s best cultural and artistic centers, from world-class bars and restaurants, a nationally famous comedy scene, and live performances all around you, you’ll never find yourself running out of new places to explore with friends. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

It’s no secret that Downtown Chicago is one of the best places for food lovers. Some of the greatest offerings include Tavern on Rush, an upscale steakhouse with nightly DJs and outdoor seating; Gino’s East, a favorite Chicago chain for pizza and more; Chicago Cut, a stylish steakhouse with a river view; and Cindy’s, a hip rooftop bar and eatery with a stunning view of the river. 

Once you’re full, you can explore the endless high-end shopping options that await residents and visitors. One popular choice is The Shops at North Bridge, an indoor mall where you’ll find major retailers like Nordstrom, Peloton, and M.A.C. Cosmetics alongside a wide selection of casual and upscale dining options. Other great shopping destinations include The Shops at Millennium Station and Chicago Landmark Diamond Center.

Things to Do

Downtown Chicago is full of great attractions and events that visitors travel from across the globe to see. One popular destination is the Chicago Riverwalk, where you can walk, ride a bike, enjoy the beauty of the city, and even take a boat or kayak ride on the river. Millennium Park is a must-see spot, not only thanks to being home to the famous Chicago Bean but also for the array of great architectural and sculptural design the area features. The park also hosts free events, concerts, exhibitions, and more for the community. Grant Park is another popular urban park where you’ll find the Art Institute of Chicago, a great place to appreciate and learn about the fine arts, and the Buckingham Fountain, a European-style landmark that always draws crowds. Those are just a few of the great places to spend your weekends exploring, along with other popular areas like Soldier's Field, United Center, and Navy Pier.

Downtown Chicago has long been known as a haven for live performances, from music to comedy to theatre and more. One of the most popular festivals that draws attendees from around the country to Chicago’s Grant Park is Lollapalooza, a four-day festival known for rock, alternative, and hip-hop headliners. You can also attend the annual Jazz Fest and Blues Fest, each of which brings the best performers right to your own neighborhood.

Work With Chad

During the buying or selling process, I am your counselor, guide, and site project manager. This means that I manage every step of the transaction: from attending the inspection, speaking to the attorneys, and personally attending every showing. I handle the negotiation process from beginning to end.