The Neighborhood

175 East Delaware Place is located on the Magnificent Mile, just steps from Chicago’s famous lakefront, where residents enjoy biking, jogging, walking, and spending time at the beach. The neighborhood is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, museums, shops, theaters, parks, and even a local farmers market. Residents also appreciate the proximity to world-class medical facilities, high-quality schools, and top universities.

Lakefront Trail

175 East Delaware Place is just three blocks from Oak Street Beach and an entrance onto Chicago’s scenic Lakefront Trail, an 18.5-mile path for walking, jogging, skateboarding, and cycling. It’s also home to sun worshipers and volleyball players during warm weather.


175 East Delaware Place is less than a 10-minute walk to three outdoor parks offering something for everyone. Lake Shore Park features an outdoor gym, running track, and tennis courts. Eli M. Schulman Playground offers children a great place to play, while the adjacent Seneca Park provides a quiet place to read or enjoy nature.


Our neighborhood is home to dozens of interesting bars, restaurants, and cafés, ranging from casual eateries to fine dining and offering a wide variety of cuisine. During summer months many of these establishments feature outdoor or rooftop dining.


175 East Delaware Place is a five-minute walk to the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art and the Tony Award–winning Lookingglass Theatre Company. Other major cultural destinations, including the Chicago History Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, and Millennium Park, are a 30-minute walk or easily accessible via public transportation.

Farmers Market

From June through October, the Streeterville Organization of Active Residents (SOAR) organizes a farmers market in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The weekly event draws dozens of vendors offering locally grown fruits and veggies, flowers, baked goods, cooking demonstrations, and local artwork.


Our neighborhood is known worldwide as a shopping destination, with boutiques and more casual stores located within just a few blocks. In addition to the local shops, the 900 N. Michigan Shops and Water Tower Place offer a wide range of retail stores and restaurants.