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Chicago’s Near Northside is an affluent community comprised of the Streeterville, River North, Old Town and Gold Coast neighborhoods. These four neighborhoods run parallel to Lake Michigan, encompassing Navy Pier, several miles of Chicago’s lakefront jogging and biking path, famed Michigan Avenue and sprawling Lincoln Park. Simply put, living in the Near Northside provides access to the best Chicago has to offer, including many of its most distinguished restaurants, shops, services and, most importantly, some beautiful real estate. Read more about Near North side Chicago Real Estate.
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While each of the neighborhoods that make up Near North Side Chicago real estate offers luxury living, they all have a distinct character represented, if not defined, by their real estate composition.
Streeterville, ripe with high-rises exhibiting the best of modern architecture and design, is something akin to Manhattan. The sky is the limit, literally, since densely packed condominiums soar as high as the eye can see across this section of Near North Side, Chicago.
River North is characterized by a generous number of towering skyscrapers with periodic lofts and mid-rise buildings mixed in. Home to Chicago’s gallery district, art is equally as apparent in River North’s architecture. With masterpieces like the Wrigley Building and Trump Tower punctuating its skyline, the River North area of Near North Side offers a noteworthy blend of classic and cutting-edge.
Old Town, on the other hand, is replete with many Victorian-era homes and brick-paved streets. For its location in the heart of downtown Chicago, its unusually sleepy streets are markedly peaceful, and its lack of high-rise buildings adds to its attractive Old World charm.
As the wealthiest neighborhood in Chicago, the Gold Coast boasts a healthy number of some of Chicago’s most exceptional older private houses. Interspersed amongst these historically significant homes are premium apartment buildings, many of which line Lake Shore Drive. Interestingly, the Gold Coast is not only geographically sandwiched between Streeterville and Old Town but also, real-estate-wise, displays a blend of each of its Near North Side neighbors.
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Listing information last updated on March 28th, 2017 at 8:21pm CDT.