- *Bathroom Essentials*Additional notes
- *NO PARTIES ALLOWED - STRICT FINES + EVICTION ENFORCED*
- Self check-in: two bedrooms/two bathrooms
- 2 separate floors; Chromecast to stream on TV
- Minutes from the heart of Old Town & Lincoln Park while being DOWNTOWN CHICAGO
Old Town Highlights:
- Couple blocks from Wells Street, the best strip of bars in the city!
- Once making your way down Well St. You'll land at Second City Comedy Theater - drink & laugh to improv or stand-up where Bill Murray, Steve Carrell and ‘Leslie Knope’ all got their start
- GOAT food: Topo Gigio - best pasta in the city on an old-world outdoor patio (the Conchiglie alla Sarda & Spaghetti con le Polpette are to die for), Fireplace Inn - best sandwich in the city (Ultimate Prime Rib Sandwich) & big @$$ lemonades
- Wells Street is the most fun in Chicago: stand-up comedy @ Zanies & darts or dancing @ Burton Place
- Walk another two blocks from Wells to the entrance of the world-famous Lincoln Park, featuring the Lincoln Park Zoo, huge North Ave Beach (nothing like a beach with the city skyline backdrop); sip on top-notch cocktails and take in the breathtaking views of downtown & the park at the J Parker; as Linkin Park said, “what the he!! are you waiting for….”
- 1.5 miles to The Loop (downtown core & business district): the best parks in the world (where Lollapalooza is hosted) and the bean!
- 12 minute drive to The McCormick Place Convention Center & Soldier Field (Chicago Bears Football)
- Walker’s Paradise with a 94 Walk Score on Zillow: walk or quickly Uber almost anywhere downtown
- 13/14 miles to Midway & O’Hare International Airports
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We are available 24/7! Message or call us at anytime!Neighborhood overview
The Gold Coast Historic District is a historic district in Chicago, Illinois. Part of Chicago's Near North Side community area, it is roughly bounded by North Avenue, Lake Shore Drive, Oak Street, and Clark Street.Getting around
The Gold Coast neighborhood grew in the wake of the Great Chicago Fire. In 1882, millionaire Potter Palmer moved to the area from the Prairie Avenue neighborhood on the city's south side. He filled in a swampy area which later became Lake Shore Drive, and built the Palmer Mansion, a forty-two room castle-like structure designed by Henry Ives Cobb and Charles Sumner Frost. Other wealthy Chicagoans followed Potter into the neighborhood, which became one of the richest in Chicago.
In the late 1980s, the Gold Coast and neighboring Streeterville comprised the second most-affluent neighborhood in the United States, behind Manhattan's Upper East Side. Today, the neighborhood is a mixture of mansions, row houses, and high-rise apartments. Highlights include the Astor Street District and the James Charnley House.
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