There is a vast array of Chicago buildings that form the magnificent architecture of the Chicago skyline. From iconic Chicago skyscrapers to mid-size and classic vintage buildings, these buildings cover the entire footprint of Chicago. Some areas of the city are more associated with skyscrapers than others, and neighborhoods in and around downtown Chicago fit this description. Chicago skyscrapers are most commonly found in Lakeshore East, River North, the South Loop, the Loop, Streeterville and the Gold Coast of Chicago. Although those aren't the only places to find tall buildings in Chicago. Many of these buildings are located along both the northern and southern shore of Lake Michigan, including neighborhoods such as Lincoln Park, Edgewater, Lakeview, Rogers Park, South Shore, Hyde Park, Kenwood and Bronzeville.

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2404-14 W Cortland Apartments
2404-14 W Cortland
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model kitchen, living room and view from Field's Loft Apartments in Chicago
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dining room at Roosevelt Collection Lofts in the South Loop
Roosevelt Collection Loft
The Cooper at the Southbank Apartments
The Cooper at Southbank
5202-5210 S Cornell Apartments
5202-5210 S Cornell
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5339-5345 S. Woodlawn Avenue
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5452 S. Ellis Avenue
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AMLI Deerfield
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AMLI Evanston Apartments
AMLI Evanston
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AMLI 808 Apartments
AMLI 808
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AMLI River North Apartments
AMLI River North
AMLI at Seven Bridges Apartments
AMLI at Seven Bridges
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Arrive South Loop Apartments
Arrive South Loop