One of the biggest attractions within the Southport Corridor is the landmark Music Box Theater. This historic venue is a combination movie house and film preservation society, not only dedicated to upholding the 1920s era elegance of the Music Box but also preserving important films and giving Chicagoans a place to gather in celebration of classic cinema. Bars on Southport Chicago are commonly catering to the moviegoing crowds that are either awaiting a screening at the neighborhood theater or that have just emerged from a showing at the Music Box. There are numerous other venues located along the Southport Corridor Chicago known for hilarious stage shows and rollicking musical productions. Cabarets and blues clubs also dot this happening stretch in between the beloved Southport Corridor restaurants and bars.
Southport Chicago apartments are never too far away from fantastic shopping options as well. Apartment renters will find that they can take care of their day-to-day grocery needs as well as other shopping forays along the Southport Corridor. Clothing shops ranging from national retailers to small local boutiques abound and so do aestheticians, making Southport Corridor a perfect place for Chicago apartment renters to go for a day of self-care or retail therapy.
If renters need to get to and from Southport Chicago, they have numerous public transit options. The CTA bus routes that operate nearby Southport Corridor include the no. 9 Ashland bus, the no. 22 Clark bus, no. 77 Belmont bus, no. 80 Irving Park bus, and the no. 152 Addison bus. Train commuters can find their way via the CTA Brown line stations at either Paulina or Southport.
Schools in the area include the Fredrich Jahn Public School, Hamilton Elementary School, Hawthorne Scholastic Academy, James G. Blaine Elementary School, John James Audubon Elementary School, Lake View High School, Prairieland Montessori School, Saint Andrew School and Saint Luke Academy.