Streeterville Apartment Living
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Streeterville apartments are considered among the most luxurious in Chicago, and for a good reason. With development continuing, Streeterville is home to many of the new luxury apartments in Chicago. Luxury apartments in Streeterville offer an ideal location for those seeking luxury apartments with convenient access to the Loop, River North, Michigan Avenue, and the lakefront.
Dining in Streeterville
Many comfort food places cater to the professional crowd at the medical campus, so a quick and casual bite is close to most Streeterville apartments. Diners looking for an inviting atmosphere and a family-style meal of traditional Italian food can head to Coco Pazzo on East Ohio Street. There’s Ron of Japan on East Ontario for a bit more flair, where dinner is cooked at the table amid pyrotechnic displays. River North is a short distance away from the best steakhouses in Chicago.
Nightlife in Streeterville
Streeterville apartments will have to cede the nightlife crown to neighboring River North. But Streeterville isn’t without its bona fide bars. The one with the best view is Green River, where craft cocktails combine with a straightforward menu of Midwestern classics to offer an elevated drinking and dining experience in its lofty perch atop the Loews Hotel. For more fun, check out FTW, the massive arcade bar that’s good for group celebrations.
Coffee in Streeterville
Streeterville apartment renters have many professionals who are branching out from the medical campus or office buildings in search of a good cup of coffee. Locals might prefer Dollop over the several Starbucks locations for a bit of caffeine to get their day started. For those who want a delectable bit of fried dough with their cup of joe, Stan’s Donuts is a trusty standby.
Neighborhood Quirks in Streeterville
The neighborhood owes its name to George Wellington “Cap” Streeter, a man who might be called “enterprising” in contemporary lingo...but in his time during the late-19th and early-20th century, he might have been called a straight-up hustler.