Take a look around, there are many treasures to be seen. Looking for incomparable views?
Meander into Millennium Park where you’ll find The Bean—a beautiful reflection on the downtown you call home.
Pritzker Pavilion is filled with unique art and entertainment.
Crown Fountain in Millennium Park shows the many faces of Chicago.
People fly in to experience Chicago’s famous art, science and natural history museums—but all you have to do is walk a few blocks.
Surround yourself with art and culture.
The renowned Art Institute of Chicago is where the world comes to explore art—and the Adler Planetarium is where they come to explore the universe.
Enjoy thirst-quenching cocktails.
And never-ending views.
Caffeine-fueled beverages are always close at hand.
Delectable dishes are just steps away.
When the shores of Lake Michigan are beckoning, getting your exercise in is a breeze.
Whether you’re pumping your pedals or quickening your stride, exercising around here is absolutely breathtaking.
Buckingham Fountain is a Chicago icon.
Enjoy glorious green spaces.
Grant Park is your neighborhood playground.
Gaze upon scenery you have to see to believe.
Wander over to the Chicago Riverwalk where you can paddle on the lake, people watch from a park bench and be awestruck by the skyline.
Lake Michigan is at your beck and call.
Millennium Park offers acres upon acres of green space.
No wonder Millennium Park is one of Chicago’s most popular attractions.
Michigan Avenue is bustling with people venturing out on the town.
Some of the city’s best shopping is at your doorstep.
Your new address also puts you in the heart of Chicago’s theatre district.
At Essex, you’re central to everywhere you want to be.