Gold Coast: A Commuters Dream!

This historically luxurious neighborhood on Chicago’s Near North Side hugs the stunning city lakefront and rests cozily between Lincoln Park and River North.

The Gold Coast is a commuter's dream! The neighborhood has an abundance of transportation options with several Red and Brown Line stops, a variety of buses and easy access to Lake Shore Drive.

Nearly overflowing with distinctive single-family homes, elegant high rise buildings, and ample high-end stores and restaurants, it is safe to say GC is an urban paradise. The Gold Coast is home to some of the world's most popular designer boutiques such as Louis Vuitton and Coach, where even the most experienced shopper will find something new and exciting. Luckily, the window-shopping is free and plentiful!

Need a bite to eat? The Gold Coast boasts some of Chicago’s most elegant dining options. Restaurants like the Pump Room (Contemporary American), Pelago (Italian) and the famous Ditka's (Steakhouse) are a foodie's paradise.  You can also find bar and lounge options galore such as Vertigo Sky Lounge which offers a modern vibe as you sip creative cocktails and enjoy the view on the rooftop of the lavish 26th floor Dana Hotel.

Looking for something fun to do in the Gold Coast? This 'hood hosts some of Chicago's most popular events throughout the year. Mid-November, be sure to catch the amazing Magnificent Mile Lights Festival to kick off the holiday season.  From May to October, take a break from the urban life and stop by the Division Street Farmers Market, which offers a variety of quality, locally grown produce.

If the un-paralleled combination of jaw-dropping architecture and non-stop entertainment intrigues you, this is the place to be. Join the Gold Coast neighborhood to experience the finest living Chicago has to offer!

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Posted 02-27-2014 12:18 am by anonymous
This article is spot-on! I have lived in Gold Coast for 7 years and I would never think of moving.


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