Find a vibrant and diverse community when you search Lakeview real estate. The area has several distinct neighborhoods, each with its own character. One of the major landmarks in Lakeview is Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. A piece of Lincoln Park is located in Lakeview. Residents enjoy walking or jogging on Lakefront Trail, which winds along the shores of Lake Michigan. There’s a golf course and driving range, tennis courts, boat harbor, bird sanctuary, and grassy fields, perfect for playing, picnicking, and relaxing in the sun. Commuters appreciate the six L stations, as well as the many bus lines that run through the neighborhood.
Lakeview real estate is as diverse as the neighborhood’s population. There are gorgeous historic mansions which have been meticulously maintained, alongside sleek modern single family homes. You’ll find condo buildings in converted churches, as well as beautiful new and historic brick buildings. There are high rises with a modernist aesthetic, too. Many condo buildings have great amenities, including a fitness room, indoor pool, roof terrace, and concierge.
Residents and visitors alike relish the great shopping and dining available in Lakeview Chicago. You can find everything from vintage clothing to designer brands. Luxuriate in a four-star restaurant’s haute cuisine or head to a dive bar for great drinks and classic pub fare. Lakeview is also known for its many theatre venues. In fact, Belmont Theatre District has 20 independent theatre companies. The area also hosts many special events. Part of the route of the Chicago Marathon goes through the eastern part of the neighborhood. In September, there’s the Lakeview East Festival of the Arts, where over 150 artists exhibit their work. The community also gets together for fun holiday celebrations, including and Easter egg hunt and Halloween costume contest.
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