Chicago’s Lakeview is a lively and vibrant community that attracts people with an array of interests from varied backgrounds. With a stretch of shoreline to the east, this neighborhood is Chicago’s second most populated community. The urban commercial growth of businesses like the Belmont Theater District, home to nearly 20 independent companies, in Lakeview resulted in a boom in luxury real estate. In combination with East Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville, Central Lakeview and more, this neighborhood was the first officially recognized gay village in the United States and fostered an inclusive attitude towards the LGBT community. Lakeview is a substantial chamber of commerce and conducive to growing business associations. Major corporations and businesses such as Whole Foods, contribute to the rise in the real estate market with an array of upscale condominiums and mid rise apartments popping up throughout the neighborhood. The working class neighborhood of Wrigleyville, houses architectural gems and brick buildings with rooftop bleachers. Making Lakeview home to some of the most incredible architecture for ample office space with exceptional business amenities.
Chicago Lakeview is an eclectic mix of architecture with a magnificent blend of contemporary and vintage. Find a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, by taking a stroll by the Belmont Harbor which is next to the Kwagulth Totem Pole. You will feel autumn call during the annual pumpkin patch which takes place in the Horner Park, the ultimate venue for ample soccer fields, softball fields, tennis courts and greenery along the walking path. Move on to the commercial districts of Clark Street, Halsted Street and Broadway for a shopping experience of your life while you catch a bite in the dozens of celebrated dining spots set amidst the music jingling from the pubs.