July 2019

Found 4 blog entries for July 2019.

Living in downtown Chicago during the summer can be one of the most amazing times of the year for dog owners. After all, the weather is just about perfect, the parks and trails are open, and almost every restaurant with a patio welcomes your canine friend with open arms.

Speaking of parks and trails, the Lakeshore Drive path is quite dog-friendly, and so are many of Chicago's beaches. And there are plenty of dog parks as well, making this city perhaps the ideal place to have a pup in the Midwest.

Dog-friendly real estate options in Chicago include the buildings at Lakeshore East. Not only is the Park at Lakeshore East dog-friendly (with a dog park of its own!), there are many spots around the downtown area to walk your dog or have a meal,

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There are so many reasons to love living in Chicago, but there is perhaps nothing more glorious than living in the city in the summer. Here are our top six reasons why we love the Windy City in the warmer months.

1. Baseball isn't just about the games themselves. and we take our ballpark experience seriously. Whether you are a Cubs or White Sox fan, you can enjoy seeing one of your favorite teams in amazing ballparks. Wrigley and Comiskey Park (we refuse to call it U.S. Cellular Field) are both amazing.

2. Outdoor movies - Chicago does this incredibly well and there are plenty of places where "Movies In the Park" happen, most of which are centered around downtown but you can see classic films in many parks and places around the city as well.

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One of the best aspects of living in downtown Chicago is having world class theater, comedy clubs, museums, art galleries, music venues and concert halls, and more literally right around the corner or down the street. Not to mention the stunning architecture that makes every view and angle uniquely interesting!

Combined that with all of the amazing universities and creative communities in Chicago, and you're spoiled for choice when it comes to the arts and all the cultural experiences that are possible without leaving the Windy City limits.

Interested in new works by emerging artists? There are trendy galleries in neighborhoods like Wicker Park, Andersonville, Logan Square, Pilsen, and Hyde Park. More established national and international

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If you're interested in Chicago real estate, there's no doubt that uou've seen her work. But have you really gotten to know the woman behind some of the city's most amazing buildings? Meet Jeanne Gang, who's been interviewed by a number of publications including the Architectural Record interview that lets you see the mind behind the skyline.

From towers like Aqua and the upcoming Vista in Chicago to buildings in locations that run the gamut from Brooklyn, New York's Natural History Museum, and San Francisco to Brasilia and Dubai, she's putting her mark on the world. When you live in a Jeanne Gang building, you're living in a piece of history.

We thought what she said about Aqua was particularly interesting for Chicago real estate seekers and

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