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One of the few flats in the neighborhood.
Exposed brick interior.
Patio outdoor deck.
View of the City, including Willis Tower.
Our unit has everything you need for a perfect vacation!
A fully furnished kitchen complete with everything you need to cook an expansive meal or sit back a relax with a glass of wine.
Brand new kitchen appliances; fridge/freezer combo, convection oven reaching temperatures up to 550 degrees, a microwave oven for quick convenient meals, and a toaster oven perfect for a morning bagel.
High-chair available for your little one!
Giant granite countertop.
Two Bedrooms each complete with sizable closets.
The third "bed" is a queen air bed.
1 Pack 'N Play is available.
Two Full Size Bathrooms.
A washer and dryer set complete with detergent, softener and dryer sheets.
River North is an lively and fantastic neighborhood to explore when you are in Chicago. A stylish urban neighborhood that borders the Magnificent Mile and is just across the bridge from the Loop, River North is the go-to district for those who appreciate fine art and design.
And for those who appreciate fine dining and drinks, the momentum behind the latest trendsetting openings continues to build and the late night energy swells. Magnificent mile and gold coast chic stores are in walking distance if you would like to have the best shopping experience in Chicago.
River North got its start as an industrial area and later became a warehouse district. When the warehouses closed down in the 1970’s the large, empty buildings attracted various artists and writers looking for loft and studio space, thus creating a neighborhood that was artistic but also struggling.
Such was the River North neighborhood 30 years ago. Since then, however, River North has completely transformed from this simple beginning. It is now a chic, cultural hub filled with art galleries, antique stores, boutiques and of course urban professionals. Boasting Chicago’s highest concentration of restaurants, this small neighborhood has become a favorite destination for locals and tourists alike.
River North is aptly named; it lies north of the Loop, west of famed Michigan Avenue and south of Chicago Avenue, with the Chicago River as its boundary on the south and the west.
River North is an excellent destination for a day of antiquing. There are almost 20 separate antique stores or warehouses, each boasting an impressive inventory of antique furniture, paintings, prints and objects d’art. Try Cosulich Interiors & Antiques for European antiques, paintings, chandeliers and accessories from the 16th through 20th centuries and Christa’s Antiques for fine antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries.
There are furniture stores as well in River North; most of them are specialty stores, focusing on one aspect of home décor such as lighting, wooden furniture, beds, linens, etc. Some stores include The Ambiente Collection, Hastens Bed Shop and Luminaire.
The Merchandise Mart and the Apparel Center are havens for women’s and men’s fashion; there are also small independent boutiques such as En Vain, Clever Alice and Henry Beguelin that sell upscale apparel for men and women.
River North Restaurants
River North is filled with over 100 restaurants, in all genres of food, including American, Brazilian, Chinese, French, Indian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Spanish, Thai and even Vegetarian. Some of these are one of a kind restaurants that one can only find in Chicago, such as the Rockbottom Brewery, Ben Pao, Klay Oven (a South Indian restaurant), Chicago’s own Harry Caray’s Restaurant and House of Blues.
Some well known chain restaurants that are popular are Ed Debevic’s, Hard Rock Café and Rainforest Café. There are several bars and clubs in the area as well, including the Blue Frog Bar and Grill and O’Leary’s Public House, named for the owner of the infamous cow. (This cow has become a legendary culprit, blamed for knocking over a lantern and thus causing the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.)
River North is home to one of the country’s largest collection of galleries, second only to New York. There are over 100 art galleries in this small neighborhood! In fact, the area is becoming known as SuHu, since most of the neighborhood’s galleries are located on or near Superior and Huron streets.
These art galleries are in fact distinct from one another; their owners are passionate about entirely different types and methods of art. The Alan Koppel Gallery features contemporary international artists, while the Kenneth Probst Gallery shows American and European Impressionist paintings. The ZG Gallery hosts group shows that touch upon a variety of themes (some past themes have included the use of color in contemporary abstract painting and the recuperative power of nature). Primitive Art Works features Tribal and Ethnic Artwork. The Bianca Pilat Gallery of Contemporary Art hosts large-scale prints and the Maya-Polsky Gallery hosts sculpture. Portals, Ltd is a unique gallery that features realist paintings, antique furniture and decorative arts; it is devoted to art lovers and collectors.
At River North you can find all the art in the world; you can also find the supplies to create your own. There are several shops in the area for art supplies and art paraphernalia.
Best River North Chicago Hotels
River North is one of the best areas in Chicago to book a hotel. This area is in the heart of downtown Chicago and within walking distance to a variety of the best Chicago attractions including the Magnificent Mile. Home to Chicago hotels such as the Trump Hotel, Hotel Felix and Sax Chicago Hotel, the best River North Chicago Hotels have it all.
The best River North Chicago hotels have state-of-the-art fitness centers that allow you to keep up your healthy regimen and popular on-site dining options to satisfy appetites. In addition, there are plenty of top Chicago dining and restaurants close to the best River North Chicago hotels. Visit the Art Institute of Chicago and other top places to see in Chicago while you're in the area. River North is also called "SuHu" because of its second place ranking only behind New York City for the largest number of art galleries.
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