Relocating to Chicago
Moving to the Windy City? We've got you covered!
A thriving metropolis that’s filled with big business, a broad skyline, and a blend of cultures that can only be matched by a handful of cities in the entire country, Chicago is a world-class city that has a lot to offer anybody who calls it home. Whether you’re relocating to Chicago for a job or simply for a change of scenery, we’re here to make your move as easy and efficient as possible. But before you begin your home or condo search, here’s a quick look at our insider’s guide to living in the Windy City.
Chicago’s many neighborhoods and communities all bond together to help make the Windy City one of the most unique cities in the world. In all, Chicago features 77 officially designated neighborhoods, but many also include a number of smaller individual neighborhoods within that help give each location its own unique personality. To begin searching available homes and condo in some of Chicago's most sought-after locations, click on your desired neighborhood below!
Browse Some of Chicago's Hottest Neighborhoods
If there’s one thing about living in Chicago, there’s certainly no shortage of things to do. The Oak Street Shopping District and the Magnificent Mile feature an impressive collection of luxury retailers, not to mention some of the hottest restaurants in town. And speaking of dining, if you’re somebody who considers yourself a true foodie, don’t forget to swing over to Restaurant Row over in the West Loop, which has now become the mecca of Chicago’s upscale restaurant scene.
Museums and cultural attractions are also something we’re not short on here in the Windy City. From the famed Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium over on the lakefront to the fabulous Museum of Contemporary Art in Streeterville, it’s hard not to be impressed with all the word-class museums, art galleries, and other cultural destinations that we sometimes take for granted as residents of Chicago. And if you think the list stops there, think again. For a closer look at just some of the other museums and attractions you’ll find around downtown Chicago, check out the links featured below:
- Field Museum - 1400 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Museum of Science & Industry - 5700 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Museum of Contemporary Art - 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Adler Planetarium - 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Art Institute of Chicago - 111 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Dusable Museum of African American History - 740 E 56th Pl, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum - 2430 N Cannon Dr, Chicago, IL | WEBSITE
- Oak Street Beach | WEBSITE
- Navy Pier | WEBSITE
- Millennium Park | WEBSITE
- Jay Pritzker Pavillion | WEBSITE
- Buckingham Fountain/Grant Park | WEBSITE
Chicago Sports Teams
- Chicago Cubs | WEBSITE
- Chicago White Sox | WEBSITE
- Chicago Bears | WEBSITE
- Chicago Blackhawks | WEBSITE
- Chicago Bulls | WEBSITE
- Chicago Fire | WEBSITE
The Real Estate
As you might expect, the Chicago real estate market has it all. From luxury high-rise condos with jaw-dropping views to single-family homes of all shapes and sizes just about all over town. If you’re looking for the ultimate urban living experience, the West Loop, South Loop, and River North all have dozens of authentic loft conversions that may just fit all your needs and wants. Or if the high-rise lifestyle is more your speed, neighborhoods like Streeterville, The Loop, and The New Eastside are a great place to narrow down your search. The Gold Coast is also a great spot for a high-rise condo or apartment on the lakefront, or if you’re somebody who appreciates vintage architecture. When it comes to housing in Chicago, the possibilities truly are endless, so to begin your quest to find the perfect new home, check out some of the more popular search options for home buyers looking to relocate to Chicago, or simply give us a call for help with your search today!
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