Apartments in Lakeview and South Loop | The Enterprise Companies


Lakeview is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Chicago. Celebrating diversity ­ it has something for everyone! Anchored by beautiful stretches of shoreline to its east, Lakeview is a highly walkable neighborhood with tree-lined streets, great architecture, and an endless array of shopping, restaurant and entertainment afoot.

The sprawling lakefront offers scenic fitness trails for walking, jogging and biking. Additionally, there are a whole host of amenities including golf, driving ranges, boat harbors, a bird sanctuary, tennis courts and grassy playing fields that are perfect for picnics or just soaking up the sun. Lakeview¹s bustling commercial districts feature the best variety of live entertainment, pubs, restaurants and shops of any major metropolitan area in the entire United States. If you can¹t find what you are looking for in Lakeview, ask a neighbor ­ – they will know!

Along with these features, Lakeview is also accessible by multiple bus and train lines and is only minutes from the Loop and the highway system, which connects you to everything.

If you are looking for an incredible place to call home, Lakeview should be at the top of your list.

South Loop

Chicago’s fastest growing and trendiest neighborhood, the South Loop has it all – a glorious stretch of lakefront, a world-famous park, world-class architecture and some of the city’s best shopping and dining.

Above all, the South Loop is known for being home to the Museum Campus featuring four of Chicago’s most treasured lakefront venues – Shedd Aquarium, The Field Museum, the Adler Planetarium and, of course, Soldier Field – home of the mighty Chicago Bears! These iconic Chicago venues are bordered by miles of lakefront walking and jogging paths that can easily make the most stressful day soon forgotten.

Grant Park is Chicago’s most famous park and every bit a part of the South Loop. Home to the city’s endless schedule of festivals and fairs, it is also a popular place to picnic, fly a kite, bike, play tennis or simply nap away an afternoon.

From local grocers to a plethora of shops offering shoes, jewelry, haute couture and accessories, the South Loop has it all. And between all the shopping you can relax at some of the city’s most contemporary culinary establishments including many award-winning cafes and eateries. Rounding out the many amenities of the South Loop is its proximity to downtown Chicago, the central business district and expressway system.

So, whether it’s work or play, the South Loop’s an excellent neighborhood to call home.