Set against the picturesque lakefront, DeWitt Place provides guests with the tranquility of a quite, tree-lined neighborhood
atmosphere and the convenience and excitement of being just steps from the Magnificent Mile, the Loop, Millennium Park and the
city's most popular shopping, dining, nightlife, cultural and sightseeing opportunities.
Chicago has established itself as one of the world's premier destinations for shopping and living at DeWitt Place puts our guests
right in the center of the city's best shopping. Visitors can browse the hundreds of stores that are located along the fabled stretch
of Michigan Avenue known as the Magnificent Mile, shop at Water Tower Place, an indoor mall with a stunning eight-level atrium
and more than 100 shops, or visit Oak Street, which is known for its world famous boutiques, galleries and designer stores.
When it comes to dining, guests at DeWitt Place have a myriad of options from which to select. There are numerous, highly-rated
and some world renowned restaurants located right in the neighborhood, including many of Chicago's most popular steakhouses. Chicago-style pizza is a favorite among visitors to the city and there are several nearby pizzerias that will delight your taste buds.
Chicago nightlife offers something for everyone—dance clubs, sports bars, pubs, comedy clubs, concerts, and drama and musical
performances. The Gold Coast neighborhood is home to the Rush & Division Streets Entertainment District where many popular
nightclubs and pubs are located. For music lovers interested in checking out Chicago's thriving music scene, there is an array of
jazz and blues clubs. The city also boasts the world-class Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Lyric Opera. Broadway in Chicago,
The Steppenwolf, Schubert and Goodman theatres are a sure bet for theatergoers.
Chicago 's Museum Campus is located south of DeWitt Place along the lakefront. Opened in June 1998 with the goal to be
recognized as one of the most innovative, cultural playgrounds in the country, the Campus connects three of the city's cultural
institutions: the Adler Planetarium, the Field Museum and the John G. Shedd Aquarium. Other cultural icons are the Art Institute of
Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
As one of the world's great cities, Chicago provides many magnificent points of interest for sightseeing. Navy Pier, the city's top
tourist destination, are located just blocks away and offers more than 50 acres of parks, promenades, gardens, shops, restaurants and
attractions. Easily assessable from DeWitt Place. Millennium Park, Chicago's most spectacular new venue, features the work of
world-renown architects, artists and designers. Located just one block from DeWitt Place, The John Hancock Center's observatory
on the 94th floor provides breathtaking views of the city. On clear days, visitors can see 50 miles in every
direction, as far away as Wisconsin , Indiana, and Michigan. Oak Street Beach, a popular summertime oasis, is just a short stroll
from DeWitt Place and is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, picnics, volleyball and some of Chicago's best people watching. Outdoor
enthusiasts will enjoy the 28 miles of path that welcomes bikers, runners, skaters and strollers.