10 Rooms, Incredible Views in Chicago
If you’re looking for a room with an incredible view, we’ve got you covered. We’ve searched far and wide across the city, curating the perfect list for you. Below you’ll find 10 of the hottest spots in the city, currently up for sale. Cheers to sunsets and waterfronts.
What’s this view to offer? How about Navy Pier Fireworks and the smell of blood, sweat, and tears at Soldier Field, overlooking the Field Museum as well.
Priceless views over North Avenue Beach and a fleet of cars, pushing along Lake Shore Drive. You can also expect picturesque sunsets.
Plenty of windows, plenty of sunlight—this a one-of-a-kind luxury Lake Shore Drive condo overlooking the popular Oak St. Beach. Over yonder, Navy Pier can be seen around the S-Curve.
Step onto your private balcony and catch the captivating views over Grant Park, the Loop and Soldiers Field. Did we mention the gleams off Lake Michigan?
Here’s not just another eye-catching wonder, featuring pentrating, unobstructed views of Lake Michigan, as well as Burnham Harbor, and the city; You’ll also be able to catch these views from the windows of every room and your private balcony.
With a balcony you can grill on over waves rushing into the sandy Oak Street Beach, and the perfect seat to the annual Air and Water Show, 1212 N. Lake Shore Dr. gives as bout as much as you could ask for in a view. See parts of the magnificent Chicago skyline light-up at night from the Drake Hotel to the John Hancock building.
In this mid-century building on Lake Shore Drive, you’ll be paying for jetliner views of Lake Michigan, Montrose Harbor, and parks from the 17 wraparound windows. A rooftop offers even more awe-inspiring sights from the neighborhood.
Beautiful views of boats and sailing on Lake Michigan, undoubtedly. Doesn’t hurt that the views from inside match up quite well with the outside.
This modern beauty seems like one mammoth, glass capsule, and its large, private balcony overlooks Lake Shore East Park as well as the city skyline.
10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows make it difficult to hide from the sun. But one thing you won’t be escaping is the peaceful views of the river. This apartment sells for just under a half-million dollars.