600 North Lake Shore Drive
600 North Lake Shore Drive
Gold Coast, Near North Side, Central Chicago, Chicago
This beautiful upscale home is in perfect condition with new paint throughout. Enjoy northeast views of Ohio Street Beach and the Playpen, as well as a western exposure to the City. The distinctive wide-plank wood flooring in the entry foyer, spacious layout, and adjacent dining area exude warmth. The crown molding, custom lighting, and private balcony, accessible from both bedroom and living area, round out the tasteful offerings of this elegant home. Amazing, versatile kitchen with stainless appliances, granite countertops, pendant lighting, and an eat-in bar is great for the home chef or the much-envied host. Enjoy the relaxing master suite with private balcony and bath with dual vanities, glass-surround walk-in shower, soaking tub, and large walk-in closet. Ultra-modern and attractive amenities including a state-of-the-art gym, media room, dual rooftop party venues, outside grilling space, multiple fire pits and more. Come home to premier lakeshore living at its very finest.
The manager has listed the unit size as 1000 square feet.
Nearby Public Transportation
0.67 mi at Grand (521 N. State Street)
0.83 mi at Randolph/Wabash (151 N. Wabash Avenue)
0.96 mi at Clark/Lake (100 W. Lake Street)
The Property / Area (Gold Coast)
The 600 North Lake Shore Drive building is located in Gold Coast, Near North Side, Central Chicago, Chicago.
As you head south on Chicago's iconic Lake Shore Drive, a light
becomes more visible. The sign belonging to a Gold Coast landmark,
The Drake Hotel, shines a bright pink, just as it has for the last
70 years. The facade of this luxury hotel exudes the same glamour
you'll find throughout the Gold Coast Historic District: mansions,
beautiful apartments, boutique shops, and dealerships selling
Lamborghini, Bugatti, and other dream cars.
After the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 the region's evolution
began. It would go from scarcely populated and swampy to a
stronghold of wealth. Originally "The Astor Street District", it
took its name from one of the richest citizens in the history of
the US, John Jacob Astor. The name projected an air of wealth,
although he didn't actually live in Chicago. When a section of Lake
Shore Drive opened in 1875, wealthy families began to take notice
of the neighborhood.
Potter Palmer, a businessman and early resident of the area, saw…
Gold Coast Apartments, Near North Side Apartments
The area has a number of food options, including Lucky Strike - Chicago, Bandera, and Wave. These are located within 782 yards. Current and Flamingo Bar & Grill are some of the restaurants in the area.