545 North McClurg Court

545 North McClurg Court

Chicago, Illinois, 60611

The 545 North McClurg Court building is located in Gold Coast, Near North Side, Central Chicago, Chicago.

7-eleven is only 108 yards away. A number of shops (including Target) can be found around here. The area has a number of food options, including Yolk - Streeterville, Urban Crosta Pizzeria, and Subway®restaurants. These are located within 53 yards. D4 Irish Pub & Cafe and Flamingo Bar & Grill are some of the restaurants in the area.
Features & Amenities
Feature Dishwasher
Feature Cats Allowed
Feature Dogs Allowed
Feature Fitness Center
Feature Laundry in Building
Feature Doorman
Feature Elevator
Feature Swimming Pool
Feature Roof Deck
Feature Laundry in Unit
Feature High Speed Internet
Feature Wheelchair Access
Feature New Construction
Beds Baths Unit Price Posted Sqft
Studio 1 Bath $1,766 29 weeks ago 506
Studio 1 Bath STUDIO $1,816 4 days ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath CONVERTIBLE $1,958 2 days ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 1/1 $1,971 2 days ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath $2,320 22 weeks ago 710
2 Beds 2 Bath 2/2 $3,508 1 week ago   -
2 Beds 2 Bath $3,918 29 weeks ago 1,196
3 Beds 3 Bath $7,965 29 weeks ago 1,768
3 Beds 3 Bath 3/3 $8,071 21 hours ago   -
Nearby Transportation
0.54 mi at Grand (521 N. State Street)
0.69 mi at State/Lake (200 N. State Street)
0.82 mi at Clark/Lake (100 W. Lake Street)
0.87 mi at Washington (19 N. Dearborn Street)
0.87 mi at Merchandise Mart (350 N. Wells Street)
The Area (Gold Coast Apartments for Rent)
About the Gold Coast

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…

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