The Gold Coast is a popular neighborhood for primary residences and second homes. Of all the neighborhoods in downtown Chicago the Gold Coast provides the most tree-lined streets. It also provides quick access to Chicago’s lakefront, Lincoln Park and the Magnificent Mile. Call 773-793-4516 or email us to schedule a showing.
MANSIONS & HOUSES
|$10,000,000 or More||5 or More|
|$5,000,000 - $10,000,000||4|
|$4,000,000 - $5,000,000||3 or Less|
|$3,000,000 - $4,000,000||Square Feet|
|$2,000,000 - $3,000,000||8,000 or More|
|$2,000,000 or Less||6,000 - 8,000|
|5,000 - 6,000|
|5,000 or Less|
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HIGH RISE BUILDINGS
*These are co-op apartment buildings. See Chicago co-op apartments vs. condos for the differences.
Gold Coast homes are some of the most diverse in the city. They includes mansions, houses, condos, brownstones, graystones, townhouses and co-op apartments. There are vintage (pre-war), art deco, mid-century, post-modern and new buildings.
Several blocks have only low rise vintage buildings. More blocks have a combination of vintage buildings and high rises built around the 1960s.
The boundaries of Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood are hotly debated. Some developers market their high-rises well south of Chicago Avenue as being “in the heart of the Gold Coast”. The Gold Coast Neighbors Association uses a map of the Gold Coast Historical District which extends down to Walton Street east of Michigan Avenue, but not west of Michigan Avenue.
We use boundaries that fall between those two. They include Chicago Avenue on the south coming west from Michigan Avenue, Clark Street on the west and North Avenue on the north. Coming down from the north Lake Michigan, East Lake Shore Drive and finally Michigan Avenue comprise the east border.
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