Chicago’s Loop can be outlined by the alluring signs and lights that illuminate the theater district, making the city feel alive and vibrant year round with endless Broadway shows and concerts. With the all too familiar attractions of Chicago being right in your front yard like The Bean, Millennium Park, and most prominently the Willis Tower, (formerly Sears Tower as us Chicagoan’s still refer to it). The Loop could easily be referred to as the heart of Chicago. A Chicago lover’s dream with the many activities and endless landmarks to visit. As far as transportation, train stops are conveniently located on almost every corner so much so that every single line runs through the loop. Holidays will feel like a scene from a Christmas movie with State St offering beautiful Thanksgiving and Christmas parades, with street decor and lighting that will make coming home feel joyful to say the least. The aesthetic beauty and nature of Chicago’s River walk will take your breath away no matter the time of year, but the summers outside in the cafes and restaurants lining the River walk are unrivaled. Watching boats stroll down the river, between skyscrapers will be something tourists come to snag pictures of but something you could call home. If you are looking to have the desired feel of living “downtown” in 2nd City, look no further and make The Loop your new home.
Write up credit: Chance Lockhart