Welcome to the Gold Coast
Stately and upscale living
Its shoreline dotted with luxury high rises and its leafy side streets lined with legendary mansions and elegant row houses, the world-renowned Gold Coast is home to influence and affluence. Whether you find a row house surrounded by a landscaped yard and dignified wrought-iron fence, or live in luxury high-rise overlooking the city, you will be proud to call the Gold Coast your home.
Shop for high-end designer clothes on Oak Street, stop for lunch at a refined bistro or indulge at a Michelin-starred restaurant. Make sure to soak up the high-energy nightlife on Rush Street at night.
Public transportation is easy: the Red Line trains run north-south through the Gold Coast. There are also many buses, which traverse the neighborhood.
Perfect for those who want to live in the most esteemed neighborhood in the city and for those wishing to live adjacent to downtown and the Lake.
Highly rated public and private schools, including the Latin School, Ogden International School, and Payton College Preparatory High School
Gold Coast is located directly west of Lake Michigan, north of Oak Street (1000 North), east of Clark Street (100 West), and south of North Avenue (1600 N).
Types of residential housing:
- Vintage and contemporary multi-family apartment buildings, including mid-rises and high-rises
- Single-family homes, townhomes, and rowhouses
The Gold Coast is serviced by the CTA Red Line and many buses. You can also hop in the car and take Lake Shore Drive to the Loop and beyond.
Schools in the Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is home to a number of outstanding public and private elementary schools and high schools, including the Latin School, the Walter Payton College Preparatory High School, and the Ogden International Elementary School.
Attractions , landmarks, and things to do
The dozens of mansions on Astor Street and Lake Shore Drive are architectural and artistic achievements in their own right. The famous Oak Street Beach is along Lake Michigan within the neighborhood's borders.
Close by to...
- Lincoln Park with 1,200 acres of green space including a zoo, harbor, walking trails, a golf course, and other athletic facilities extends to the north
- Excellent shopping on the Michigan Avenue's Magnificent Mile to the south
- Pleasant Old Town, home to famous comedy club The Second City lies to the west