Looking For High-End, Urban Living? Try River North’s Cathedral District


St. James Episcopal Cathedral – Photo By Eric Allix Rogers

So you’ve decided you’re moving to River North.  Even within River North, there are several sub-neighborhoods to consider.  If you’re looking for something that’s pedestrian friendly with tons of shopping and restaurants nearby, then consider the Cathedral District.

Chicago’s Cathedral District is a small community of luxury multifamily high-rises, shops and restaurants on the east side of the city’s River North neighborhood.

The Cathedral District is roughly bounded by Michigan Avenue on the east, LaSalle Street on the West, Ontario Street on the south and Delaware Street on the north. People visiting this slice of the city remember its Gothic architecture, high-end restaurants and eclectic, independent shops. And if you’re looking to buy here? The draws, again, are the mix of sophisticated high-rise residential towers and the nearby shopping, including the shops along Michigan Avenue and in Water Tower Place.

And if you don’t want to drive? You can walk or take public transportation just about anywhere. Continue reading “Looking For High-End, Urban Living? Try River North’s Cathedral District”