South Loop Dog Parks
Your first dog. Do you remember the feeling you had when you got it? Of course you do. For many of us in Chicago, our love of dogs is a lifelong affair. And as we grow up, we learn to love them as more than just pets. They become part of the family.
One in three people in the United States owns a dog. With nearly 3 million people calling Chicago home that means almost 1 million dogs live within the city area across various neighborhoods and suburbs.
One area in particular that has seen a spike in growth is the South Loop. Home to a variety of luxury apartments, historic museums, and beautiful parks, the South Loop has a surprising amount of wide open spaces and places to explore. That also makes it a perfect home for some of the best dog parks Chicago has to offer.Read More
Chicago's West Loop vs. South Loop - How They Are Different
Chicago, Illinois is one of the most beautiful cities in the country and boasts a rich, industrial history. It is the home of the Chicago hot dog, Giordano’s famous deep-dish pizza, Willis Tower, and, of course, the notorious rivalry between the Cubs and White Sox.
Chicago is a melting pot of so many different cultures escaping persecution, famine, or a place to start fresh. There is something about this great city that always makes it feel like home, even if you never lived there. But, for the lucky people who do live there, they have a plethora of places to choose from in which to settle down.Read More
8 Top Nosh Restaurants in the South Loop
Chicago has some of the best food in the country. This is not an exaggeration. Because of the diversity of Chicago, there is something for everyone. Not only that, the pride the Chicago restaurant owners take in their dishes is extreme and they strive for excellence. The South Loop area is no different in this respect. This area has seen an explosion of delicious restaurants and quite a variety too. Due to the surrounding neighborhoods like Little Italy and Chinatown, some of the most amazing and authentic dishes are just steps away from the Coeval residences. See below for some top “nosh” choices in the South Loop and surrounding neighborhoods.Read More