The Magnificent Mile
With four shopping centers, world renowned boutiques and locally acclaimed designers, Chicago’s Magnificent Mile area is a shoppers paradise.
McCormick Tribune BridgeHouse & Chicago River Museum
Nestled inside the southwest bridge tower on the Michigan Avenue Bridge, the McCormick Tribune Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum tells the story of the Chicago River.
Courtyard by Marriott Magnificent Mile
One of the great places to stay in the city and a CWT prefered Hotel.
165 E. Ontario
Chicago, IL 60611
The Newest Choice Of Magnificent Mile Hotels…
Cyrano’s French Bistrot Wine Bar and Cabaret
Travel to Paris without leaving Chicago! A true Gem!
Fulton’s on The River
Fulton’s on the River, located on the Chicago River with views of Chicago’s downtown loop, offers the best of both worlds as a classic Chicago Seafood and Steak House with an unparalleled devotion to procuring nothing but the best quality ingredients. Exceptional service and an extensive wine and cocktail selection provide a great place to dine, relax and celebrate. visit
Architect Bertrand Goldberg designed Marina City to be a “city within a city". The apartment portion of the complex was completed in 1964. The two towers contained 896 units and a variety of amenities.
In 1977, the building was converted to condominiums.
In late 1994, the commercial portion of the Marina City Complex was sold to a new real estate investor and developer. A $100 million renovation began. In 1996, The House of Blues opened in the former theater building. In 1998, AMF Bowling, Smith and Wollensky, House of Blues Hotel, and Bin 36 all opened. Marina City is a “city within a city". Amenities include the Marina Cleaners, Marina Food & Liquor, Crunch Fitness, 10 Pin Bowling, Chase Bank and several restaurants.
Marina City Online
Here is a link to a great site with all the buzz of what’s going on in the towers.