Downtown Chicago Shopping
Chicago is known as a premier shopping and fashion destination. With it's many unique areas you are able to find whatever you are looking for. From classic department stores to chic boutiques conveniently located throughout the city, there is something for everyone.
Located just blocks from W Chicago City Center's door, State Street is known for some serious shopping. Home to the original iconic Marshall Field's (now Macy's), is often called "That Great Street" in the heart of the loop.
Bordered by State, Randolph, Dearborn and Washington streets, Block 37 encompasses an entire city block in the heart of Chicago’s downtown Loop. Block 37 features an eclectic mix of shopping, dining and entertainment within a five-story atrium. Today, this once-blighted site shines again as it did years ago. Featuring signature shopping, dining and entertainment in a five-story atrium setting with direct access to the Pedway and CTA subway system, Block 37 proudly takes its place as Chicago's newest downtown landmark.
Perhaps one of the most well known shopping streets in Chicago, the Magnificent Mile spans from the Chicago River to Oak Street along Michigan Avenue. Some of the visitor favorites include: Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Crate and Barrel, Water Tower, American Girl, and Nordstroms. Don't forget the delicious eateries including Bandera, Cheesecake Factory and Grand Luxe Cafe.
Just minutes from the beach, Oak Street shopping provides an upscale experience for the avid shopper. Sitting in the Gold Coast neighborhood, one can find apparel from all the shopping capitals of the world. Paris, Milan, New York and of course Chicago give the street an international flare. Some of the favorites are: Prada, Kate Spade, Nicole Miller and Tory Burch. Rush street is just a few steps away to grab a bite to eat or a cocktail after a long day of shopping.