Randolph Tower City
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Nestled along the edge of The Chicago Loop and famous River North neighborhood, the historic Randolph City Tower Apartments offers the comforts of home paired with the indulgences of lavish urban living. Only minutes away from the CTA, bus and pedway systems, and custom taxi services, Randolph Towers has been hailed as the most conveniently located apartments in Chicago Loop. Close proximity to the Theater District, Magnificent Mile, and Oak Street Beach also make The Randolph the elite in River North, Chicago apartments. While location is key, this 45-story-high skyscraper has also been completely renovated to provide renters with every amenity imaginable including a 24-hour fitness center, indoor SkyClub with gourmet kitchen and theater, and Olympic-sized swimming pool with waterfall. Additionally, each of The Randolph's apartment homes feature wood flooring, extravagant master suites with oversized walk-through closets, spacious bathrooms with 36-inch soaking tubs, and sleek-styled kitchens. Randolph City Tower Apartments is the only choice for renters looking to experience the excitement of Chicago's urban lifestyle while taking pleasure in the comforts of the city's most luxurious high-rise apartments.
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Awe-inspiring skycrapers, world-class cuisine, rocking festivals – the Windy City will blow you away with low-key culture and awesomeness. High-flying architecture is everywhere, from the glass-floored Willis Tower to the swooping silver Pritzer Pavilion to Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House. Whimsical public art studs the streets; walk along and encounter an abstract Picasso statue that's not only great to look at, but the public can even climb on it. For art museums, take your pick: there's the massive Art Institute, psychedelic paintings at the Museum of Mexican Art or outsider drawings at the Intuit gallery.
Chicago knows how to rock a festival-between March and September it throws around 200. Blues Fest brings nearly half a million people to Grant Park, all for free. During the Lollapalooza mega-party, rock bands thrash to an audience in arm-flailing frenzy. Smaller street fests take place in the neighborhoods each weekend – though some rival downtown for star power on their stages.
Chicago is a big-time sports town, with a pro team for every season. Watching a game is a local must, whether you slather on tbody paint for a Bears game, join the crowd in Wrigley Field, or hit a neighborhood tavern for whatever's on TV. Should you crave more activity, the city's 24 beaches and expansive public parks offer a huge array of play.