"Feels like a piece of New York City in Chicago!"
West Elm begins at the intersection of State Street and runs west for a few blocks to LaSalle. It is predominantly a residential street, with a few local bars/restaurants along the way. Closer to State Street, you have amazing access to the Division/Rush nightlife and restaurants, as well as a Barnes and Noble and Anthropologie. Living here means you are just steps from Michigan Avenue shopping, a block from the lakefront, and have access to public transportation - bus lines and subway - within steps of your front door! There are also several pharmacy/convenience stores in the area (some 24-hours), dry cleaners, banks, nail salons, fast food restaurants, etc. If you're looking for a place to live in Chicago with the conveniences of NY but not as much of the grime or noise, this is the spot for you!