Lakeview, just north of Lincoln Park, extends from Lake Michigan to the west branch of the Chicago River, and Diversey Parkway north to Irving Park Road. Clark Street divides the two major sections of the neighborhood, Lakeview East and West Lakeview. Lakeview East includes the lakefront districts of Diversey and Belmont Harbors. The neighborhood thrives with over 300 retail and specialty shops and plentiful dining options.
Taxis, buses, the Red and Brown Line trains make transportation convenient within the city and to and from the surrounding suburbs. The Red Line stops at Addison Street and Wrigley Field. The Marine Drive and Outer Drive Express buses run to and from the Loop. The Kennedy Expressway connects all major arteries and links the neighborhoods to surrounding suburbs.
The lakefront offers something for everyone including the Montrose Point Bird Sanctuary, the Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course, and the Waveland Park Tennis Courts. Within Lakeview is Wrigleyville which is home to the Chicago Cubs baseball team and Wrigley Field.
Wrigleyville is bounded by Southport, Halsted, Roscoe and Byron and is home to the World Series champion Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field. Brought to life by boisterous fans during the baseball season, this neighborhood teems with nightlife and hometown spirit.
The Red Line stops at Addison Street/Wrigley Field. The Marine Drive and Outer Lake Shore Drive Express buses run to and from the Loop. The Kennedy Expressway connects with all major arteries and links the neighborhoods to surrounding suburbs.
A variety of boutiques and shops dot the streets of each neighborhood. Lakeview boasts over 300 stores and specialty shops as well as a number of world-class restaurants.