Centrally located in Chicago’s famed Gold Coast, The Clare is minutes away from Michigan Avenue's Magnificent Mile. From your corner at Rush and Pearson, you can explore the city’s shops, restaurants, entertainment, and cultural attractions that make up the best of Chicago living.
In fact, Walk Score® recently called The Clare’s location a ‘Walker’s Paradise’ and scored the community a perfect 100 out of 100 for its walkable accessibility to local attractions, public transportation including a three-minute walk to the Red Line at the Chicago-Red stop, and nearby North Side parks including Connors Square, Seneca Park and Washington Square.
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Did you ever think you could be a tourist in your own town? The Clare gives you that exciting opportunity by surrounding you with incredible places to spend your free time.
Art Institute of Chicago
Fourth Presbyterian Church
Holy Name Catholic Cathedral
John Hancock Center / Observatory
Lincoln Park Zoo
Garfield Park Conservatory
Lincoln Park Conservatory
Willis Tower (Sears Tower)
Museum of Science and Industry
Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows
Chicago History Museum
Museum of Contemporary Art
The Clare counts Chicago’s most illustrious performing arts venues among its neighbors. Whether you prefer to pick and choose a few, or become a season subscriber to many, the offerings are unlimited.
Chicago Opera Theater
Joffrey Ballet of Chicago
Lookingglass Theater Co.
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Royal George Theater
Victory Gardens Theater
You’ll find the menus at The Clare wonderful and varied, but that shouldn’t stop you from exploring the many well known dining destinations close by. Just follow your taste buds!
McCormick & Schmick’s
RL Ralph Lauren
Loyola Museum of Art
Center for Life and Learning
University of Chicago – Gleacher Center