Chicago is known for it's breath-taking architecture, high rise buildings, and rich history. There are also 29 miles of lakefront with 15 miles of beaches along Lake Michigan. Renters can also take advantage of the some of the more than 40 museums, hundreds of theaters, and fine cuisine. Deciding where to live in Chicago is is the hardest part as there are so many great neighborhoods within the city that offer entertainment, beauty, and accessibility.
Traveling around Chicago is facilitated by the "L" subway system that boasts numerous lines and stations to link Chicago and the suburbs. Furthermore, renters in Chicago can utilize the two international airports owned and operated by the city of Chicago, Midway and O'Hare.
Major League Baseball-- Chicago Cubs / Wrigley Field
Major League Baseball-- Chicago White Sox / U.S. Cellular Field
National Basketball Association-- Chicago Bulls / United Center
Major League Lacross-- Chicago Machine / Toyota Park
Major League Soccer-- Chicago Fire / Toyota Park
National Football League-- Chicago Bears / Soldier Field
National Hockey League-- Chicago Blackhawks / United Center
* The Chicago Marathon is also held in Chicago and is one of the 5 World Marathon Majors.
Chicago is home to three of the tallest buildings in the world:
The Sears Tower -- 1,450 ft
The Amoco Building -- 1,136 ft
The John Hancock Building -- 1,127 ft