Chicago - Shopping
Take a pick between high end shops, big malls or vintage clothing shops. You will definitely find something somewhere!
The Magnificent Mile
A mile of exclusive luxury shops along North Michigan Avenue: Gucci, Escada, Prada, Cartier and all the other internationally famous high-end shops are represented here.
This is an eight-story shopping structure with upscale, luxury shops, including the Chicago flagship Bloomingdale’s location. It also houses restaurants and cinemas.
Water Tower Place
This is sophisticated shopping in a spectacular eight-level atrium building. Situated across from the Chicago Water tower, which is one of the only surviving structures of the 1871 great Chicago fire. There are restaurants and a cinema onsite.
Broadway & Clark Street
An assortment of chic, funky shops extend for several blocks west on Broadway, and north and south on Clark Street. Vintage clothing shops, stylish one-of-a-kind boutiques, and edgy shops with motorcycle gear inspired clothes and accessories all converge in these few blocks.
Having undergone several renovations over the years, this four-story mall located in historical Old Town Chicago was originally built in the 1970s. In addition to containing restaurants and shops, it is also the home to Second City, the renowned improvisational comedy group that has launched the careers of several famous comedians, such as SNL stars Chris Farley, John Belushi, Dan Akroyd and Tina Fey as well as "The Office" star Steve Carell. Catch a show today to glimpse tomorrow's comedy stars. Paid parking is available in the garage adjacent to the mall.
The Merchandise Mart
Although, many of the Mart's showrooms are only open to design trade professionals, there are 30 luxury kitchen and bath showrooms called LuxeHome located on the Mart's first floor that are open to the general public. The Merchandise Mart also hosts several trade shows each year that are open to trade professionals.
Part gallery, part boutique mall, find virtually everything at one of the nearly 100 locally-owned shops located at Andersonville Galleria. Located in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood, find food, clothing, accessories, and home furnishings at one of these unique stores.
Block Thirty Seven
Five stories and an entire city block of shopping, dining and entertainment, Block Thirty Seven is located in the heart of the Loop in downtown Chicago. Browse contemporary goods at shops like Akira, Eileen Fisher, and Sabon.
Century Shopping Centre
This seven-level vertical shopping center was originally built as a 3,000-seat theater in the 1920s. It now houses a seven-screen theater complex housed on the center's upper floors as well as the Aveda Institute of Chicago, a CVS pharmacy and shops offering personal services. Parking is available in the garage adjacent to the mall.