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Table of Contents

04 Con n e C t . ne t w o r k . Su C C e e d .

05 42n d wa r d al d e r m a n

06 loC a l re S o u r C e S

07 edu C at i o n

08 tou r i S m & eC o n o m i C Vitality

09 Chi l d r e n’S me m o r i a l ho S p i t a l

10 hot e l S

12 Con C i e r g e Se r V i C e S

13 hea l t h & we l l n e S S

14 Sho p p i n g

15 reS t a u r a n t gu i d e

16 kno w yo u r ne i g h b o r h o o d

18 Cal e n d a r of eV e n t S

19 ent e r t a i n m e n t

20 mem b e r S h i p ap p l i C at i o n

21 mem b e r S di r e C t o r y

2010-2011 CoMMunitY GuiDE

OFFICERS

PrEsiDEnt

GinA M. ForCuCCi

DiAmOND BANk

ViCE PrEsiDEnt

MArGArEt MEtCAlF

HArriSON miDDLETON

UNivErSiTy

trEAsurEr

stEVE CrAiG

NOrTH BANk

sECrEtArY

MiMi DrisColl

NOrDSTrOm

DIRECTORS

MArio BuMBACA

rADiSSON HOTEL CHiCAGO O’HArE

roulA BoBolis

FirST AmEriCAN BANk

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mEmOriAL HOSPiTAL

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CHiCAGO SUN-TimES

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SWiFT imPrESSiONS

ExECuTIvE

DIRECTOR

MABlE BuCknEr-PAYton

STrEETErviLLE CHAmBEr

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645 N. Michigan Avenue

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The 2010-2011 Streeterville Community Guide

was compiled by the Streeterville Chamber of

Commerce and published by Pioneer Press in

November, 2010.

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Custom & Community Publishing Coordinator

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Marketing Director

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Editor

Mable Buckner-Payton

Assistant Editors

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Katharine Nichols

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represent in whole or in part of the viewpoints of the

Department of Planning and Development.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the

information in this book. The Publishers cannot guarantee the

correctness of all the information available to them and

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concerning this book should be sent to: Streeterville

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CONNECT. NETWOrk. SUCCEED.

Connect. Network. Succeed.

GINA M. FORCuCCI

MABLE BuCKNER-PAYTON

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We, at the Streeterville Chamber of Commerce are focused on leadership, whether

in a large business, community-based business or entrepreneurial venture. We are

a private, non-profit organization committed to helping our members build their

businesses by increasing their visibility in the neighborhood. Your membership with the Chamber

provides access to a wealth of outstanding networking opportunities, educational programs,

advocacy outlets and promotional vehicles.

The Chamber strives to connect members to residents, local government and other businesses

through a variety of networking events and meetings. In addition, initiatives such as the Minorities

Business Enterprise (MBE) and Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) build on these connections

and provide equal opportunity for economic prosperity. Throughout the year, the Chamber

provides businesses and residents multiple opportunities to network. Our Business After Dark,

Annual Boat Cruise and Summer Breeze Series gives local businesses a chance to meet with their

neighbors and allies in a relaxed, but professional setting. By bringing together a community of

like-minded professionals with the common goal of promoting local prosperity, the Chamber

helps members succeed through building business relationships and sharing expertise.

The 2010-2011 Community Guide will serve as a roadmap to your unique Streeterville experience.

Detailed inside, the Chamber has highlighted many prominent Streeterville businesses, such as

hotels, shopping centers and restaurants that you should be familiar with. In the Community

Guide, you will find a Calendar of Events which lists important Streeterville Chamber of

Commerce events, like our Annual Meeting and State of the Ward event. The guide also includes

a categorized business directory of our members, which will serve as a terrific reference tool.

We encourage you to contact our members and visit their businesses.

The Streeterville Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting the growth and prosperity of

Streeterville through tourism, commerce, economic development and beautification. We warmly

thank you for your continued patronage and support of the business community.

Gina M. Forcucci Mable Buckner-Payton

President Executive Director


42nd Ward Alderman

Keeping Streeterville Safe

The Streeterville Chamber of

Commerce encompasses a broad

network of businesses, residents

and leaders. One of these leaders is 42nd

Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly whose

efforts in the Streeterville community

have extended beyond the realm of

business and community relations. His

recent efforts have focused on the issue

of safety in the Streeterville community.

Board of Directors at the Breakfast for safety

(Left to Right) Steve Craig, Margaret Metcalf, Nicki Holtzman,

Vince Gavin, Gina Forcucci, Roula Boubalis Gary Martin and

Executive Director, Mable Buckner-Payton.

In October, the Breakfast for Safety forum

at Loyola university brought Alderman

Reilly, 18th District Chicago Police

Commander Kenneth Angarone, 18th

District Chicago Police Business Liaison

David Eshoo, 18th District Chicago Police

Sgt. Ray Palczynzki and several members

of the Board of Directors together. The

forum discussed improvements and

actions that are in progress to further

enhance the safety of the community and

its residents. The Streeterville Chamber

of Commerce continues to acknowledge

and address pressing issues in the

community. Through the universal effort

of local residents, government and

businesses, we can continue to provide a

safe and thriving community for all.

Alderman Reilly pictured with 18th Police District Commander

Kenneth Angarone, 18th District Chicago Police Business

Liaison David Eshoo and 18th District Chicago Police Sgt. Ray

Palczynzki at Streeterville’s “Breakfast for Safety” at Loyola

University.

Alderman Reilly is committed to

working “closely with the Chicago Police

Department to improve public safety for

downtown residents and protect private

property, not only by supporting CAPS

(Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy)

programs, but also by bringing together

local residents, businesses and law

42ND WArD ALDErmAN

enforcement to develop creative new

solutions to help keep our neighborhoods

safe.” - Alderman Reilly

www.Ward42chicago.com

Alderman Reilly has also addressed safety

through renovation and reconstruction

programs throughout the Streeterville

community.

Alderman Reilly has partnered with the

Chicago Department of Transportation

(CDOT) to make significant improvements

to street lighting and traffic signals.

Alderman Reilly has also secured

additional Police foot and bicycle patrols

throughout Streeterville to improve

safety.

In addition, Alderman Reilly and CDOT

have installed additional bike lanes on

arterial streets in Streeterville to reduce

traffic congestion and improve vehicular/

cyclist safety. This and other information

about the 42nd Ward is available at:

www.ward42chicago.com.

Safety is Streeterville’s top priority.

Together, with the help of residents,

businesses government officials such

as Alderman Reilly, Streeterville can

remain one of the safest communities

in Chicago and continue to grow in a

positive direction.

For more information please visit:

www.streetervillechamber.org.

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LOCAL rESOUrCES

Local resources

loCAl GoVErnMEnt

City of Chicago

311 West Superior St., 60610

............................................312-642-4242

egov.cityofchicago.org

City Hall Office

121 N. La Salle St. ...............312-74-clerk

www.chiccityclerk.com

Governor Pat Quinn

100 W. Randolph,

Suite 16-100 ......................312-814-2121

http://www.illinois.gov/gov

Mayor Richard M. Daley

121 N. La Salle St.,

Suite 507 ............................312-744-8045

egov.cityofchicago.org

u.S. Senator Dick Durbin

230 S. Dearborn St.,

Suite 3892 ..........................312-353-4952

durbin.senate.gov

u.S. Senator Mark Kirk

230 S. Dearborn St.,

Suite 3900 ..........................312-886-3506

kirk.senate.gov

Secretary of State Jesse White

100 W. Randolph St. .......1-800-252-8980

www.cyberdriveillinois.com

State Rep. Ken Dunkin

1543 N. Wells St. ...............312-266-0340

www.repkendunkin.com

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tHAnk You MAYor DAlEY

Alderman Brendan Reilly/42 Ward

325 W. Huron, Suite 510 ...312-642-4242

www.ward42chicago.com

Cook County Commissioner

Jerry Butler 3rd District

118 North Clark St.,

Suite 567 ............................312-603-6391

POLiCE DEPArTmENT

Department for the 18th District

1160 N Larrabee St. ...........312-742-5870

portal.chicagopolice.org

FirE DEPArTmENT

Fire Department

1 East Superior St. .............312-266-0682

www.cityofchicago.org/fire

POST OFFiCES

u.S. Post Office

John Hancock Building

875 N Michigan Ave .......1-800-275-8777

u.S. Post Office

227 E. Ontario St. ..............312-642-3576

CitY utilitiEs

CABLE

RCN .................................1-866-832-4726

www.rcn.com

Comcast ..........................1-866-594-1234

www.comcast.com

PHONE

AT&T ...............................1-800-499-7928

www.att.com

ELECTriC

ComEd .............................1-800-334-7661

www.exeloncorp.com

GAS

Peoples Gas ....................1-866-556-6001

www.peoplesenergy.com

GArBAGE

Chicago Disposal Service

Allied Waste ......................773-579-3600

www.disposal.com

Department of Sanitation ................. 311

http://egovcityofchicago.org

SEWEr/WATEr

Department of

Water Management ...........312-744-4426

http://egovcityofchicago.org

TrANSPOrTATiON

Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)

www.chicagotransitauthority.com

................... 1-800-YOuRCTA (968-7282)

www.flychicago.com

Metra ..................................312-322-6777

www.metrarail.com

PACE ..................................847-364-7223

www.pacebus.com

On behalf of the Board of the Directors of Streeterville Chamber of Commerce, we would like to sincerely thank you for your support

and service to the Chamber over the past 21 years. We are very proud to have had the opportunity to work with you while you

transformed Chicago into a world-class city. Chicago has thrived under your leadership and passion. Although once considered an

old industrial area, Chicago now proudly stands among the world’s top cities. Your city beautification programs, like the creation

of Millennium Park, have awed and inspired us. We are so fortunate to walk outside to Michigan Avenue and be greeted by flowers

and trees on every city block, thanks to you. We fervently support the words of President Barack Obama when he said that you will

leave “a legacy of progress that will be appreciated for generations to come.” Thank you for your dedication to our beautiful city

during the past 21 years. We truly wish you the best during your retirement. You will definitely be missed.


Education

The Chamber’s Board of Directors

authorized an Education Business

Seminar Committee to design and

implement seminars for the Chamber’s

membership. There will be three seminars

a year – February, June and September.

The purpose of the Educational Business

Seminars is to offer the members of our

Chamber topics of high-value to critical

issues and strategies for implementation.

The seminars will foster interaction with

presenters in an educational setting for

the experienced professional in all sizes

and forms of organizations. The seminars

will be delivered by business experts

and designed for one-hour presentations,

including a question and answer period.

Alderman Reilly and Police Commander

of the 18th District, Kenneth Angarone,

were the presenters on a topic of Safety

for the Chamber’s first Education Seminar

on October 19th.

The Education Business Seminar

Committee is chaired by the Chamber’s

Vice President, Margaret Metcalf,

Emeritus, Director of Education,

Harrison Middleton university.

Members are encouraged to contact

Margaret at metcalfassoc@yahoo.com to

participate as a committee member.

The committee will select the topic and

presenter for each of the three seminars.

The committee requests that all members

provide suggestions for seminar topics.

Email topic suggestions to Margaret.

EDUCATiON

Once topics have been determined,

members interested in being a presenter

will be able to request a presenter

information packet from Margaret.

There will also be information on the

Chamber’s website about the topics and

a call for presenters.

Members should also consider serving

as a sponsor for the seminars. At each

seminar, sponsors will be recognized and

be given the opportunity to give a brief

synopsis of their business and provide

attendees with brochures and/or gifts

with company logo, etc. For example,

at our first Education Seminar held

on October 19th, co-sponsors First

American Bank provided log pens,

Harrison Middleton university provided

logo notepads, Susan Komen for

the Cure provided table flowers and

Loyola university donated the room.

Members interested in sponsoring or

co-sponsoring one of the seminars

can contact the Chamber’s Executive

Director, Mable Buckner-Payton, at

mable@streetervillechamber.org.

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TOUriSm & ECONOmiC viTALiTy

Tourism & Economic vitality

Streeterville and the greater

Chicagoland area consistently ranks

in the top market for domestic and

international business and leisure travel

with over 45 million annual visitors.

According to the u.S. Department of

Commerce, Chicago was the tenth most

visited city in the u.S. by overseas visitors

in 2009. Travelers come from all over

the world to enjoy Streeterville’s awardwinning

restaurants, luxury hotels,

bountiful shopping on the Magnificent

Mile and world-class entertainment. In

fact, Chicago boasts more Five-Diamondrated

restaurants than any other u.S.

city and is the only u.S. city with four

Tony award-winning theater companies,

according to World Business Chicago.

With over 9.6 million people, 4.5 million

employees and more than 240,000

businesses, Chicago “has one of the

world’s largest and most diversified

economies, with a gross regional

product of more than $475 billion. It

is an efficient economic powerhouse

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that is home to more than 400 major

corporate headquarters, including 28

Fortune 500 Headquarters,” according

to World Business Chicago. “Rated #1

Large u.S. Metro for Economic Diversity

by Moody’s Investor Services, Chicago is

a key player in every economic sector,

from risk management innovation to

manufacturing to information technology

to health services.” (World Business

Chicago)

Not only does Chicago proudly stand as

one of the world’s largest economies, but

it continues to grow. Chicago continues

to prove itself on the international

economic stage. In 2009, Chicago

Customs District traded a total of $128.3

billion with foreign economies, with

over $30 billion in exports (Crain’s

Chicago Business). Chicago’s economic

vitality has been demonstrated through

its ability to diversify and attract new

industries. “In 2009, Chicago was topranked

for Economic Potential among

major cities across the world and World

Business Chicago identified more than

100 medium-sized new & expanded

office, distribution/warehouse and

manufacturing facilities announced,

under development or completed in the

metro area, representing a total of more

than 11.6 million square feet and over

$1.5 billion in economic development

activity.” (World Business Chicago)

Chicago is also paving the way as an

environmentally-friendly, sustainable

city. It “continuously ranks as one of the

most sustainable cities in the country,

with more LEED registered and certified

buildings than any other city, 18 wind

energy companies, a Top 5 Metro rating

for the number of Energy Star rated

buildings and an incomparable workforce

- including more than 2,600 LEED

credentialed employees. Combined with

cutting edge research and development

and wide-ranging incentives, Chicago

is an ideal location for green companies

to locate and grow.” (World Business

Chicago)


CHiLDrEN’S mEmOriAL HOSPiTAL

Children’s Hospital Taking Shape

in Streeterville: An inside Look

Streeterville neighbors and visitors

soon will have the complete outer

view of Children’s Memorial

Hospital’s new 23-story, state-of-the-art

facility, named Ann & Robert H. Lurie

Children’s Hospital of Chicago. The new

hospital opens in summer 2012 and is

more than 60% percent complete.

As the construction focus turns to the

interior spaces that will house the

hospital’s innovative programs, the new

prime location on the medical campus of

Northwestern university Feinberg School

of Medicine already is helping to entice

top pediatric specialists to Chicago.

NATiONAL LEADEr TO HEAD

A UNiQUE CArDiAC UNiT

A perfect example is the recent

recruitment of John Costello, MD, MPH,

an emerging national leader in pediatric

cardiac and critical care from Children’s

Hospital Boston. Costello will head the

Regenstein Cardiac Care unit (CCu),

which will be one of the few pediatric

units of its kind in the country.

The exterior of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital

of Chicago is near complete and now much of the work is

focused on the 1.25 million square feet of interior space.

Lurie Children’s will open its doors in Summer of 2012.

This unique 36-bed unit taking the entire

15th floor of the new building is designed

to combine cardiac intensive care

resources with the amenities of a private

acute-care room. This model improves

patient safety and comfort by allowing

all cardiac patients to remain in the same

unit and with the same caregivers from

admission to discharge.

Landscape architect Mikyoung Kim (left) and members of the

Kids’ Advisory Board at Children’s Memorial get a first-hand

look at the progress of the Crown Sky Garden. One design

feature of the respite area will be an interactive translucent

wall that will change colors as children approach. The Kids’

Advisory Board has worked closely with Kim throughout the

design process of the garden.

“The biggest advance of the CCu is that

technology and expertise will be brought

to the patients, rather than requiring

them to move about the hospital to

receive care,” explains Costello. “The

proximity to Prentice Women’s Hospital

is also a big advantage. This location

will facilitate our ability to provide care

for neonates with serious heart defects

who need urgent cardiac stabilization

and intervention, while simultaneously

keeping them close to their mothers

who are recovering from delivery at

Prentice.”

Dr. John Costello (left) looks over plans for the Regenstein

Cardiac Care Unit with Bruce Komiske, Chief of New Hospital

Design and Construction at Lurie Children’s.

EXPANDED EmErGENCy CAPACiTy

Another unique feature taking shape

at Lurie Children’s is The Kenneth and

Anne Griffin Emergency Care Center

located on the second floor, a model

that hospitals across the country are

now adapting to enhance safety. Nearly

doubling the number of emergency

beds, Lurie Children’s will be able to

accommodate over 75,000 children,

which is 10,000 more patients than the

current emergency department in the

Lincoln Park facility can handle.

The view from the 5,000 square foot Crown Sky Garden

located on the 11th and 12th floors of Lurie Children’s.

A GArDEN AmONG SkySCrAPErS

Located on the 11th floor and completely

enclosed by glass, the 5,000 square

foot Crown Sky Garden promises to be

an awe-inspiring respite and activity

area for patients and their families. The

translucent interactive light wall that

will change color as children approach

is in the initial stages of installation.

Renowned landscape architect Mikyoung

Kim worked closely with patients on

the Kids’ Advisory Board at Children’s

Memorial to refine the design.

BEiNG PArT OF THE COmmUNiTy

Lurie Children’s will officially open its

doors in summer of 2012, but the buzz

about being part of the Streeterville

community has already started. “Our

many employees, physicians, patients

and families are excited about the new

facility and the opportunity to enjoy all

the shops, restaurants, hotels, and other

services that our new neighborhood will

have to offer us.” says Patrick Magoon,

President and CEO of Children’s

Memorial. “We look forward to being

your neighbor and being part of the

spectacular North Michigan Avenue

area.”

To learn more about Lurie Children’s Hospital, visit:

www.childrensmemorial.org/newhospital

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HOTELS

Hotels

With millions of visitors every

year, Chicago’s booming hotel

industry excels in luxury and

comfort. Catering to everyone’s interests

and needs, Streeterville offers a wide

variety of hotels from the charming,

boutique hotel to the spacious, corporate

hotel and everything in between.

Spending a night in Streeterville is not

just about getting a good night’s rest; it’s

about the experience. Let your stresses

drain away as you are pampered and

treated like royalty at any one of the

following hotels.

AFFiNiA CHiCAGO

166 East Superior Street

Affinia Chicago is a boutique hotel that

specializes in comfort and customization.

Guests may choose to dine at the awardwinning

C-House restaurant by celebrity

Chef Marcus Samuelsson or grab a drink

on the 29th floor at the C-View rooftop

lounge. In addition, guests are able to

choose one of six different pillows from

the Dream Pillow Menu and also receive

a complimentary Experience Kit, which

includes a Walking Tour Kit, StayFit Kit

or BYOB Kit.

DOUBLETrEE HOTEL

300 East Ohio Street

DoubleTree Hotel is an ideal spot for

business and leisure travelers. Recently

renovated, the hotel offers soothing

accommodations and spacious meeting

and event rooms. It indulges guests with

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tantalizing cuisine at MARKETHOuSE,

which serves fresh, locally grown

produce and meats. Guests can also

visit the Lobby Bar, which features

infused organic vodkas, or H20, a seasonal

poolside cocktail bar and restaurant with

stunning, panoramic views of downtown

Chicago.

iNN OF CHiCAGO

162 East Ohio Street

Delivering an upscale experience with

strong local flair and attentive service,

the Inn of Chicago provides guests with

well-appointed guestrooms at affordable

rates. Only steps to the Magnificent Mile,

this hotel offers a relaxing experience

in a dynamic downtown setting. It also

features the Skyline Terrace, located

on the 22nd floor, which offers views

of downtown Chicago and a delightful

setting for parties of up to 100.

mArriOTT HOTEL

540 North Michigan Avenue

The Marriott Hotel offers 1,198

stylish hotel rooms and suites, which

feature spectacular city views, plush

bedding and HD flat screen TVs.

A technologically-savvy establishment,

the Marriott provides wireless Internet

access in all public areas, state-of-the-art

lighting and audio equipment. Guests

may choose to dine at Harvest, a classic

American restaurant which uses farm

fresh ingredients from the Midwest or

grab a beer from one of 24 beer taps at

the Rush Bar & Lounge.

PENiNSULA HOTEL

108 East Superior Street

This Five-Star, five-diamond hotel offers

a unique experience described as “Far

Eastern Graciousness combined with

Midwestern hospitality,” according

to www.peninsula.com. Drawing

on its heritage from Hong Kong, the

contemporary Peninsula Hotel provides

an elegant sanctuary for guests with

its rejuvenating spa and fitness center,

and comfortable guestrooms and suites.

Guests may also choose to dine at

Avenues, which was recently awarded

perfect scores from each of Chicago’s

major publications.

rADiSSON HOTEL CHiCAGO O’HArE

1450 E. Touhy Avenue, Des Plaines, IL

Located just down the street from O’Hare

Airport, the Radisson O’Hare provides a

convenient location coupled with some

of the finest amenities. With nearly 250

recently renovated rooms, which include

Sleep Number Beds, the Radisson

ensures that guests will find their

accommodations comfortable, enjoyable

and refreshing. The hotel also features

the Lobby Lounge and the Longhorn

Steakhouse which offers daily lunch, as

well as room service.


iTZ-CArLTON

160 East Pearson Street

The Ritz-Carlton embodies classic

elegance with its stunning downtown

views in the Deca bar, luxurious

guestrooms and suites, and tranquil spa.

This hotel prides itself on its top-notch

service and amenities. An ideal location

for a conference, meeting or wedding,

the event-planning team will ensure that

every single detail is taken care of to

maximize the event’s success.

SHErATON HOTEL

301 East North Water Street

With over 15 years of award-winning

service, the Sheraton Hotel offers 1,209

guest rooms and 120,000 square feet of

state-of-the-art meeting space, including

a 40,000-square-foot ballroom, which is

the largest hotel ballroom in the Midwest.

The friendly and helpful staff at the

Sheraton Hotel are sure to make your

experience a pleasant and memorable

one. With five distinctive restaurants and

lounges, including the acclaimed Shula’s

Steak House, the Sheraton Hotel offers

delightful and delicious dining options.

TrUmP HOTEL & TOWEr

401 N. Wabash Avenue

Chicago’s newest landmark, the TRuMP

Hotel and Tower, soaring 92 stories high,

will forever change the city’s skyline.

The inside however, will forever change

the way we define luxury. With 339 guest

rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling

windows, limestone bathtubs, custom

made furnishings, fully-equipped

kitchens and views of the river, lake and

city, even the smallest detail has been

acknowledged.

www.trumpchicagohotel.com

HOTELS

W HOTEL

644 North Lake Shore Drive

This chic, modern hotel encourages

guests to “Have a Blast!” with its

amusing amenities like the WIRED

Business Center, Bliss Spa, Sweat

Fitness Center, WET Indoor Heated

Pool, and Acura Experience. Guests

can choose from a variety of guestrooms

and suites, including the Wonderful

Room, Spectacular Room, Fantastic

Suite, Marvelous Suite, and Extreme

Wow Suite. Guests are also sure to enjoy

the Whiskey Sky lounge and nightclub,

located on the 33rd floor.

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CONCiErGE SErviCES

Concierge Services

Masters in the art of luxury,

many hotels in Chicago offer

limitless concierge services.

With so many impressive hotel concierge

services in Chicago, the hardest decision

you will have to make is where you want

to stay on your next trip. Competing with

the luxury hotel sector, many concierge

services are also offered through private

businesses and large malls, including

the Red Carpet Concierge of Chicago,

Nordstrom, Water Tower Place and The

900 Shops.

rED CArPET CONCiErGE

OF CHiCAGO

Red Carpet Concierge was founded

by Sandra Smith-Doghmi and Chakib

Doghmi in 2008 as a media marketing

tool. It offers concierge services for

businesses, residents, events and

networking. It also provides information

and makes reservations for restaurants,

entertainment, shopping, museums,

galleries and transportation. Red Carpet

Concierge accommodates those who are

ill with health services in your home,

office or hotel by a 24/7 concierge

physician. It also hosts the annual

Outstanding Community Awards and

the Year of Fashion Awards event.

Luxury membership of Red Carpet

Concierge includes discounted services

and products from affiliate members.

Red Carpet Concierge is located at

211 E. Delaware, #902, Chicago, IL 60611,

and can be reached at 773-495-5201.

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NOrDSTrOm CONCiErGE

The Concierge at Nordstrom will go out of

its way to make your Nordstrom shopping

experience enjoyable. It provides a coat

and parcel check, wheelchair and stroller

checkout, discounted parking validation

for customers and free express delivery

for all customer purchases within a

three-mile radius of the store. The

Concierge also makes restaurant, theater

or tour reservations for customers and

will connect you with a personal stylist

to assist with all your wardrobe and

shopping needs. Nordstrom Concierge

is located in The Shops at North Bridge,

520 N. Michigan Ave. Call Concierge at

312-464-1515 ext. 1690 or Mimi Driscoll,

Concierge Manager, for any of your

shopping needs.

WATEr TOWEr PLACE CONCiErGE

Concierge service representatives at

Water Tower Place strive to create a

warm, inviting experience for guests

by greeting them with a smile. The

Concierge provides guests with mall and

special events information, area maps and

directions, evening parking validation

and complimentary wheelchairs and

strollers. Representatives will also

make dinner reservations, print out

boarding passes and offer gift guides and

suggestions. Water Tower Place Concierge

is located at 835 N. Michigan Ave and can

be reached by calling Patricia Shambee,

Concierge Supervisor, at 312-440-3166.

THE 900 SHOPS CONCiErGE

The full-service Concierge at The 900

Shops offers services for restaurant

and hotel reservations; concert, theater

and sporting events tickets; and

transportation and travel assistance.

Cara Starkey, Concierge Manager, says

that they will “go above and beyond” to

help their clients in any way possible.

The Concierge is cognizant of the latest

fashions and can direct clients to specific

stores in the mall. It also offers The 900

Shops Gift Card, parking validations,

and tourism information. The Concierge

is located on the first and sixth floors of

The 900 Shops, 900 N. Michigan Ave.,

and can be reached at 312-915-3916.


Health & Wellness

Streeterville boasts several of

Chicago’s best spas and fitness

centers including Thrive Integrative

Medical Spa & Skin Institute, Massage

Envy Spa, Spa at Trump, Peninsula Spa

by ESPA, Escape 2 Fitness and Bliss

Chicago, that promise to relax, heal and

rejuvenate the body, mind and spirit.

THE THrivE iNTEGrATivE mEDiCAL SPA &

SkiN iNSTiTUTE is privately owned and

operated by Dr. Barry Summers, a Board

Certified General & Cosmetic Surgeon.

Thrive is the number one medical spa

and rejuvenation center in Chicago and

is dedicated to providing clients with

the highest quality of care and stateof-the-art

treatments for cosmetic and

skin rejuvenation. It offers a variety of

cosmetic laser, esthetic and wellness

services including laser hair removal,

BOTOX®, facials, acupuncture, nutrition

advising, Pilates and many more.

mASSAGE ENvy SPA provides several

different types of therapeutic massage,

including Trigger Point, Swedish,

Deep Tissue and Reflexology. Qualified

massage therapists customize each

guest’s massage based on his or her

needs and pays special attention to

those with injuries, ailments, the elderly

and pregnant women. Massage Envy

Spa also offers Murad Healthy Skin

Facials, which are designed to repair

cell membranes, resulting in a younger,

healthier appearance.

THE SPA AT TrUmP, located in the Trump

Tower, specializes in treatments to calm,

balance, purify, heal and revitalize the

body. Guests can experience one of four

Trump Signature Gemstone Treatments,

like the Purifying Diamond Massage

or Revitalizing Ruby Massage, which

harvest the power of gem-infused oils.

The Spa also exclusively offers facials

designed to combat the harsh effects of

pollutants and stress that comes with

urban living.

THE PENiNSULA SPA By ESPA, which sits

high above the city at the top of the

Peninsula Hotel, features tranquil

treatment rooms and suites, a relaxation

lounge with cozy fireplace, a eucalyptus

steam room, sundeck and several other

luxurious amenities. Spa treatments

combine European, Asian and Ayurvedic

philosophies to create a therapeutic and

holistic experience. It offers a wide variety

of services from full-day spa journeys to

pre-and post-natal treatments.

ESCAPE 2 FiTNESS focuses on in-home

personal training, nutrition consultations

and massage therapy sessions. Its mission

is to motivate and empower those who

believe they do not have enough time for

fitness, healthy nutrition and relaxation.

It eliminates the hassle of going to the

gym by bringing certified personal

trainers, licensed massage therapists and

registered dieticians to clients’ homes or

offices.

BLiSS CHiCAGO, located on the eighth floor

of the W Hotel, offers some of the most

unique and entertaining treatments in the

city. Voted Best Day Spa in Chicago by

the 2008 Allure Readers’ Choice Awards,

Bliss is one of the only spas that provides

a flat-screen TV, DVD player and headset

to watch a movie during a manicure or

pedicure. After a steam shower or Bliss

facial, guests can visit the relaxation

station to enjoy the legendary brownie

buffet.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

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SHOPPiNG

Shopping

Over 20 million tourists and

residents alike flock to the

Magnificent Mile every year to

experience world-class shopping, fine

dining and five-star hotels. Michigan

Avenue is home to over 460 retailers,

275 restaurants, 50 hotels, plus several

museums and theaters. Named one of the

“Great Avenues of the World,” Michigan

Avenue stands amongst Fifth Avenue in

New York City, Rodeo Drive in Beverly

Hills, the Champs Elysées in Paris and

Bond Street in London.

TOPSHOP

Topshop, the famous British fashion

chain, will be coming to 830 N. Michigan

Ave. in autumn 2011. This will be the

second Topshop location in the u.S. after

its first location opening about two years

ago in New York City. The new store

will carry contemporary merchandise

directly from Topshop in the united

Kingdom and its men’s line, Topman.

The store will not include items from

Kate Moss’s fashion line as she debuts

her final collection this year.

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THE 900 SHOPS

The 900 Shops, comprised of 70

luxurious retailers, like Gucci, Michael

Kors, L’Occitane, Mark Shale and

Charles David, can fulfill every retail

desire. Located in an architecturallystunning,

seven-level property, visitors

at 900 N. Michigan Avenue can ask for

an Exclusively 900 Card at the Concierge

Desk for special offers. One can easily

spend an entire day at The 900 Shops

shopping at Bloomingdale’s, working

out at Equinox, dining at Forty Carrots

and relaxing at Mario Tricoci Salon &

Day Spa.

THE SHOPS AT NOrTH BriDGE

The Shops at North Bridge, located at 520

N. Michigan Ave., is a must-see when

perusing the Magnificent Mile. Anchored

by Nordstrom, the Shops at North Bridge

also include over 50 retailers like BOSS

Hugo Boss, Stuart Weitzman, Louis

Vuitton, Sephora and Armani Exchange.

For a sweet treat, visit Vosges and try

a Black Pearl Exotic candy bar or a

Mo’s Dark Chocolate Bacon Bar. For

more substantial dining, try Cosi for its

flat-bread sandwiches or Weber Grill for

its classic burger.

WATEr TOWEr PLACE

Since its opening in 1975, Water Tower

Place has defined Chicago’s retail

prominence and vitality. The eight-level

property features over 100 stores like

Coach, Macy’s, American Girl, Betsey

Johnson, Lacoste and Forever 21. On

the lower level, visitors can dine at

Food Life, which offers various types of

cuisine at different food stations, or Mity

Nice Grill. Theater-goers can also enjoy

a play at the new 550-seat Broadway

Playhouse Theater.


estaurant Guide

AvENUES

Avenues, located at the Peninsula Hotel,

was recently awarded four stars by

Chicago Magazine and Chicago Sun-

Times. Chef Curtis Duffy thoughtfully

prepares each contemporary dish with

the best of seasonal ingredients. While

Duffy takes over the exhibition kitchen,

Michael Muser, Wine Director, creates an

unforgettable experience as he expertly

pairs each dish to the perfect wine.

312.573.6754 • 108 E. Superior St.

www.peninsula.com

DiTkA’S

Mike Ditka, former NFL player, coach

and commentator, makes his guests feel

special by greeting them personally, as

he stays in the restaurant several nights a

week. Ditka’s offers traditional American

cuisine, including steaks, salads, seafood

and the famous “Fridge Burger.” Chef

Tom Kenny also serves up “Da Pork

Chop,” which is “In a league all of its

own,” according to the menu.

312.587.8989 • 100 E. Chestnut St.

www.ditkasrestaurants.com

HArry CArAy’S

Named for the late Hall of Fame baseball

announcer, Harry Caray’s Italian

Steakhouse has served up some of the

best steaks and Italian cuisine in Chicago

since 1987. A favorite of celebrities and

sports players, the restaurant displays

hundreds of photos of those who have

dined there. Guests can check out

various sports memorabilia in display

cases while hanging out with friends and

family in the energetic atmosphere.

312.828.0966 • 33 W. Kinzie St.

www.harrycarays.com

rivA

Often combined as dinner and a show

with the Chicago Shakespeare Theater,

Riva, located at Navy Pier, serves up

some of the best surf Chicago has to offer.

Guests can enjoy breathtaking lake views

while enjoying jumbo lump crab cakes,

fresh oysters, lobster bisque or a variety

of other entrées. Executive Chef Luigi

Garcia will make you feel welcomed, as

well as delight your palate.

312.644.7482 • 700 E. Grand Ave.

www.rivanavypier.com

SiGNATUrE rOOm AT THE 95TH

Dubbed “The Restaurant Chicago Looks

up To,” the Signature Room sits high on

the 95th floor of the John Hancock Center.

It features American cuisine and a lavish

Sunday brunch. Guests who come to

enjoy splendid food and excellent service

may also find themselves transfixed on

the sweeping 360-degree views of the

entire city.

312.787.9596 • 875 N. Michigan Ave.

www.signatureroom.com

SPiAGGiA

Claiming virtually every culinary award,

including James Beard Award Best Chef

Midwest, the Ivy Award and “Chicago’s

Top Italian Restaurant” by Zagat,

Spiaggia stands a step above the rest in

terms of Italian cuisine. Owner Larry

Levy was inspired to create his restaurant

after observing Italian families relax on

vacation at the Mediterranean beach of

Forti di Marmi. Spiaggia, which means

“beach” in Italian, showcases the worldclass

Italian cuisine of Chef/Partner Tony

Mantuano, sophisticated wine list and

contemporary setting.

312.280.2750

980 N. Michigan Ave., Level 2

www.spiaggiarestaurant.com

rESTAUrANT GUiDE

TimOTHy O’TOOLE’S

A rambunctious sports bar in its simplest

form, Timothy O’Toole’s is the perfect

place to grab a beer and watch the game.

A favorite of Streeterville residents,

guests can choose from 32 beers on tap

and a large menu that includes eight

different kinds of chicken wings. It also

offers the “Big Tummy Challenge” which

entails eating over a pound of hamburger,

fries and onion rings. Those who succeed

in devouring the massive burger win an

O’Toole’s t-shirt.

312.642.0700 • 622 N. Fairbanks Ct.

www.timothyotooles.com

yOLk

As the name suggests, Yolk specializes

in breakfast items including omelets,

scramblers, frittatas and even egg-topped

breakfast pizzas. For those who dismiss

eggs, Yolk also offers an impressive menu

of pancakes, waffles, crepes, oatmeal,

salads and sandwiches. Combined with

its lively atmosphere and attentive staff,

Yolk has quickly become one of Chicago’s

favorite breakfast destinations.

312.822.9655 • 355 E. Ohio St.

www.yolk-online.com

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kNOW yOUr NEiGHBOrHOOD

know your Neighborhood

Streeterville’s business environment

is a combination of luxury,

intellect, history and adventure.

Guests and residents can enjoy it all with

a large variety of top-rated restaurants,

high-class shopping, five-star hotels and

exciting nightlife concentrated in one

area. Detailed below are six streets you

need to know as a member or visitor of

this community.

CHiCAGO AvENUE

Nordstrom Rack and Anthropologie

recently joined Streeterville with new

locations on East Chicago Avenue.

Nordstrom Rack, which features

discounted clothing from Nordstrom,

and Anthropologie, which features oneof-a-kind

women’s clothing, add spice to

the local retail mix.

Chicago Avenue also houses the Museum

of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago

Ave., which has offered exhibitions of

the most thought-provoking art since

1945. The museum includes a gift store,

bookstore, restaurant, 300-seat theater

and a terraced sculpture garden.

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On your way to the museum, stop to look

at the Chicago Fire Dept. Engine Co. 98

at 202 E. Chicago Ave. This historical

building was built in 1904 and remains

a working firehouse today.

PEArSON STrEET

Pearson Street offers a wide variety of

different retailers, businesses, schools

and libraries packed into one small street.

The Water Tower Water Works building,

163 E. Pearson St., is home to the Visitor

Information Center, First Slice Pie Café,

a Hot Tix outpost and a small division of

the Chicago Public Library.

Across Michigan Avenue stands the Old

Water Tower, which was once considered

the tallest building in Chicago. It was

built in 1869 with limestone from Joliet,

Illinois. A survivor of the Great Chicago

Fire of 1871, the Old Water Tower is an

iconic monument that defines Chicago.

Pearson Street is also the home of Loyola

university’s Water Tower Campus. This

campus includes the Graduate and

undergraduate School of Business, the

School of Continuing and Professional

Studies, the School of Law, the School

of Social Work and the School of

Communication.

OAk STrEET

A world-class destination, Oak Street

prides itself on exclusive luxury

boutiques and shops. Known for its

historical brownstones and intimate

scale, Oak Street has become an

international style center. It features

retailers like Barney’s New York, Jimmy

Choo, David Yurman, Prada, Kate Spade,

Vera Wang, Hermes and Yves Saint

Laurent Rive Gauche.

During the summer season, the Oak Street

Beach stands as one of Chicago’s favorite

beach destinations. A real urban oasis,

visitors can enjoy a number of different

activities including swimming, playing

volleyball, running and sunbathing.


DELAWArE PLACE

Delaware Place is home to several wellknown

Chicago hotels. The Four Seasons

Hotel, 120 E. Delaware Pl., offers guests

an elegant, luxurious experience

that is sure to set their minds at ease.

The Whitehall Hotel, 105 E. Delaware

Pl., is a charming, historic, boutique

hotel, reminiscent of the 1920s, that

has been restored to include modern

conveniences. Rounding out the hotels

on Delaware Place is Hilton Suites,

198 E. Delaware Pl., which offers modern,

comfortable suites for a great value.

WALTON STrEET

Founded by Candace Nelson in Beverly

Hills, Sprinkles Cupcakes recently

opened a new Chicago location at

50 E. Walton St. Sprinkles, which has

become a national sensation, offers over

20 different cupcake flavors. Further

down the street, residents can enjoy

hearty steaks and fresh seafood at

the famous Rosebud Steakhouse,

192 E. Walton St. With a seemingly

endless wine list and impressive menu,

Rosebud Steakhouse is not to be missed.

CHESTNUT STrEET

A new addition to Streeterville, Broadway

Playhouse recently opened at Drury

Lane Water Tower’s former location,

175 E. Chestnut St. From October 26

to December 19, 2010, the modernized

theater will feature “Traces,” an acrobatic

spectacle from the French Canadian

company “7 Fingers.” Following the

show, those who crave big steaks and

tasty side dishes can dine at Saloon

Steakhouse, located in the Seneca Hotel,

200 E. Chestnut St. On a typical Sunday

morning on Chestnut Street, residents

may choose to attend religious services

at the Fourth Presbyterian Church,

126 E. Chestnut St. and later enjoy brunch

at Tempo Café, 6 E. Chestnut St.

kNOW yOUr NEiGHBOrHOOD

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CALENDAr OF EvENTS

Calendar of Events

JANUAry

SNOW DAYS CHICAGO

January 28-30, 2011

Snow Days Chicago is an annual festival that

features a snow-sculpting competition, dog sled

demonstrations, and a “snowboard rail jam.” This

year’s event will be held at Navy Pier.

FEBrUAry

CHINESE NEW YEAR PARADE

February 2, 2011

The famous parade down Wentworth Avenue in

Chinatown will celebrate the “Year of the Rabbit”

in 2011. It features marching bands, colorful floats,

dance teams and a 100-foot-long paper dragon.

mArCH

STREETERvILLE ANNuAL MEETING

Date TBA

The Streeterville Chamber of Commerce Annual

Meeting brings together business members and

partners for the installation of the new officers of the

Board of Directors.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY

March 17, 2011

Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is usually

scheduled for the week before the holiday. Visitors

can enjoy the parade and the Chicago River, which

is always dyed bright green, and then head over to

one of Chicago’s many Irish pubs to continue the

celebration.

APriL

ART CHICAGO

April 29-May 2, 2011

Art Chicago is an annual international fair of

contemporary and modern art that brings together

the world’s leading, emerging and established

galleries at the Merchandise Mart.

mAy

CHICAGO FARMERS MARKETS

May-October

Chicago’s Farmers Markets bring more than 70

vendors selling fresh fruits, vegetables, plants and

flowers to over 20 neighborhoods throughout the City

of Chicago. Markets are held Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday around the city.

JUNE

CHICAGO GOSPEL MuSIC FESTIvAL

Early June

The Gospel Music Festival features more than 50

performances on three stages at Millennium Park, in

addition to activities for the whole family.

CHICAGO BLuES FESTIvAL

June 10-12, 2011

The Chicago Blues Festival, the largest free blues

festival in the world, unites more than 500,000 blues

fans proving that Chicago is the “Blues Capital of the

World.” Past performers include Bonnie Raitt, Ray

Charles, B.B. King, the late Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy

and the late Koko Taylor.

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CHICAGO SuMMER DANCE

Mid-June-August

Presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural

Affairs, this eleven-week festival features all types

of dancing, from swing to waltz to salsa. Each event

offers a one-hour dance lesson taught by professional

instructors, followed by two hours of dancing on the

open-air dance floor in Grant Park.

TASTE OF CHICAGO

June 24, 2011-July 4, 2011

(Dates subject to change)

Taste of Chicago 2011 will be the 32nd anniversary

of the festival in Grant Park. Millions of visitors flock

to the Taste of Chicago each year to try a wide variety

of international cuisine and to listen to free concerts

in the Petrillo Music Shell. The 10-day festival offers

over 300 menu items from about 70 food vendors.

JULy

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

July 4, 2011

Chicago celebrates the Fourth of July with fireworks

at Navy Pier and a multitude of celebrations in

almost every neighborhood.

AUGUST

STREETERvILLE BOAT CRuISE

Date TBA

The Streeterville Chamber of Commerce hosts the

annual boat cruise at Navy Pier, where business

members have the opportunity to mix and mingle

while enjoying beautiful lake views.

LOLLAPALOOZA

August 5-7, 2011

Lollapalooza is a 3-day music extravaganza in Grant

Park. Past performers include The Killers, Lady

Gaga, Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Radiohead, Rage

Against the Machine and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

SEPTEmBEr

CHICAGO JAZZ FESTIvAL

September 2-5, 2011

A Labor Day weekend tradition, the Chicago Jazz

Festival has showcased Chicago’s vast jazz talent

for more than 30 years. This free event, programmed

by the Jazz Institute, features a wide variety of jazz

musicians to encourage, entertain and educate an

audience of all ages.

OCTOBEr

CHICAGO MARATHON

Early October

Each year athletes and everyday runners from all

over the world unite to tackle a 26-mile-run through

Chicago’s neighborhoods while residents and visitors

gather on the sidelines to cheer them on.

CHICAGO COuNTRY

MuSIC FESTIvAL

Early October

Since 1991, the Country Music Festival has garnered

crowds from all over to enjoy a variety of country

singers and performances at this free two-day event.

This popular event has previously been held at Grant

Park, Soldier Field and Millennium Park.

NOvEmBEr

STATE OF THE WARD

Date TBA

State of the Ward, presented by the Streeterville

Chamber of Commerce, the Chicago Loop Alliance,

the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association

and the River North Business Association, is a

special evening with the 42nd Ward Alderman,

Brendan Reilly. This event gives local businesses an

opportunity to talk with Alderman Reilly and enjoy

a lovely reception.

THE MAGNIFICENT MILE

LIGHTS FESTIvAL

Third Saturday in November

For more than 40 years, the trees along North

Michigan Avenue from Oak Street to Wacker Drive

have been covered in over a million twinkling lights

to celebrate the start of the holiday season. The

festival includes special musical performances, a

procession down Michigan Avenue led by Mickey

Mouse and fireworks.

CHRISTMAS TREE

LIGHTING CEREMONY

Late November

Since 1913, people of all ages have gathered to

witness the lighting of the municipal Christmas

tree in Chicago. The event, held in Daley Plaza, is

accompanied by special musical performances and

sits adjacent to the Christkindlmarket.

DECEmBEr

STREETERvILLE HOLIDAY SOIREE

Date TBA

The Holiday Soiree, presented by the Streeterville

Chamber of Commerce, is a holiday party for

business members where they can enjoy a festive

evening, network with other business members and

bid on exciting gifts in the silent auction.

CHICAGO SPORTS FEST

Mid-to-late December

Chicago Sports Fest is a free, family-friendly event

designed to promote healthy, active lifestyles.

Adults and children are encouraged to break a sweat

while they play in the interactive zones, such as

the obstacle course, 40-yard dash, baseball or wall

climbing.


Entertainment

ENTErTAiNmENT

Streeterville offers an exciting variety of off-Broadway

productions at theaters outside of Chicago’s traditional

Theater District. The Chicago Shakespeare Theater

at Navy Pier entertains guests with a broad spectrum of

theatrical performances, including selections from William

Shakespeare’s 38-play canon and new classical plays. This

550-seat theater runs a 48-week season and attracts over

225,000 audience members annually. Streeterville also

welcomes Broadway Playhouse, a new, modern theater

located at Drury Lane Water Tower’s former location,

175 E. Chestnut St. In its first year, this intimate, unique

theater will feature productions including “Traces,” an

acrobatic spectacle from the French Canadian company

“7 Fingers” and a newly adapted version of Stud Terkel’s

musical, “Working.” In addition, the Lookingglass

Theater, located in the Water Tower Water Works building,

821 N. Michigan Ave., produces many small-scale,

intimate performances. The theater seeks “to redefine

the limits of theatrical experience and to make theatre

exhilarating, inspirational and accessible to all,” according to

www.lookingglasstheatre.org. Past productions have included

“No Child,” “The Arabian Nights” and “Lookingglass Alice.”

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If yes, what is their name?

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members Directory

The Streeterville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present its esteemed community of

business members. The Chamber encourages you to patronize our member businesses, as they

offer the highest quality of goods and services in and around Streeterville.

ADVErtisinG sErViCEs,

sPECiAltiEs & MEDiA

Chicago sun-times

350 N. Orleans St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-321-3000

E-mail: nholtzmann@suntimes.com

www.suntimes.com

Design solutions

175 E. Delaware Pl., Suite 6611

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-664-4905

Fax: 312-664-4906

E-mail: designsolutions@ameritech.net

ink Well, the

57 W. Grand Ave., 4th Floor

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-644-4700

E-mail: alvin@inkwell.com

Michigan Avenue Magazine

401 N. michigan Ave., Suite 1200

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-840-8237

Fax: 312-840-8233

E-mail: michiganAvemag@NichemediaLLC.com

www.michiganAvemag.com

red Carpet Concierge

211 E. Delaware, Suite 902

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 773-495-5201

Fax: 312-840-8233

E-mail: sandy@redcarpetconciergeofchicago.com

safeguard

345 North Canal St., Suite C 202

Chicago, iL 60606 ......................... 312-234-9828

Fax: 312-840-9570

E-mail: rportgallo@gosafeguard.com

White Graphics

1411 Centre

Downers Grove, iL 60515 ............... 630-629-9300

E-mail: rwhite@whitegraphics.com

www.whitegraphics.com

Arts, lEisurE

& EntErtAinMEnt

Absolutely Chicago segway tours

337 E. randolph St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-552-5100

Fax: 312-552-3450

E-mail: timmie@absolutelychicagosegway.com

www.chicagosegway.com

Bike & roll

600 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 773-276-4400

Fax: 773-276-4411

www.bikechicago.com

Chicago Children’s Museum navy Pier

700 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-527-1000

Fax: 312-527-9082

E-mail: GaryG@chicagochildrensmuseum.org

Chicago line Cruises

455 E. illinois St., Suite 361

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-527-2002

Fax: 312-527-2313

E-mail: info@chicagoline.com

Chicago shakespeare theater

800 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-595-5631

Fax: 312-595-5635

E-mail: aszabo@chicagoshakes.com

www.chicagoshakes.com

Entertainment Cruises

401 E. illinois St., Suite 310

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-321-7614

Fax: 312-321-7630

E-mail: lkay@entertainmentcruises.com

Gary John limited

111 E. Chestnut St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-315-6770

E-mail: gary@garyjohnltd.com

www.garyjohnltd.com

Goodman theatre

170 N. Dearborn St.

Chicago, iL 60601 .................312-443-3811, x218

Fax: 312-443-3821

E-mail: jaycorsi@goodmantheatre.org

www.goodmantheatre.org

lucky strike

322 E. illinois St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-245-8331

Fax: 312-245-8332

www.bowlluckystrike.com

Museum of Contemporary Art

220 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-2660

Fax: 312-397-4095

E-mail: apower@mcachicago.org

national Cinemedia

500 N. michigan Ave., Suite 1802

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 773-944-0816

Fax: 773-944-0816

E-mail: Julie.versace@ncm.com

navy Pier

600 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60011 ......................... 312-595-5064

Fax: 312-595-5101

E-mail: vgavin@mpea.com

www.mpea.com

mEmBErS DirECTOry

navy Pier imax theatre

700 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60606 ......................... 312-595-5998

Fax: 312-595-5998

E-mail: msharba@imax.com

Pritzker Military library

610 N. Fairbanks Ct., 2nd Floor

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-587-0234

Fax: 312-687-7311

shoreline sightseeing

600 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-222-9328

www.shorelinesightseeing.com

Wendella Boats

405 N. Wabash Ave.

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-337-1446

Fax: 312-222-9225

E-mail: gep@wendellaboats.com

www.wendellaboats.com

AutoMotiVE sErViCEs

& trAnsPortAtion

Berman’s infiniti of Chicago

640 N. LaSalle St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-476-8000

www.infinitichicago.com

Erie-lasalle Body shop

& Car Care Center

146 W. Erie St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-337-3903

Fax: 312-274-1099

E-mail: robertGottfred@hotmail.com

www.erielasalle.com

Go Airport Express

1200 W. 35th St.

Chicago, iL 60609 ...................... 1-888-284-3826

.................................................. 773-843-2316

Fax: 773-927-7084

E-mail: mdabic@airportexpress.com

www.airportexpress.com

CoMPutErs, tElEPHonE

& intErnEt

ClEAr

1811 memorial Drive, Suite 2E

Calumet City, iL 60409 .................. 312-719-3523

E-mail: O31iNCCEO@gmail.com

www.clear.com

EDuCAtion

Harrison Middleton university

35 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 440

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 877-248-6724

Fax: 800-762-1622

www.hmu.edu

loyola university

6525 N. Sheridan rd., room 340

Chicago, iL 60626 ......................... 773-274-3000

www.luc.edu

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Wright institute

445 E. Ohio St., Suite 260

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 510-841-9230

E-mail: info@wrightinst.edu

FinAnCE & insurAnCE

American street Mortgage

837 N. milwaukee Ave.

Chicago, iL 60642 ......................... 312-376-3760

E-mail: amir@americanstreet.com

www.americanstreet.com

Ameriprise Financial

307 N. michigan Ave.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-807-1054

E-mail: richard.d.holdway@ampf.com

Chase Bank

355 E. illinois St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-494-1550

www.chase.com

Chicago Financial services

215 W. Superior St., 7th Floor

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-327-6106

E-mail: jochonicki@cfsmortgage.com

www.cfsmortgage.com

Delaware Place Bank

190 E. Delaware Pl.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-0360

Fax: 312-280-0380

E-mail: taldrich@delawareplace.com

www.delawareplacebank.com

Diamond Bank

100 W. North Ave.

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-664-4320

Fax: 312-664-4289

E-mail: gforcucci@dbdiamond.com

www.dbdiamond.com

Edward Jones investments

25 E. Washington St., Suite 1306

Chicago, iL 60602 ......................... 312-578-1006

Fax: 312-578-1007

E-mail: jimmie.b.chess@edwardjones.com

www.edwardjones.com

Fifth third Bank

680 N. Lake Shore Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-335-2840

Fax: 312-787-7370

www.53.com

First American Bank

643 N. Fairbanks Ct.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-881-8610

Fax: 312-881-8610

E-mail: rbobolis@firstambank.com

www.firstambank.com

Harris Bank

1000 N. Lake Shore Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-649-5000

Fax: 312-649-9726

E-mail: lawrence.passo@harrisbank.com

www.harrisbank.com

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Harris Bank

352 E. illinois St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-222-8088

Fax: 312-245-5299

E-mail: michael.scott@harrisbank.com

www.harrisbank.com

insphere insurance

355 E. Ohio St., Suite 4601

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-255-7385

E-mail: thaberkorn@insphereis.com

www.insphereinsurancesolutions.com

new York life insurance Company

10 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 1100

Chicago, iL 60606 ......................... 312-207-4203

Fax: 312-275-7824

E-mail: jgiffin@ft.newyorklife.com

north Bank

360 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-644-4000

Fax: 312-644-9059

E-mail: scraig@nbchgo.com

www.northbank.com

northern trust Bank

201 E. Huron St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-557-6200

Fax: 587-7253

www.northerntrust.com

Panjan & Associates

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, iL 60611........................ 312-280-5799

Fax: 312-482-8594

E-mail: lpanjan@panjanaccounting.com

www.panjanaccounting.com

PnC Bank

405 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-755-0405

E-mail: thomas.mccue@pnc.com

www.pnc.com

rCPA Financial

307 N. michigan Ave., Suite 1814

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-621-9130

Fax: 773-871-2976

E-mail: ralph@rcpafinancial.com

serpe insurance

2538 N. Lincoln Ave.

Chicago, iL 60614 ......................... 773-871-0808

Fax: 773-871-2976

E-mail: jims@serpeinsurance.com

www.serpeinsurance.com

Florist

City scents Floral

209 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-836-0211

E-mail: info@cityscents.com

www.cityscents.com

Don’t sEE Your BusinEss listED HErE?

BECoME A CHAMBEr MEMBEr...AnD GEt listED HErE toDAY!

Call the Streeterville Chamber of Commerce at:

312-664-2560 or visit:

www.streetervillechamber.org for more info.

GoVErnMEnt, CoMMunitY

& CiViC orGAnizAtions

American Dental Association

211 E. Chicago Ave., Suite 2200

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-440-2700

Fax: 312-440-7488

E-mail: loganm@ada.org

www.ada.org

Chicago loop Alliance

27 E. monroe St., Suite 900A

Chicago, iL 60603 ......................... 312-782-9160

Fax: 312-782-0349

E-mail: ty@chicagoloopalliance.com

City of Chicago

325 W. Huron St., Suite 510

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-642-4242

Fax: 312-642-0420

E-mail: melissa@ward42chicago.com

Greater north Michigan Avenue

Association, the

625 N. michigan Ave., Suite 401

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-782-9160

Fax: 312-782-0349

www.gmnaa.com

keep Chicago Beautiful

25 E. Washington St., Suite 1104

Chicago, iL 60602 ......................... 312-863-6196

Fax: 312-863-6194

E-mail: joyce@kcb.org

www.kbc.org

soAr (streeterville organization

of Active residents)

244 E. Pearson St., Suite 101

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-2596

Fax: 312-280-4631

E-mail: info@soarchicago.com

www.soarchicago.com

HEAltH sErViCE & suPPliEs

Children’s Memorial Hospital

2300 Children’s Plaza, Box 80

Chicago, iL 60614 ......................... 773-975-8733

Fax: 773-880-3068

E-mail: ndadino@childrensmemorial.org

www.childrenmemorial.org

Core solutions Chiropractic Center

21 W. Elm St.

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-643-1222

E-mail: chelseyjekel@yahoo.com

www.coresolutionchicago.com

Escape 2 Fitness

446 N. Wells St., Suite 344

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-222-1414

Fax: 312-222-1418

E-mail: lizz@escape2fitness.com

Hearing Health Center

142 E. Ontario St., Suite 1100

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-263-7171

E-mail: rfisher@hearinghealthcenter.com

www.hearinghealthcenter.com


HomeHelpers

429 W. Ohio, #115

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-925-0711

Fax: 773-265-8415

E-mail: bednarzc@mac.com

www.homehelpers.cc

McGraw Medical Center of nW univ.

401 E. illinois St., Suite 324

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-836-4300

Fax: 312-836-4329

www.mclcompanies.com

north Pier Dental Association, P.C.

401 E. illinois St., Suite 321

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-321-7645

Fax: 312-467-9946

E-mail: northpierdental@gmail.com

northwestern Memorial Hospital

240 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-926-2000

Fax: 312-926-0209

www.nmh.org

river East Health Club

355 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-467-1111

E-mail: jhollister@ballysfitness.com

www.ballysfitness.com

state street Dental specialists

671 N. State St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-664-0577

www.statestreetdentalspecialists.com

loDGinG & FACilitiEs

Affinia Chicago Hotel

166 E. Superior St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-787-6000

Fax: 312-787-6133

E-mail: rjao@affinia.com

www.affinia.com

Chicago Marriott Downtown

540 N. michigan Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-836-0100

E-mail: bill.ninvaggi@marriott.com

www.marriott.com

Courtyard by Marriott Magnificent Mile

165 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-573-0800

Fax: 312-660-2432

www.courtyardchicago.com

Double tree Hotel-

Chicago Magnificent Mile

300 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-787-6100

Fax: 312-787-6259

www.doubletreemagmile.com

Embassy suites Chicago

Downtown-lakefront

511 N. Columbus Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-423-6311

Fax: 312-423-6300

www.chicagoembassy.com

Fairfield inn and suites

216 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-596-9057

E-mail: msolis@fhginc.com

www.fairfieldsuiteschicago.com

Hilton suites/Magnificent Miles

98 E. Delaware Pl.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-664-1100

www.emartketing360.com/hilton/il/hscm/

Hotel Cass-Magnificent Mile Chicago

640 N. Wabash Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-787-4030

Fax: 312-787-8544

E-mail: marissa.kuck@hiexchicago.com

Hotel sax Chicago

333 N. Dearborn St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-245-0333

Fax: 312-787-8544

www.hotelsaxchicago.com

Hyatt regency

151 E. Wacker Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-565-1234

Fax: 312-239-4414

E-mail: gretchen.spear@hyatt.com

www.chicagoregency.hyatt.com

inn of Chicago

162 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-573-3106

Fax: 312-573-3140

www.innofchicago.com

kokua Hospitality

541 N Fairbanks Court, Suite 2730

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-644-4800

Fax: 312-644-8040

E-mail: pamela.dorneden@kokuahospitality.com

http://kokuahospitality.com

Peninsula Chicago, the

108 E. Superior St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-337-2888

Fax: 312-573-6588

www.peninsula.com

radisson Hotel Chicago o’Hare

1450 E. Touhy Ave.

Des Plaines, iL 60018 .................... 847-296-8866

E-mail: mbumbaca@ohareradisson.com

www.radisson.com/desplaines.il

seneca Hotel

200 E. Chestnut St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-787-8900

Fax: 312-787-5717

E-mail: mvito@senecahotel.com

www.senecahotel.com

sheraton Chicago Hotel & towers

301 E North Water St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-464-1000

Fax: 312-329-7045

www.sheratonchicago.com

trump Hotel & tower

401 N. Wabash Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-644-0900

Fax: 312-588-8001

www.trumphotels.com

mEmBErS DirECTOry

W Chicago lake shore Hotel

644 N. Lake Shore Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-943-9200

Fax: 312-332-5909

E-mail: andy.corky@trumphotels.com

www.starwoodhotels.com

oFFiCE EQuiPMEnt,

suPPliEs & sErViCEs

Alpha Graphics on Michigan

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 227

Chicago, iL 60611 ........................312-266-91266

Fax: 312-266-2337

E-mail: jeiffert@alphagraphics.com

www.chicago255.alphagraphics.com

inkwell Chicago

57 W. Grand Ave., Suite 450

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-644-4700

Fax: 312-644-4703

E-mail: info@inkwellchicago.com

www.inkwellchicago.com

PErsonAl sErViCEs

Abre nail spa

401 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-643-3100

Chicago Center

for Bioesthetic Dentistry

233 E. Erie St., Suite 602

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-337-2212

Fax: 312-337-5327

E-mail: futchds@yahoo.com

www.chicagobioesthetics.com

Parkside strategic Ent., inc.

DBA Massage Envy

345 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-222-0808

Fax: 312-291-0764

E-mail: massageenvychicago@gmail.com

www.massageenvy.com

thrive integrated Medical spa

875 N. Dearborn, 3rd Floor

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-932-9500

www.thrivemedspa.com

ProFEssionAl sErViCEs

ADt

101 N. Wacker Dr., Suite 243

Chicago, iL 60606 ............... 800-525-2134, x6084

E-mail: akunst@adt.com

www.adt.com

Agrawal Firm, llC, the

405 N. Wabash Ave., #3403

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-399-1697

E-mail: rishi@agrawalfirm.com

www.agrawalfirm.com

Christine H. John

345 E. Ohio St., Suite 4210

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 248-703-4947

E-mail: cbhssj21@yahoo.com

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Christine Holloway

240 E. illinois St., Suite 707

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-755-9224

E-mail: cmholloway5@gmail.com

Cityliving Design, inc.

401 E. Ontario St., Suite 1302

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-335-0711

Fax: 312-335-8717

E-mail: hollis@citylivingdesign.com

www.citylivingdesign.com

www.citylivinginteriors.com

www.citylivingwindows.com

Designer Event Chicago

505 N. mcClurg, #1805

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-526-3759

Fax: 312-526-3774

E-mail: lindsay@designereventchicago.com

www.designereventchicago.com

EdVenture Promotions

770 N. LaSalle St., 5th Floor

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-440-1803

Fax: 312-440-1806

E-mail: ed@edventurepromotions.com

Frames First, inc.

423 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-321-1818

E-mail: framesfirst@sbcglobal.net

Gail Garza

931 S Oakley Blvd.

Chicago, iL 60612 ......................... 312-829-1490

E-mail: nantucketsleighr@aol.com

GGF Consulting, inc.

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-5793

E-mail: gina.forcucci@yahoo.com

impact Design

253 E. Delaware Pl., Suite 17A

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-337-4755

Fax: 773-427-0779

E-mail: georgialoukas@sbcglobal.net

www.impactdesignfirm.com

Mr. Barber

900 E. Walton St., 1st Floor

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-943-7700

national Graphx & imaging, llC

9240 W. Belmont Ave.

Franklin Park, iL 60131.................. 847-671-1122

Fax: 847-671-1144

E-mail: barry@nationalgraphx.com

www.nationalgraphx.com

norman E. Wilson - Attorney at law

77 W. Washington St., Suite 1708

Chicago, iL 60602 ......................... 312-263-0044

Fax: 312-236-7386

E-mail: norm.light@sbcglobal.net

norman light - Attorney at law

300 N. State St., Suite 4205

Chicago, iL 60610 ......................... 312-464-9852

E-mail: norm.light@sbcglobal.net

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Platinum Events & Productions

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-1380

E-mail: platinumevents@yahoo.com

robert Half international

205 N. michigan Ave., Suite 3301

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-616-8367

Fax: 312-616-1155

www.rhi.com

roger Philip Feldman & Company

611 N. Wells St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-337-4022

Fax: 312-664-9808

E-mail: rogert@rptco.com

talina Designs

536 W. Arlington Pl.

Chicago, iL 60614 ......................... 847-962-0425

www.talinadesign.com

thomas G. Besore, Attorney at law

195 N. Harbor Dr., Suite 209

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-265-6272

Fax: 312-276-8558

E-mail: thomas@besore.com

www.besore.com

rEAl EstAtE, rEntAls,

MoVinG & storAGE

@Properties-ohio st.

212 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-506-0200

Fax: 312-506-0222

E-mail: jmcshea@atproperties.com

www.atproperties.com

AAA office services, inc.

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-751-1234

Fax: 312-751-0313

E-mail: beckstein@aol.com

Apartment People, the

3121 N. Broadway St.

Chicago, iL 60657 ......................... 773-248-8800

E-mail: ilene@apartmentpeople.com

Brook Furniture rental

222 N. LaSalle St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-345-0051

www.bfr.com

Cityfront Place (the Habitat Co.)

400 N. mcClurg Ct.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-464-0440

Fax: 312-464-9640

E-mail: info@habitat.com

www.habitat.com

Cushman & Wakefield

455 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr., Suite 1410

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-222-9611

Fax: 312-222-9487

E-mail: stmarie@nbc-tower.com

www.cushwake.com

Draper and kramer, inc.

33 W. monroe St., 19 Floor

Chicago, iL 60603 ......................... 312-346-8600

E-mail: marting@draperandkramer.com

Fred lev Company

200 W. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-787-7730

Fax: 312-787-7740

E-mail: flev333339@aol.com

Golan Moving and storage

3600 Jarvis Avenue

Chicago, iL 60076 ......................... 847-673-8189

E-mail: jonathan@golansmoving.com

http://golansmoving.com

Golub & Company

625 N. michigan Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-440-8800

www.golubandcompany.com

Golub needham Associates

680 N. Lake Shore Dr., Suite 2000

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-446-8100

Fax: 312-787-9783

E-mail: tconway@goco.com

lake shore Plaza

445 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-744-0159

Fax: 312-527-0210

E-mail: dtietz@pacificmgt.net

www.lakeshoreplaza.com

McClurg Court Apartments,

A Charles E. sm

645 N. michigan Ave., Suite 1058A

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-503-3014

Fax: 312-503-5230

E-mail: r-chistopher@northwestern.edu

www.gme.northwestern.educ

McClurg Court Center

rmk management

333 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-943-5220

E-mail: jegan@rmk.com

www.rmk.com

Prudential rubloff realty, Vicki Jones

737 N. michigan Ave., Suite 900

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-268-2719

Cell: 312-404-4591

E-mail: cjones@rubloff.com

ragnar Benson Constructions, llC

233 E. Erie St., Suite 302

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-642-4320

www.ragnarbenson.com

riverview Condominiums

445 E. North Water St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-464-9474

Fax: 312-464-9477

E-mail: riverviewmgr@communityspecialists.net

www.riverviewcondo.com


streeter, the

345 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-222-0345

Fax: 773-895-5387

E-mail: info@thestreeter.com

streeter Place

355 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-595-0355

www.streeterplace.com

streeterville Properties

432 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-755-9999

Fax: 312-755-9191

E-mail: gail@streetervilleproperties.com

www.streetervilleproperties.com

sudler/sotheby’s international realty

188 E. Walton St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-475-7900

Fax: 312-664-5295

E-mail: gary.martin@sothebys.com

www.sothebys.com

sudler Property Management

401 E. Ontario

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-787-0401

Fax: 312-654-1922

E-mail: jmurden@sudler.net

www.sudler.net

Village Green Companies

420 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-440-4200

Fax: 312-440-4204

E-mail: feopropmgr@villagegreen.com

www.fourtwentyeastohio.com

Weichert, realtors - First Chicago

209 W. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-467-9900

Fax: 312-467-0022

E-mail: ron@weichertfirst.com

Wirtz realty Corporation

680 N. Lake Shore Dr., Suite 1900

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-943-7000

Fax: 312-943-9017

E-mail: apiechocki@wirtzrealty.com

www.wirtzrealty.com

rEstAurAnts, BAr, CAtErinG,

BEVErAGEs & suPErMArkEt

7-Eleven

600 N. mcClurg Ct.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-699-9671

E-mail: patel.sandeep@juno.com

Argo tea

16 W. randolph St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-553-1550

Fax: 312-873-4123

E-mail: kari.ginal@argotea.com

www.argotea.com

Bonsoiree

2728 W. Armitage Ave.

Chicago, iL 60647 ......................... 773-486-7511

E-mail: christine@bon-soiree.com

www.bon-soiree.com

Brazzaz Brazilian steakhouse

539 N. Dearborn St.

Chicago, iL 60654........................ 312-595-9000

www.brazzaz.com

Capital Grille, the

633 N. St. Clair St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-337-9400

Fax: 312-337-1701

E-mail: chicago@tcgdine.com

Ditka’s restaurant

100 E. Chestnut St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-587-8989

E-mail: heatheri@mikeditkaschicago.com

www.mikeditkaschicago.com

Fox & obel Food Market

455 E. illinois St., Suite 472

Chicago, iL 60611 ........................... 312-41-7301

Fax: 312-410-7305

E-mail: lnash@fox-obel.com

FreshBerry Chicago

211 E. Ontario

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-475-5831

E-mail: david.droeger@gmail.com

www.freshberry.net

kamehachi of tokyo

240 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-587-0600

Fax: 312-587-8374

E-mail: SharonPerazzoli@yahoo.com

www.kamehachi.com

les nomades

222 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-649-9010

Fax: 312-649-0608

E-mails: mBLiccioni@yahoo.com

& Nomads222@hotmail.com

www.lesnomades.net

Markethouse restaurant

611 N. Fairbanks Ct.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-224-2200

www.markethousechicago.com

McCormick & schmick’s

333 E. Ontario St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-280-6877

www.mccormickandschmicks.com

Mid-America Club

200 E. randolph St.

Chicago, iL 60601 ......................... 312-861-1100

Fax: 312-861-1780

E-mail: laurenhigbee@ourclub.com

P.J. Clark’s restaurant

302 E. illinois

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-203-6463

Fax: 312-664-9329

E-mail: Aensenberger@pjschicago.com

mEmBErS DirECTOry

Potash Brothers supermarket

875 N. State St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-266-4200

Fax: 312-266-7875

E-mail: art_potash@potashbros.com

Premium Espresso lavazza

545 E. Algonquin rd., Suite A

Arlington Heights, iL 60005 ........... 847-545-1900

salute Wine Bar

46 E. Superior St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-664-0100

www.salutewinebar.com

stetson’s Chop House

151 E. Wacker Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-239-4491

t.G.i. Fridays

153 E Erie St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-664-9820

www.tgifridays.com

theory

9 W. Hubbard St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-644-0004

E-mail: joel@theorychicago.com

www.theorychicago.com

timothy o’tooles

622 North Fairbanks Ct.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-642-0700

www.timothyotooles.com

Weber Grill restaurant

539 N. State St.

Chicago, iL 60654 ......................... 312-467-0574

E-mail: brice@weberstephen.com

www.weberstephen.com

Yolk

355 E. Ohio St.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-822-9655

E-mail: yolkchicago@gmail.com

Advertise your business with a Streeterville banner!

Currently there are over 75 banners in the Streeterville

neighborhood. The banners are approximately 30” by 72”

in size and will be placed around the district for a twelve

month period, with an option to renew at the end of twelve

months. If you choose to sponsor a banner, the name

and logo of your company will be displayed on 1/4 of

the banner on both sides, as shown in the image.

For more information, please contact the Chamber at

(312) 664-2560 or e-mail: info@streetervillechamber.org.

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mEmBErS DirECTOry

sHoPPinG & sPECiAltY rEtAil

900 shops, the

900 N. michigan Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-915-3923

Fax: 312-915-3911

E-mail: rodriguc@urbanretail.com

www.shop900.com

American Girl Place

835 N. michigan Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-288-2781

Fax: 312-640-0461

www.americangirl.com

nordstrom

55 E. Grand Ave.

Chicago, iL 60611 ................312-464-1515 #1990

Fax: 312-379-4343

E-mail: mimi.f.driscoll.@nordstrom.com

www.nordstrom.com

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streeterville Ace Hardware

680 N. Lake Shore Dr.

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-266-6600

Fax: 312-266-6260

E-mail: melissa@gordonsace.com

www.acehardware.com/home/index.jsp

Water tower Place

845 N. michigan Ave., Suite 987W

Chicago, iL 60611 ......................... 312-654-9688

E-mail: katie.lindsay@ggp.com

strEEtErVillE CHAMBEr oF CoMMErCE

312-664-2560

www.streetervillechamber.org

CALL TODAy TO BECOmE A mEmBEr!

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