Eastgate Village

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Eastgate Village, everything you love about living in the City with easy access to the downtown Chicago. The lakefront is less than a half mile from this perfect and esthetically rich location.  If you like bike riding try the beautiful Chicago Lakefront or maybe biking to work downtown Chicago in about 15 minutes. Take the family to nearby museums such as the, Art Institute, Field Museum , or McCormick Place just North of Eastgate in walking distance. Lay under the stars a warm summers night and enjoy the night life at a Millennium Park concert or take-in a musical in the nearby theater district in the Loop. Enjoy some of the many ethnic clubs and local dining eateries in the neighborhood as part of South Loop. There is literally no way to run out of things to do living so close to downtown Chicago with commuter expressways as a hub to any part of the City, North, South, East, or West.

Eastgate Village was planned as a truly a multi cultural community of people. Which means there is a home floorplan for everyone.  Seniors will enjoy this location because its conveniently set next to Mercy Hospital that has a well rounded medical staff. All will find a wonderful selection of homes of every shape, fits every budget, including town homes, duplex's and walk-up condominiums. Eastgate has its own private streets, which limits parking to only its residents and their guests.

The calendar listed below shows important dates such as scheduled meetings.  If you point at the highlighted date in red with the mouse a topic will appear, additional details can be learned by clicking on the highlighted date such as time and date of meeting to include the location. All are welcome to attend the meeting and meet your neighbors. (You will need adobe flash to view the calendar goto: download)

   

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"I work and live in the city the location is perfect for easy access to downtown and expressways throughout Chicago. "

-- S. Doss, US

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