How to get to Lakeshore East in Chicago by Bus, Chicago 'L' or Train?

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Directions to Lakeshore East (Chicago) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Lakeshore East - Bus: 60; Train: METRA ELECTRIC DISTRICT, MILWAUKEE DISTRICT NORTH, UNION PACIFIC NORTH; Chicago 'L': BROWN LINE, GREEN LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE.

How to get to Lakeshore East by Chicago 'L'?

Click on the Chicago 'L' route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules.

From CTA - 69th, Chicago 42 min
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Chicago 'L' - RED LINE
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From Jewel-Osco, Chicago 85 min
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Chicago 'L' - BROWN LINE
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From Fireside Restaurant & Lounge, Chicago 63 min
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Chicago 'L' - RED LINE
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From CTA - Halsted, Chicago 33 min
Chicago 'L' - ORANGE LINE
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From Starbucks, Chicago 85 min
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Chicago 'L' - GREEN LINE
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Questions & Answers

What are the closest stations to Lakeshore East?

The closest stations to Lakeshore East are:

  • Harbor Drive & Randolph (North) is 65 yards away, 1 min walk.
  • Randolph & Field Blvd (West) is 179 yards away, 3 min walk.
  • Randolph & Field Blvd (East) is 248 yards away, 4 min walk.
  • Randolph & Columbus (West) is 471 yards away, 6 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Lakeshore East?

These Bus lines stop near Lakeshore East: 60.

Which Train lines stop near Lakeshore East?

These Train lines stop near Lakeshore East: METRA ELECTRIC DISTRICT, MILWAUKEE DISTRICT NORTH, UNION PACIFIC NORTH.

Which Chicago 'L' lines stop near Lakeshore East?

These Chicago 'L' lines stop near Lakeshore East: BROWN LINE, GREEN LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE.

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You can get to Lakeshore East by Bus, Chicago 'L' or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 60; Train: METRA ELECTRIC DISTRICT, MILWAUKEE DISTRICT NORTH, UNION PACIFIC NORTH; Chicago 'L': BROWN LINE, GREEN LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE.

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Lakeshore East, Chicago
Lakeshore East, Chicago Lakeshore East is a master-planned mixed use urban development being built by the Magellan Development Group in the Loop community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It is located in the northeastern part of the Loop, which, along with Illinois Center, is called the New Eastside. The development is bordered by Wacker Drive to the north, Columbus Drive to the west, Lake Shore Drive to the east, and East Randolph Street to the south. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill created the master plan for the area. The development, which had been scheduled for completion in 2011, was set for completion in 2013 by 2008. Development continued with revised plans for more buildings in 2018 and continuing construction of the Vista Tower in 2019. Although the majority of the buildings in the neighborhood will be 21st century constructions resulting from the master plan, some of the current buildings were built as early as the 1960s and 1970s decades. Thus, the term "Lakeshore East" refers only to the components of the new master plan, while the term New Eastside refers to the greater neighborhood surrounding Lakeshore East that extends westward to Michigan Avenue. In the 1960s, Illinois Center near Michigan Avenue was developed. There is little formal distinction between buildings in the masterplan and other buildings in the neighborhood because the pre-existing buildings are referred to as being located in the Lakeshore East area.Lakeshore East features several of the tallest buildings in Chicago and may include a few of the tallest buildings in the United States. The overall planned development, the park, and several of the individual buildings have won awards for architecture and/or urban planning. The buildings are planned for various types of residential use (condominiums, apartments, or hotels). Due to the neighborhood's proximity to both Lake Michigan to the east and the Chicago River to the north, many of the buildings are named with aquatic or nautical themes. As of August 2008, 1,500 condominiums have been sold and 1,200 apartments have been completed.
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