Furnished Apartments in Lakeview

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Lakeview or Lake View is one of Chicago’s 77 community zones in the State of Illinois towards the northern part of the city. It adjoins the West Diversey Parkway, West Irving Park Road, Lake Michigan and North Ravenswood Avenue and the Uptown community area. It is the biggest Chicago community by way of its population. There is a sizable demand for furnished apartments in Lakeview on account of its highly strategic location.

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Each one of our furnished apartments in Lakeview comes with top-notch amenities for guests including well-equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi, comfortable beds and a lot more. 

Where to Stay in Lakeview Chicago

Lakeview Chicago has several localities that are highly preferred by travelers including the Southport Corridor, Wrigleyville, Northhalsted, Sheridan Station Lakeview East falls within the Greater Lakeview zone, expanding earlier to encompass the Central Lakeview zone that houses Wrigley Field.

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Facts about Lakeview

Lakeview was once a camp and trail pathway for the Ottawa, Miami and Winnebago tribes of Native America.

Here are some interesting facts worth knowing about Lakeview, Chicago:

  • The first known settler here was Conrad Sulzer from Winterthur, Zurich, Switzerland, in 1837. 
  • One of the area’s first permanent establishments was established by Elisha Hundley and James Rees in 1853 near the current West Byron Street and North Lake Shore Drive intersection. It was named Hotel Lakeview. 
  • Lakeview witnessed large-scale migration by farming communities from Luxembourg, Germany and Sweden. 
  • Lakeview was an integrated civil township in Illinois with its charter granted independently of adjoining Chicago, courtesy of the Illinois General Assembly. The first township election took place in 1857. 
  • The current intersection of North Broadway, West Diversey Parkway and North Clark Street once housed Camp Fry at the time of the Civil War. 
  • Notable residents of Lakeview include Charlie Chaplin who lived while filming movies in 1915 with Essanay Studios, at the Brewster Apartments and also Lucy Flower, the noted social reformer who played a vital role in setting up the juvenile court infrastructure in Cook County. Flower lived at 1920 W. Wellington here. 
  • Other notable residents include Pearl M. Hart, the famous Chicago criminal defence attorney who courageously represented several juveniles and LGBT+ clients along with John Peter Altgeld, the 20th Illinois Governor and well-known politician who also lived at Brewster Apartments. 

Weather in Lakeview

Lakeview Chicago witnesses humid, warm and wet summers along with windy and freezing winters in turn. It remains slightly cloudy throughout the year. The temperatures usually hover between 22 and 83 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year while the maximum and minimum thresholds are usually 91 and 5 degrees Fahrenheit respectively.

The best time of the year to visit Lakeview Chicago for enjoying the warm weather and outdoor activities is between mid-June and mid-September. This is when you can enjoy the plethora of tourist attractions and other landmarks in the area.