5 mentions in Where can I go shopping?
Kristen C. said, "...neimans, macys, lord and taylor, and just about any other store you can think of in 900 N Michigan Ave and Water Tower Place. If you want more "cute boutique" type shops I'd go to Armitage and Halstead. There are great stores..." See More
Julianne M. said, "... The Water Tower Place is a cool mall - check it out! There are also a ton of stores on State Street and Michigan Avenue :) idk of any outlet malls very close... Gurnee Mills Mall is a popular outlet mall but it's not..." See More
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Melissa C. said, "...Hi Eva! If you have never been to Chicago before, you should go to Water Tower Place for shopping and all along Michigan Avenue in the downtown area. If you want more indie or boutique type stores, you can try Division St in..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...British import and my slightly older than you niece loves stopping at Lush which has an outlet in the Macy's at Water Tower Place. Wicker Park is a young neighborhood with some funky shops and fun restaurants including Bongo Room..." See More
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1 mention in Chicago recommendations for brief business trip?
Kristi D. said, "...wouldn't take someone there unless they insisted. Definitely go for a walk along Michigan Avenue, there's some great architecture including the Water Tower Place and the Pumping Station: One, the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, the Tribune Tower which has rocks from all over..." See More
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