As Chicago's hub for finance, transportation, government, retail, tourism and culture, the Loop is the city center and the point from which all other destinations in Chicago are measured. The city's most recognizable landmark (the Sears Tower) is located in this section of town, as is the Art Institute of Chicago and the Chicago Board of Trade. Despite its density and towering skyscrapers, Loop residents have plenty of open air and outdoor space at Millennium Park. Occupying a nearly 25-acre plot of land, the park is a great spot to stroll through gardens, have a picnic on the grass, see live concerts and enjoy a breathtaking view of the city skyline. Heading back into the midst of high-rises and busy avenues, the Loop boasts the best theater district and the second best shopping scene (it's hard to beat the Magnificent Mile) in Chicago. The dining options are nothing to scoff at either with coffee shops and delis on almost every corner and an impressive roster of acclaimed restaurants to its name. The Loop is where the energy of downtown excitement merges with the spirit of urban living. Not just a commuter spot for Chicago workers anymore, the Loop is a bona fide residential neighborhood with thousands of condos and lofts mixed in among the office buildings and hotels.
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