Here's a look at the 330 upscale apartments available at the recently renovated landmark building in Hyde Park.
Hyde Park’s newest apartment building rehab, the revamped University of Chicago dormitory Shoreland Hall, now known as the Shoreland Apartments, 5454 S. Shore Dr., has been open for a month.
HYDE PARK — For the first time in more than 40 years, you don’t have to be enrolled at the University of Chicago to prowl the hallways of the historic Shoreland Hotel.
Matt Womack loved the Lake Michigan views, granite counters and stainless-steel appliances at the Shoreland, a sprawling, roaring '20s-era hotel in Hyde Park that's been converted to high-end apartments. But what stopped him in his tracks was the Internet connection.
When residents begin moving into The Shoreland this September, they will have the fastest Internet service in any rental apartment in Chicago.
HYDE PARK — A faded 88-year-old hotel on the south lakeshore is being retfitted with modern amenities, including the city's fastest broadband Internet service.
Shoreland will have the first apartments in Chicago with internet speed up to 1000Mbps.
After years of renovation, the Shoreland, a former University dorm, is reopening as a high-rise apartment this fall. The 13-story building will contain 330 apartments.
Formerly a campus landmark and a thriving dormitory, the Shoreland now stands vacant on the coast of Lake Michigan, as if washed up.
The Shoreland Hotel, completed in 1926 on the lakefront in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, stands as one of the city’s largest and most prominent early-twentieth-century apartment hotels.
Once a destination for Chicago's elite and infamous, and the place to stay for some of the country's most celebrated figures, the Shoreland Hotel soon will be partially restored to its original glamour.