3750 North Lake Shore Drive: Robert De Golyer’s Light-Filled, Lakefront Classic

By Sally A. Kitt Chappell, PhD. Hailed as the “largest and finest apartment building in Chicago” by the Chicago Tribune in 1926, 3750 North Lake Shore Drive exemplifies the skill of architect Robert Seeley De Golyer. De Golyer was one of the most prolific designers of the 1920s, one of Chicago’s greatest building periods.  He… Read more »

  • Lincoln Park Just Steps Away

    The proper name may be Waveland Park, but most people just consider it an extension of Lincoln Park. Not matter what you call it, a nine hole golf course, 18 free tennis courts, jogging paths, play ground… all are just a pleasant walk from your apartment!

  • Modern Amenities

    A well-equipped workout facility and heated indoor pool mean you can drop your gym membership and ride the elevator to your fitness regime.

  • Inner Peace, Close to the Action Downtown

    Quiet comfort, old world warmth and a civilized atmosphere uncommon in today’s world provide a respite from the chaos around us.

  • Comfortable, Spacious, Refined

    Graceful floor plans are made for entertaining friends and family.

  • Welcome home!

    An attentive staff dedicated to your needs and the 24/7 doorman at the main Lake Shore Drive entrance makes you feel welcome and secure when you come home.

  • Vintage Elegance Overlooking Lake Michigan

    Built in 1926, 3750 North Lake Shore affords unobstructed lake and downtown views from many of its spacious apartments. Renowned architect, Robert Seeley De Golyer took advantage of the city’s new zoning code to design larger apartments than were possible before with terrific natural light and high end features.