Located in the heart of Chicago’s Loop, Block 37 is a five-level lifestyle center surrounded by the city’s best attractions. Walk down the block to Millennium Park or watch the river flow by as you stroll down the riverwalk at sunset.
Block 37 harbors premier city entertainment in the form of movie theaters, art galleries, and opera houses. Feel inspired as you visit the Art Institute of Chicago before you arrive at the famous Chicago Theater for the night’s show—and don’t forget to take a selfie. Whatever you choose to do, you can do it at Block 37.
There are several ways you can enter Block 37. If you’re train-savvy, you can take the Brown or Blue CTA lines to Clark and Lake or Harold Washington Library-State/Van Buren. If you’re driving, you can find access to the parking facilities between Washington and Randolph Streets.
You know you’re getting close to Block 37 if you spot the Magnolia Bakery, the Dearborn, the Walnut Room, or Petterino’s. These are all key restaurants located within the Block 37 area. We recommend grabbing a cupcake and a cocktail while you’re exploring the block.
Block 37 Parking
If you’re maneuvering the streets of Chicago by car, then you’ll quickly find that parking spaces are limited. Luckily, Block 37 parking garage is accessible between the streets of Wabash and Randolph. Put 60 East Lake Street into your GPS, park your car in the self-parking garage, and go. You can also park in the South Loop if you love taking longer walks in the city.
Block 37 is a vibrant downtown must-see for visitors and locals alike. See the sights with the help of General Parking. Visit our website, or contact us for more information regarding city parking and nearby parking garages.