Surrounded by culture

Welcome to the South Loop of Chicago. It is a city and neighborhood that works hard to instill devotion. Beneath its broad shoulders beats a collective heart filled with competitive spirit, a passion for expression, and a genuine openness and warmth. Like many great cities, Chicago started with practical geographic advantages but has evolved into so much more.

Start with its skyline. If architecture is, as Goethe said, “frozen music,” then Chicago is a symphony filled with many high notes and stirring movements, and Marquee at Block 37 is surrounded by each beat of brilliance.

Chicago is also home to powerhouse acting with at least 200 troupes and counting, and with the Theatre District outside its door, Marquee at Block 37 is the ticket for anyone seeking memorable and entertaining performances. Everything from the latest Hollywood blockbusters to trailblazing work by independent filmmakers shows at the 11-screen dine-in movie theater located in the Block 37 mall and the nearby Gene Siskel Film Center, respectively.

With a collection of 300,000 artworks and artifacts, the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing can fill days with wonder while offering gorgeous views of Millennium Park. Other nearby notable cultural attractions include Lyric Opera, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the Chicago Cultural Center.

CVS

CVS

Kramer’s Health Foods

Kramer’s Health Foods

Mariano’s

Mariano’s

Starbucks

Starbucks

Target

Target

Walgreens

Walgreens

Whole Foods

Whole Foods

Cindy’s

Cindy’s

Prime and Provisions

Prime and Provisions

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s The Steakhouse

The Gage

The Gage

Acanto

Acanto

Tavern at the Park

Tavern at the Park

Wildberry Pancakes & Café

Wildberry Pancakes & Café

Park Grill

Park Grill

Remington’s

Remington’s

Petterino’s 

Petterino’s 

Shake Shack

Shake Shack

Seven Lions

Seven Lions

Beef and Brandy

Beef and Brandy

Italian Village

Italian Village

Everest

Everest

Sixteen

Sixteen

Siena Tavern

Siena Tavern

RPM Steak

RPM Steak

RPM Italian

RPM Italian

Topolobampo

Topolobampo

Bavette's

Bavette's

The Purple Pig

The Purple Pig

Bub City

Bub City

Chicago Cut Steakhouse

Chicago Cut Steakhouse

Girl & the Goat

Girl & the Goat

Avec

Avec

Blackbird

Blackbird

Bar Siena

Bar Siena

Parlor Pizza Bar

Parlor Pizza Bar

Art Institute of Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Gene Siskel Film Center

Gene Siskel Film Center

Lyric Opera

Lyric Opera

Cadillac Palace Theatre

Cadillac Palace Theatre

Oriental Theatre

Oriental Theatre

The Goodman Theatre

The Goodman Theatre

Chicago Theatre

Chicago Theatre

Wabash Arts Corridor

Wabash Arts Corridor

Joffrey Ballet

Joffrey Ballet

Divvy Bikes

Divvy Bikes

Millennium Station

Millennium Station

Ogilvie Center

Ogilvie Center

Union Station

Union Station

Maggie Daley Park

Maggie Daley Park

Millennium Park

Millennium Park

Lakefront Trail

Lakefront Trail

Chicago Riverwalk

Chicago Riverwalk

Monroe Harbor

Monroe Harbor

Grant Park

Grant Park

GT Fish & Oyster

GT Fish & Oyster

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Block 37
  • Marquee at Block 37
  • CTA Red and Blue Line
  • Latinicity
  • AMC Theater
  • Zara

Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University

Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University

Intelligentsia Coffee

Intelligentsia Coffee

Chicago Cultural Center

Chicago Cultural Center

Sunda

Sunda

Trattoria 10

Trattoria 10

BLOCK 37

Block 37 takes its iconic name from being one of the original fifty-eight city blocks established by Chicago in 1830.

Today, Block 37 is an urban shopping, dining and entertainment destination, conveniently situated over an entire block in the heart of Chicago’s Loop, the downtown district famous for its beautiful architecture and historical relevance.

Structured around a 5-story atrium, Block 37 is home to an ample selection of the best fashion and beauty brands, while also hosting a list of cafés, boutiques, an 11-screen AMC movie theater, Latinicity, and other essential conveniences.

Bordered by State, Randolph, Dearborn, and Washington streets, Block 37 is now at the epicenter of Chicago’s pedestrian revival. Block 37 features direct access to Chicago’s Pedway, the CTA Red Line and Blue Line.

City in a garden

With 570 parks, Chicago seeks to fulfill its motto, Urbs in horto (“City in a garden”), and Marquee at Block 37 is within easy walking distance of the most captivating of them.

Two blocks east lies Millennium Park, home to Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate (a.k.a. “the Bean”), Pritzker Pavilion and Lurie Garden, a landscaped respite for urban dwellers and visitors alike. Further east and south, Maggie Daley Park and Grant Park offer a mix of outdoor activities throughout the year, including tennis, climbing walls, ice skating, and more.

Two blocks north, Chicago’s Riverwalk connects to the Lakefront Trail, an 18.5-mile park that stretches along Lake Michigan, east of Lake Shore Drive. Once there, head north to reach Navy Pier, Olive Park and the beaches at Oak Street and North Avenue, or travel south to Monroe Harbor and the Museum Campus, featuring the Field Museum of Natural History, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium.

Chicago… the most beautiful great
city in the world.

– FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

GET CONNECTED TO CHICAGO’S HEART

Register today for more information or to schedule a visit to our Leasing Center located at 25 West Randolph Street. We are open 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sundays.


MARQUEE AT BLOCK 37

is located in the heart of Chicago’s Loop.