The condominiums at 1802 S. State are surrounded by amazing shopping, restaurants and local attractions of the South Loop, Pilsen, and Chinatown neighborhoods. Dine at Tapas Valencia, Acadia, S.K.Y., Honky Tonky BBQ, Dusek's, DeColores, Cai & Phoenix to name a few. Celebrate the Chinese New Year in style, peruse the National Museum of Mexican Art, or take in a concert at Northerly Island or Thalia Hall.

The lakefront trail is just down the street, providing easy access to Museum Campus, Soldier Field, Navy Pier, Grant Park, The Art Institute of Chicago, and all of Downtown Chicago.
1802 S. State is within a short walk to the Green Line "L", the Red Line "L'", and the 18th St Metra station. It is also only minutes from I-90, I-55, I-290, and Lake Shore Drive.

1802 S. State Street


1802 S. State Street
Chicago, Illinois

Velvet Lounge Chicago

Moody cocktail lounge with velvet details, serving custom cocktails & hosting DJs & TV sports.

Dolo Restaurant and Bar

Chinese cuisine, including dim sum, served in a stylish setting with a full bar & modern decor.

Lawrence's Fish and Shrimp

Long-running, family-owned eatery serving deep-fried seafood & chicken 24/7 in a low-key setting.

MingHin Cuisine

A Cantonese menu of dim sum, hot pots & seafood, plus cocktails, presented in a modern space.


Pan-Asian kitchen featuring a massive menu of noodle & rice dishes served up in ample portions.

Lee Wing Wah

No-frills Chinatown spot with a Cantonese-focused menu that's also budget-friendly.


A menu of rarities, seafood-leaning dishes & dim sum amid sparkling chandeliers & seafood tanks.

Kung Fu Tea

Bubble tea specialist with a selection of other hot & cold drinks, including coffee & slushes.

Ken Kee Restaurant

Simple, compact cafe-style space for classic Chinese noodles, soups & more, plus bubble teas.

Moon Palace Restaurant

Extensive Chinese menu focused on Shanghai specialties like Peking duck plus a full bar.

Strings Ramen Shop

A variety of ramen soups plus rice bowls & snacks served in low-key, stylish digs with a patio.

Three Happiness Restaurant

This small eatery with a dim sum steam cart & traditional Cantonese dishes gets busy on weekends.

Reggies Chicago

No-frills venue for hearing up-and-coming acts plus a wide pub grub menu & loads of beers.

Opart Thai House Restaurant

Casual Thai spot with a large menu of faves including pad Thai & curries in a sleek, warm space.

Chicago Oyster House

Raw fish specialist featuring oysters, sushi & seafood mains in an airy space with modern flair.

La Cantina

Small, casual cantina serving Mexican faves & fruit-flavored margaritas in a terra-cotta space.

The Spoke & Bird

Cozy cafe serving American bistro fare from morning on in a rustic-chic space with a beer garden.


Sports bar with a modern look offering American eats like pizza & burgers plus drink specials & TVs.

South Coast Sushi

Innovative signature sushi & other Japanese-inspired creations in modern environs.


An airy, upscale restaurant serving seasonal New American dishes inspired by coastal Maine.

Overflow Coffee Bar

Coffeehouse serving organic coffee, pastries & sandwiches with proceeds benefiting charities.

Tapas Valencia

Large Spanish restaurant with extensive tapas menu & several kinds of paella, plus sangia & a patio.

M Lounge

Candlelit jazz lounge featuring a lengthy martini list & luxe leather & suede seating.

Weather Mark Tavern

Nautical-themed tavern with a full menu including burgers, sandwiches, salads & more.

Vice District Brewing Company

Microbrewery with a sizable bar for sampling house suds plus food trucks nearby.

Glessner House Museum

Docent-led tours of a landmark 19th-century house & Chicago's oldest building.

Clarke House Museum

This middle-class Greek Revival structure, built in 1836, is Chicago's oldest surviving home.

Chinatown Branch, Chicago Public Library

Chinatown Branch, Chicago Public Library

Chinese American Museum of Chicago

Exhibits, collections & research promoting history & culture of Chinese-Americans in the Midwest.