Our Lakefront Senior Living Community
Meet Hyde Park
In Chicago, lakefront senior living has always had an enviable cachet—a distinction that certainly extends to Montgomery Place.
To the east, the natural beauty of Lake Michigan frames South Shore Drive, your express route to Chicago’s cultural gems and commercial attractions. To the west lies the University of Chicago, a stellar hub for the arts and sciences, where many residents have deep roots.
The university’s campus extends to include UChicago Medicine, which includes the University of Chicago Hospital, as well as the Pritzker School of Medicine. Not incidentally, the university’s scientific breakthroughs have garnered nearly a dozen Nobel Prizes.
In addition to the University of Chicago, the historic neighborhood of Hyde Park—site of not one but two World’s Fairs—also is the proposed site for the Barack Obama Presidential Center.
But Hyde Park is more than a collection of university and medical center, museums and concerts. It is a compact and richly woven community, easy to navigate on foot or by car, with a burgeoning restaurant scene and a bevy of bookstores among its architectural mix of modernism and celebrated neo-Gothic construction.
One of Chicago’s classic neighborhoods, Hyde Park fully embraces Montgomery Place—and vice versa.