About Block Thirty Seven
Block Thirty Seven is a modern shopping, dining, and entertainment destination in the heart of the Loop. Bordered by State, Randolph, Dearborn, and Washington streets, it encompasses an entire city block in Chicago's downtown neighborhood. Block Thirty Seven features contemporary fashion and beauty brands, boutique cafes and eateries, and essential conveniences within a five-story atrium.
The center has direct access to Chicago's Pedway as well as the CTA Red Line and Blue Line. A luxury residential component and hotel are in the early planning stages.
Taking its name from one of the original 58 city blocks established in 1830, Block Thirty Seven was there at Chicago's birth. For nearly a century, Block Thirty Seven was at the forefront of every major historic market trend. Following the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the city's early office buildings, the first skyscrapers of the 1890s, and the supermarkets of the 1930s were all built on this site. It served as an important social space for the neighborhood, one that epitomized the forward-looking growth of the city.
Today, Block Thirty Seven continues in this tradition. Bringing together the perfect mix of shopping, dining, and entertainment, it offers locals a stylish retreat in the heart of downtown Chicago.